Without a doubt the best thing I've done in a while. The tour was a lot of fun. They do a 5 minute safety video, then another 5 minute live demonstration of how to ride a Segway. You get suited up in a helmet and headset. I was thinking the headset might look super geeky, but it's just a little unit that goes in your pocket and an earbud. Then they help you get on the Segway. It literally took me about 15 seconds to get comfortable. A little shaky for a few seconds and then it just seemed natural. After giving everyone a few minutes to ride around in the office we headed across the street to a park and were given another 5 minutes or so to get comfortable. Then the tour headed off. We went past the White House, Lincoln Memorial, National Mall, Capital and other minor sights in between. There were several 10-15 minutes stops (White House and Lincoln Memorial) where you could play around on the Segway or get off and take pictures. I've been to DC numerous times before so I never got off the Segway the entire 2 hours. They let you go up to the maximum 12.5 miles per hour, which I did whenever possible. I'd never been on a Segway before and it was a blast. We had two guides, one up front and one catching stragglers. They each narrated part of the tour and were informative and funny. I highly recommend this for DC newbies and veterans alike. If you're a newbie you'll enjoy the sights, either way you'll enjoy playing around on the Segway.
I wanted to get new dimmer lights in every room in the house and me being scared I only asked for one room. To my surprise I paid a wonderful price the workers were very respectful to my home as well as professional. So of course I gave No Limits the job to do the entire house. No limits also said if I need to make investments or need just about anything, they would help, and if they couldn't do the service he would direct me to a reliable source. I WILL USE THEM AGAIN!
It's a shame when garbage like Patrick D.'s post get any viewing. Milani's President is a professional engineer with over 40 years of experience. Milani Construction has successfully completed dozens of multi-million dollar government contracts.. These contracts have full time inspectors on them who enforce stringent specifications. This sounds like a disgruntled former employee who couldn't meet Milani's standards