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A majority of our work was custom renovations and improving upon existing homes, rather than repairing or rebuilding. In 2007, our team took on the training and certifications necessary to become approved vendors for major home insurance providers across Centreville, Fairfax, and Northern Virginia. We combined our 18 years of custom remodeling expertise and combined it with our newly obtained Insurance Damage services.
Metropolitan Contractors is located at 3909 Railroad Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia. For over 20 years our company has grown and expanded our services to best serve home owner’s needs. We have repaired thousands of homes over the past two decades and are proud of our experienced team here at Metropolitan Contractors.
Regarding our conversation today, I failed to advise you of one key criteria which ultimately confirmed my choice of which firm would perform my 'build-out.' I had bids from several key players in the industry. Metropolitan had recently acquired key personnel as we discussed. I was not able to choose Metropolitan until I had called the references who had awarded similar work to Metropolitan. Each reference I spoke to confirmed while nothing is without adjustments, the work was done in a timely
Thank you for the excellent job Metropolitan Contractors, Inc. did recently in re-roofing the old Railroad Depot in Vienna. The personal attention Mr. Sparks paid to this job and his advice in correcting unforeseen conditions kept the work on schedule and resulted in a much better replacement roof in both function and appearance. Further, even with the additional materials and labor costs, Metropolitan's charge for the completed job was less than that quoted by two other roofing contractors.
We recently worked together on a very intricate project-The Chantilly Family Practice Center. Your company had several challenges to manage on this job: Completing a complicated two-phase tenant build-out in a short time frame Dealing with a shell condition building on a lower floor in the center of the building, necessitating 'future proofing' the adjacent spaces for future tenants to avoid disturbing the medical practice at a later date Dealing with many changes during the construction period