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Do you need foundation repair? Are your windows not opening and closing properly or maybe you are noticing cracks on your walls, well these are just some of the signs indicating you have a foundation problem. Indications of foundation issues may be seen both on the interior and exterior of your home.
As a homeowner, you should watch for symptoms that require the attention by a foundation repair expert. Sometimes these signs may go unnoticed because changes usually occur slowly. When in doubt, call an expert to assess your home’s foundation.
Your home is your biggest investment; always take care of small problems before they become bigger ones.
- Foundation Repair Services
- Free In-Home Inspections
- Foundation Crack Repair
- Highly Trained Consultants
- Repairing Unstable Foundation
- Foundation Underpinning
- Repairing Basement & Bowed Walls
- Carbon Fiber and Foundation Repair
- Rebuilding Eroded Walls
- Bowed & Slab Floor Repairs
- Unstable Chimney Repairs
Things To Do in Washington, DC
Habana Village is layers of fun...literally! This is an unbelievable four-story nightlife destination. Find your place on the floor to dance the salsa, merengue, tango or samba to add more than just a little spice to your evening. If you aren't quite sure of the steps, there are lessons available to help you find your groove. There isn't much time to be off your feet, but if you do need a bit of a breather, there are excellent lounges on the third and fourth floors that will revitalize your spirit. The specialty drink at Habana Village is the mojito, a tasty mix of rum, sugar and crushed mint leaves that will help you get dancing again, too.
The Veterans Day Ceremony held every November draws veterans in record numbers to solemnly commemorate their fallen comrades during this highly patriotic ceremony. The President is often in attendance as well as several other political and military leaders. The ceremony is held in the amphitheater built around the Tomb of the Unknowns. Among the highly emotional parts of the ceremony are musical tributes, keynote speeches and the laying of wreaths.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts can be considered the headquarters of stage performances in Washington, or even the whole country for that matter! The entertainment facility is immense as it sprawls out over 17 acres, overlooks the Potomac River and features six theaters that are always staging various productions like plays, operas, ballets and lots more. There are tours of the facility itself, as well as several exhibits and even an excellent concession area.
Referred to as "America's attic," the National Museum of American History offers an unprecedented collection of items that numbers to nearly three million entries. Everything from Dorothy's ruby red slippers, to one of the first Kermit the Frog puppets, to Julia Child's kitchen, to an astounding 34-foot Star Spangled Banner, are just a few of the numerous highlights. The kids will love the interactive displays, especially the ones that encourage invention and creativity.