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Erin McDonald
2 days ago • Pinehurst
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We have a 1943 house and NONE of the doors close properly :( We have got a few quotes that seem way high. Hoping for a new front door with a storm ...
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1 day ago
Anthony Bontrager I don't have a recommendation per se, but just had a French and double entry door install done (or still waiting to be done) by Home Depot and I would recommend NOT using them. Terrible mfg. partners and installation vendors. Just a PSA for the community.
Amy Woidtke Declan at D Noble Construction could do this. They are fantastic craftsmen. Tell him I sent you!
dnobleconstruction.com
Robin Warren Homeworks by Kelly is a good option for smaller projects like this.
Kristen Cole
2 days ago • Central District
New
My mom just moved here and needs a whole new set of medical professionals. Looking for a doctor, cardiologist and dentist that are great with 77+ y...
2 replies
2 days ago
Liz Pearce @LCM (fellow Cap Hill mom) could be a great option for a physician - I know she has a lot of senior patients. (Linda, correct me if I'm wrong :)
Liz Pearce Also @sdossick just recommended a dentist this morning (Dr. Richard Stickney) that sounds great!
MaryHeather Lines
2 days ago • Kirkland
New
Does anyone know a travel agent that does Private Jet Charters? Or a private jet company with a fairly large fleet in Seattle area?
2 replies
2 days ago
Devon Burns TCS World Travel is based in Seattle, they can create custom travel itineraries with private jet charters.
Paula Jan Tawney Hi, Madison is one of my connections on LinkedIn. Maddison Gerhardt Maddison@aircharterservice.com 310.205.8959. Netjets has a hub at Boeing Field, and I have flown with them and they are a good company. netjets.com/en-us.
Amy Pennington
3 days ago • Queen Anne
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HI! Does anyone know of anyone that is experienced with litigation regarding mold? Looking for consultation and potential representation wherein a ...
6 replies
2 days ago
Amy Pennington Yeah, tried them - THANK YOU
Nathan Hoerschelmann Amy, I’m happy to talk with you as well, if interested. All the best.
Amy Pennington I will reach out, Nathan - THANK YOU
Ryan Bruss
3 days ago • Redmond
New
During hard rains water pools up in front of our garage. There's a drainage pipe that goes to the back of the house, but water just pools up there....
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1 day ago
Marston Gould Hey Ryan, I had much the same problem with our home when I first moved in. In fact, I probably have the exact same garage picture somewhere. What I would say about the garage drain is that these often get built without the appropriate slope to drive the water into a drain - and those drains almost always need to be cleaned even with a debris screen every year. For your gate area, someone needs to dig a trench, put in a pipe -at the right angle and either drain somewhere where it will naturally go to run off or into the sewer. I rented a ditch digger, dug a trench, bought PVC pipe that I drilled holes into (that was fun) and covered those with screens that I glued on and then covered with very lightweight landscape paper to reduce debris. I can say its a lot easier to do when its not raining. If you want to hire, look up drainage contractors.
Adrian Chu Try Wu Construction, they specialize in drainage and foundation work.

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