Owner: Ira Crowe
Ira is a highly skilled artist and craftsman serving the DC Metro area area. He does remodeling and specializes in fine carpentry. Also from time to time his artwork can be seen at the various public art shows in local libraries and studios. Ira has just about every specialty tool made to shape and form wood and knows how to use them.
Jim the Handyman
Owners: Kelly and Lucas Layton
“No job too small” That is Jim’s approach. A former home improvement contractor, Jim saw the need for a handyman service in our No.Va. area and has grown into the most requested repair company in his region. He can do it all! From drywall repairs to electrical work to fine carpentry. If it’s broken he can fix it. Serving Springfield, Anandale, Burke, Mantua, Fairfax Station, King’s Park West, Kingstowne and Franconia.
Owner: Tom McMurray
A full service remodeling company. Additions, decks, kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Deal with one contractor for all your needs, including plumbing and electrical. Serving all of Northern Virginia. Tom majored in engineering and architecture and really knows his business.
Owner: Raymond Rochefort
Ray is another artist and craftsman that can do anything with wood, metal, plastic… the list goes on. From bathroom remodels to additions. Or from the ground up. He is probably the most knowledgable person I know in the construction industry. Centrally located in Arlington he services all of Northern Virginia.
Owner: Clayton Townsend
Sales and installations of complete Smart Home Systems. Also, sales and installations of Satellite and Cable TV systems. Residential and commercial. You have seen the satellite dishes atop some of the government buildings in our area. Chances are that Clayton installed and configured them. As well as thousands of home systems. If it has to do with broadcasting or networking then Clayton can do it. When the “other experts” can’t do it right then Townsend Industries gets the call.
An Iowa farm boy with an engineering degree, there’s practically nothing Clayton cannot do. He was rebuilding small engines and welding by the time he was 10 years old and before he was 16 he was operating heavy equipment and troubleshooting hydraulics. His motto is, “There is no problem I cannot solve.”