Home Repairs in College Park


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  • District True Value Hardware
    The Bike Shop's grease-slicked, tight-shorted technicians will tinker, tighten, and lube your bike up, down, inside, and around. Your tune-up includes service and adjustment for front and rear brakes, drive trains, wheel bearings, and truing (excludes spoke replacement or rim-wall correction), filling and topping-off of air and fluids, and a complete safety check followed by road testing if the weather is cooperating. It does not include parts. Additional charges may apply for hydraulic brakes.
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    1108 24th St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • McCormick Paints
    As a regional manufacturer distributing products within a 500-mile radius, McCormick Paints takes a leadership position in truly green manufacturing and distribution by reducing energy, fuel and emissions in the delivery of products to the marketplace. McCormick Paints operates 24 retail store locations.
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    3124 Mount Pleasant St
    Washington, DC US
  • Frager's Hardware
    Every decent neighborhood needs three things: a good school, a mailman that barks back when dogs say hello, and a good hardware store to meet your indoor and outdoor needs. Frager's Hardware has served as the last of those on Capitol Hill since 1920. Frager's Lawn & Garden Center has helped their neighbors' outdoor foliage thrive as well, providing sound advice for year-round garden maintenance.
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    1115 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Ace Hardware
    Providing an arsenal of home-improvement tools and services, Ace Hardware arms handypersons in the war against home repairs and DIY projects. Potting soil (up to $12) gives flowers a healthy foundation in which to grow up, learn to read, and run for mayor. Uncouth kitchen floors can find refinement with BonaKemi floor cleaner ($9+), and leaky pipes can cease their hydro hemorrhaging with a Dogbone swiveling wrench set ($19.99). Provide residential access to old friends, new family members, and trustworthy street magicians with duplicate keys ($1.99), allowing them to come, go, and admire your new grill tool set ($34) at their leisure.
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    10310B Main St
    Fairfax, VA US
  • Long Fence and Home
    When Bob Long returned to Washington, DC, from service with the Merchant Marines in 1948, he immediately set to work building fences at his father’s modest business. The duo operated out of a permanently parked city bus, taking on clients through the years and building a reputation that eventually outgrew their makeshift office. After purchasing the company from his father in 1960, Bob recast Long Fence and Home as a complete provider of household upgrades, from window replacements to full kitchen remodels. Under Bob's leadership, the company continued to stay ahead of technology and homeowners’ demands, adding solar-energy conversions to a lengthy list of services that already included siding, insulation, gutters, and doors. Though Bob's daughter, Jill, currently operates the company with her husband, John DePaola, the two stay true to Bob's vision by constantly seeking out new ways to make homes and bat caves more energy-efficient.
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    10236 Southard Dr
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Brothers Sew and Vac Center
    • For $12, you get $25 worth of vacuum bags, belts, and filters. • For $25, you get $60 worth of vacuum-cleaner or sewing-machine services and repairs.
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    10153 New Hampshire Ave
    Silver Spring, MD US
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