B & R Construction Assoc., Inc.

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Sheila L.

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· Villa Park

Construction and installation of basement entry door with cast in place stairs and security door: from our first encounter with the project designer through the final approval we sensed consistent devotion to getting the job done properly and to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship. T... more

Wayne L.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Palatine

Normandy Remodeling was fantastic! Troy came up with designs to meet our needs and stay within our budget. Ken was superb at overseeing the project. Workers were very friendly and efficient. The job was left clean and neat everyday when the workers left. Ken was in our home many times during the wee... more

Edgar B.

Review of Mastercraft Exteriors by

· Naperville

Everyone was excellent, from the salesperson to the installation crew. They did a good job, and it was well-performed. They have good people who really care about quality.

Joan H.

Review of Euro-Tech by

· Saint Charles

I'm really pleased with the workmanship, organization of the job and the quality of the windowsare wonderful! I couldn't be happier with my windows! They are insulated and quieter.

Should we use spray foam insulation or batt insulation?
Jun 15, 2014
Depending on the application, spray foam is oftentimes preferable.  Closed cell spray foam, applied properly, can also help reduce or eliminate the growth of mold, as long as it doesn't exist already. ... read more
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?
Jun 15, 2014
Oftentimes the attic is the place to start.  Make sure you have plenty of ventilation, both intake and exhaust.  Check the soffit cavity to make sure you it isn't clogged with insulation.  There are f ... read more

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