A&L Remodeling

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James H.

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· Darien

We were very happy and impressed by Nomandy's employee and procedures. Any time we had a question or problem, Andy would promptly take care of it. We were delighted with the final plans that Leslie came up with, and she found several elements that made our bathroom design more workable, elements... more

William M.

Review of Bak Brothers, Inc. by

· Arlington Heights

From the start, working with Artur Bak, I felt comfortable with Bak Brothers. Artur is very experienced in his field and is very detail oriented. He made sure I was getting exactly what I wanted in each window I would have installed throughout my house. He took the time to show me sample windows exp... more

Mike H.

Review of Style by Carden Exteriors, Inc. by

· Libertyville

Denny at Camden was great, the biggest problems we had were in holding to the schedule but they had no control over when Mother Nature would cooperate, they actually installed the roof on a Saturday to keep me from waiting an extended period of time. Overall a great contractor to do business with.


Review of Perfection Property Restoration by

· Lake Forest

We were very satisfied with this group from the office staff, project manager to the restoration crew. All were professional and provided high quality results.

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