F & S Direct, LLC dba Walk-In Tubs of Wisconsin

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Green Bay

MadCity people were very professional. We are pleased with our new walk-in shower. Looks good and the safety provided is a welcome change from climbing in and out of the old tub.

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· Reedsburg

The windows look very nice. The crew did a very nice job of putting it in, He was very respectful and cleaned up everything very neatly and buttoned everything outside so that it would look professorial.

We have a floating home with a separate shed on an adjacent float. What is required to run wire from the main house (separate circuit) to the shed?
Sid, a local electrician should be able to do the work and thanks to their licensing and continuing education, they will certainly know the answer! Good luck.
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?
Apr 17, 2014
Check seals on doors & windows.  Replace single pane windows with newer products.  Check the attic for insulation.  Loose fill, blown in insulation is the best.  Make sure to seal any spots where ... read more

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