Home Repairs in Largo


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  • 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
  • Mc Cormick 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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    8801 Ashwood Dr
    Capitol Heights, MD US
  • Integrity Home Pro
    The Certified installers of Integrity Home Pro repair and replace parts, and leave pristine, made-over homes. From roof to door - with siding, windows, and indoor remodeling in between - team members help make homes better-looking, more energy-efficient, and even safer. Team members are proud of their extensive experience and high-quality materials and the commitment to integrity that drives their efforts.
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    2400 Kemp Way
    Bowie, MD US
  • USA Universal Remodeling Paint & Drywall Company
    With 30 years spent as general contractor, there’s little that Andre Cannon hasn’t seen. He and his crack team of handymen can tackle all manner of home-refurbishment projects, ranging from interior painting and carpentry to drywall repair and installation. Homeowners can also solicit a technician for more complicated tasks such as a kitchen renovation or squeezing an 8-foot sub into a fanny pack.
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    3540 Crain Hwy #428
    Bowie, MD US
  • Community Forklift
    Forgotten treasures step out of the shadows of antiquity at Community Forklift. A project of the Sustainable Community Initiatives nonprofit, the architectural-salvage shop raises money for community assistance like the Home Essentials Program and the Community Building Blocks Program. The funding comes from the sale of surplus building materials, salvaged lumber and fixtures from deconstructed homes, and used appliances. For those restoring an older home or with vintage tastes, the warehouse is packed with such finds as enameled cast-iron sinks, wainscoting from the late 1800s, and a steady stream of retro furniture from centuries past. Purchasing supplies here has plenty more benefits: it reduces construction-industry waste and makes home improvement more affordable. And if you're unsure how to get started on your own DIY projects, Community Forklift hosts lots of workshop on topics ranging from home carpentry to upcycling to beekeeping.
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    4671 Tanglewood Dr
    Hyattsville, MD US
  • Ground Up Home Solutions
    Established: 1989 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 15–20 people Average Duration of Services: 30 minutes or less
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    5302 E Court Dr
    Upper Marlboro, MD US
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