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  • Kitchen Remodeling

    Robs Jobs has been installing Beautiful
 Kitchens, Baths and Basements for too many years to count. Whether it 
is a "kitchen on a budget" that you are thinking about or a "full blown
work of art", we can do it all. Read More
  • Snowplowing

    Ol' Man Winter will be back! The Almanac, the meteorologists, and even the wooly bear caterpillars predict
another very rough and snowy winter. Read More
  • Corian Counter Tops

    Robs Jobs has another big secret that most folks don't know about,
that's right, we supply and install Corian, America's number one solid
surface counter top by Dupont. We also supply and install Granite, Silestone and Soapstone. Read More
  • Hardwood Flooring

  • Custom Building

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Concrete & Sidewalks

Concrete Caution:
Concrete, that ubiquitous building material, is a combination of several materials. Basic concrete contains sand, gravel, water, and portland cement. The cement and water react to form the rocklike material we call concrete. Many home projects incorporate concrete or other portland cement products, such as mortar or stucco. While most people recognize the difficulty of working with concrete because of its heavy weight, there is another hazard often overlooked. Portland cement is very caustic. Skin contact should be avoided. Wear long pants and long sleeves when working with concrete. When mixing dry ingredients, wear respiratory protection to avoid breathing the dust. Wear safety glasses or goggles. If skin does come in contact with portland cement or wet concrete, wash it off immediately.


Masonry surfaces, typically brick walls, occasionally present us with a white chalky stain. If this is occurring below a painted window or siding, chances are the paint is chalking and washing down. No cause for alarm--it's just unsightly. Another cause might be efflorescence: a type of mineral deposit left behind by water passing through the bricks and evaporating at the surface. Efflorescence may be reason for concern. Wash the affected area to remove the deposits. If they don't return, forget about it. If the deposits return or grow larger, water is moving through the wall and might indicate a bigger problem. Consult a professional if necessary.

Affordable Corian Countertops
Bath Remodels
Cabinet Installation
Card in the Yard!
Ceiling Fans Installed
CeramicTile Installation
Concrete & Sidewalks
Decks Built

Fences Installed
Furniture Assembly
Garage Door Installation
Garbage Disposals
General Repairs
Gutter Cleaning
Gutter Covers
Hardwood Flooring
Honey Do List Completion
Kitchen Remodeling
Motion Detectors
Pressure Washing/Sealing
Real Estate Listing Preparation
Rotten wood & trim replacement
Seamless Gutter Systems
Sliding Glass Doors
Storm Door Installation
Stump Grinding
Tenant Clean-up & Repairs
Vanity Tops Replaced
Vinyl Flooring
Window Treatment Installation