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Compare Estimates from Wake County North Carolina Home Contractors

We have prescreened local Wake county, North Carolina home improvement contractors. We have verified licensing, insurance, experience and even backgrounds. So, now that we have done the work to ensure that you will be working with the best contractors in the area, all you have to do is fill out the secure form on the right. We will place three of the best fit contractors in touch with you for free estimates on your project, no matter what they job may be, we have you covered.

Here are some of the Wake county, NC places that we most frequently help connect with free estimates from licensed home contractors:

Raleigh
Cary
Apex
Garner
Wake Forest
Holly Springs
Fuquay-Varina
Morrisville
Knightdale
Wendell

 

Other Selected North Carolina Listings

Tar Heel Basement Systems (Winston Salem, NC)

About Wake County NC

Wake County is #8 in the list of fastest growing counties in North Carolina in the United States. In 2005, it was ranked #1 in population growth and is part of the Research Triangle Area. The county seat and state capitol is the city of Raleigh. Driving time to the coast is approximately 2 hours.

Wake County enjoys four distinct seasons and a temperate climate.

According to census data, the average household income is $54,988. This amount is significantly higher than the income for the $41,994 average income per US household.

Statistics for Wake County include:

Total population in 2005 was 730,158.
The percentage of people having some college or an associate's degree was 27.7%.
The percentage of people having a bachelor's degree was 29.6%

Wake County, North Carolina has 1 school district serving 138,000 students in the 2009-2010. Buses are provided for students with special needs and those living at least 1.5 miles school. Organized school athletics begins in grade 6.

Arts opportunities include the North Carolina Symphony, Triangle Youth Orchestra, North Carolina Theater, North Carolina Opera Company. Cultural attractions include the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh City Museum and North Carolina Museum of History.

 
 
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