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At BDry we pride ourselves on providing our customers with honest answers when diagnosing their water intrusion or foundation problems. We perform free in-home inspections and after a thorough inspection and consultation, we’ll explain how BDry™ can help remedy the problem.
Whether it’s basement or crawlspace waterproofing or foundation repair services that we perform, you can rest assured that we’ll provide a reliable, lasting solution that’s backed by one of the best warranty in the industry. Give us a call today to get your home improvements started.
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Things To Do in Washington, DC
A slick, state-of-the-art movie experience awaits you when you ease into your lush, comfortable seat in one of Lows Georgetown's 14 sizable theaters. Excellent sound, digital projection and a great selection at the concession stand all equal a great time at the movies.
Theodore Roosevelt was one of our nation's most beloved Presidents, but he also was an avid outdoorsman and one of the first advocates of conservation. To honor his passion and concern for the outdoors, the Theodore Roosevelt Island Park was established to not only recognize the efforts of this very public figure, but to also provide a natural setting that Teddy himself would have been proud of. A statue of him with two fountains surrounded by columns rightfully acknowledges his efforts to preserve our natural resources. The park itself is 91 acres of natural beauty that is accessible by footbridge from the parking lot, off the north-bound land of the George Washington Memorial.
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 National Building Museum presents several fascinating exhibits that cover architecture, construction and engineering. And while several of the country's most famous structures are spotlighted, the actual museum building itself is an exhibit in its own right. This amazing venue features massive columns, a picturesque fountain and a highly decorated ceiling that reaches 15 stories upward. Several interactive exhibits are part of the many highlights, including temporary exhibits that focus on the development of ghettos, roads, factories, parks and more. If it was built, the chances are its story is within the walls of this incredible museum.