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Callahan & Peters, Inc.

Callahan & Peters is a full service design/build remodeling company located in Glenview serving the North Shore and surrounding communities for over 60 years. They are certified by the National Association of Home Builders as Aging In Place Specialists (CAPS) and are passionate about remodeling. ‘We transform our clients’ lives by creating places that fit who they are and how they want to live’.

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GuildQuality Partner Affiliations

  • Remodelers Advantage
  • Remodeling's Big50

Other Affilations

  • EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm
  • Houzz
  • NAHB - Certified Aging In-Place Specialist
  • NARI Certified Remodeler
  • NARI Chicagoland Chapter

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