Native Sons Inc

Native Sons Inc

Remodeler -
Baltimore, MD (4.28 Miles from Catonsville, MD)
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About this pro

Native Sons is a family owned and operated company. Unlike most owners, who leave the field, Michael is hands on. He is a working owner and in some way he is part of each and every job we complete. Our mission statement is Service with Integrity. To us, this means 3 things:

For Our Customers Fair Prices For Professional Quality Work
For Our Staff Fair Wages For Professional Quality Workmanship
For Our Company Fair Profit For Sustainable Quality

  • Time in business: 27 years
  • 1708 Whitehead Road Suite 103A , Baltimore, MD 21207

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Year Established 1992
Business Categories Additions and Remodels, Bathroom Remodeling, Electrical, Kitchen Remodeling, Plumbing in Baltimore, MD

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Business Hours Please call to confirm

  • Monday 10AM - 4:30PM
  • Tue 10AM - 4:30PM
  • Wednesday 10AM - 4:30PM
  • Thursday 10AM - 4:30PM
  • Friday 10AM - 4:30PM
  • Saturday Closed

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