Custom Restoration, Inc.

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Rebecca M.

Review of Siding & Windows Group by

· Glenview

I was very satisfied with the entire process from my first contact with Siding & Windows Group to the last payment. Their genuine interest in my project, instead of just the hard sale, was greatly appreciated. Their desire to solve the problems I was having with my house and come up with the best p... more

Doug S.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Rolling Meadows

We couldn't be happier with our kitchen and laundry room remodel. The knowledge and expertise of Normandy's employees and subcontractors made this job as easy as a construction project could be. Jennifer Runner took our "wish list" and designed a warm, inviting kitchen for us that we will enjoy f... more

Jenny A.

Review of Waunakee Remodeling by

· Middleton

They've always been very professional to work with and we are very happy with the work they have done for us.

Gary H.

Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Madison

The work Mad City Windows and Baths did for us was of a high quality. They even installed a new toilet which I purchased separately. Installing toilets is usually outside Mad City's scope of work and I appreciate that Trevor wrote it into our contract.

Does anyone have experience with Thermory for decking or other applications?

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2015
Sorry, I have never heard of it. Ipe is very nice, but a bit expensive. Keep in mind, sometimes you get what you pay for. Marty Brummel M.K. Brummel, Inc Fine Remodeling and Building
Do tankless water heaters require any maintenance?
Mar 19, 2015
There is minimal maintenance to keep the water heater running good as new. Here is a quick link to some helpful steps http://www.wikihow.com/Maintain-a-Tankless-Water-Heater

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