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Mosaic Tile

8400 Hilltop Rd Ste E
Fairfax, VA 22031 703-280-4300

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Where I wrote, Emily please correct that to Jenn Shook! Outstanding support!! - Apr 19, 2018

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Clawes Carpets

9541 Braddock Rd
Fairfax, VA 22032 703-978-2603

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I had flooring installed in my kitchen and utility room by Clawes Carpets.... - Aug 08, 2015

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Pieros Tile

Fairfax, VA 22032 703-426-8391

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Number disconnected - Sep 11, 2016

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AAZAR Floors

Fairfax, VA 22030 703-850-9080

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Building Solutions DC & R

Fairfax, VA 22032 703-400-9139

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I solicited Building Solutions, DCR, for a bid to do carpet installtion and... - Jul 06, 2012

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Carpet One of Chantilly

13063 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy Ste F
Fairfax, VA 22033 703-378-8700

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Carpet Yard

2811 Merrilee Dr #C
Fairfax, VA 22031 703-560-0666

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Century Bathrooms

11325 Lee Hwy
Fairfax, VA 22030 703-870-7730

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Century Bathrooms replaced existing bathroom, inlcuding new tile on floor and... - Jan 10, 2014

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Heigar Contracting

9927 Commonwealth Blvd
Fairfax, VA 22032 703-426-4062

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Heigar Contracting remodeled my master bathroom and laundry room. Gary and... - Jul 28, 2014

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I B Tile

2824 Dorr Ave
Fairfax, VA 22031 703-204-0094

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Great service; great installation! - Dec 01, 2013

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Michael Nash Custom Kitchens & Homes

8630 Lee Hwy Ste A
Fairfax, VA 22031 703-641-9800

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We wanted our tiles on one wall to be stacked so the grout lines lined up -... - Apr 01, 2017

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Silverline Tile and Stone

11302 Westbrook Mill Ln
Fairfax, VA 22030 703-598-4386

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I used this company after the remodeler declined to install the tile I purchased... - Nov 25, 2017

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Whether you need to cover a kitchen backsplash, redo the floor in your powder room, or pick finishes and materials for an entire house, tile is a big part of many remodeling projects. But walk into a tile showroom or home improvement store, and you may be overwhelmed with options. Cement or porcelain? White or off-white subway tiles? Glass tiles etched and painted with songbirds or a marble mosaic that looks straight out of Pompeii?

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