Bathtub Refinishing Washington DC
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Size: 68.3 sq miles
Time Zone: EST (UTC -5)
Temperature averages: 35° F winter, 80° F summer
Rainiest month (on average): May
Did You Know?
The Washington Monument is DC’s largest building – it’s roughly a tenth of a mile high.
The “DC” in Washington DC stands for “District of Columbia”. The phrase “taxation without representation”, often heard here, is based on the fact that DC, not being a state, doesn’t have any representation in Congress.
Washington was ranked the #1 Most Walkable City in the U.S. by The Brookings Institution in 2007.
Carl Bernstein author, journalist
Pat Buchanan political commentator
Connie Chung television anchor
Adrian Dantley nba basketball all-star
Benjamin Oliver Davis first african american general
John Edgar Hover first director of the fbi
Robert H. McNeil photographer
Jelly Roll Morton musician
Majorie Kinnan Rawlings author, pulitzer prize winner
Petros “Pete” Sampras tennis player
John Philip Sousa band leader
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I scheduled my job with Tom who was a former army man. Since my dad was in the military he made sure I got a full military discount. I researched 3 different companies and found this to be the one that was less expensive but not only that THEY SUPPORTED THE US TROOPS. Tom didn't bad mouth any one he merely justified the quality of his product and what to beware of as far as lower grade products. Tom sent Adam N. (a former coast guard man). He was very polite, clean cut and a great representative of Eastern Refinishing. Adam's workmanship was incredible. He was nice and neat and didn't leave a mess behind. His apt. time was a 10:00 and he came at 9:30 with a great attitude and ready to work. You could tell that Adam love his job just by the quality of work he does. I would highly recommend Eastern Refinishing to everyone. Thanks, Laura