Emergency Water & Fire

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Miles K.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Villa Park

There was very little concern shown for the budget, I was told that permits had been applied for when they had not (they did submit for them, just not when they told me they did), the project took 5 months just to start, and the designer did not check with the project manager prior to costing out ce... more

Tom E.

Review of Next Door & Window by

· Chicago

Very pleased with the overall project. Professional, courteous installation crew. Salesman was very attentive to our questions. Great job!


Review of Oak Creek Plumbing by

· Brookfield

My 50 yr old bathroom needed MORE than covering up over water damaged walls. A plumber alone wasn't the answer. An expensive remodeling company - NO. I discovered Oak Creek Plumbing and they do it all. I only have one bathroom I can use for baths and showers so minimal down time was important.... more

Charles M.

Review of Window Works by

· Chicago

The presentation of the materials was a bit long.

Do you have any information you can send me delineating home improvements that will add appraisal value to my home, and possibly quantify those values?
You might also contact a couple of local realtors to see what people in your area are looking for in the home they want to purchase.
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 5, 2014
Gaps are typically caused by different expansion and contraction rates of different types of materials at different temperatures. The frame of the window may be vinyl or wood, which expands at differ ... read more

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