Fiduciary Real Estate Development

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· De Forest

During the window installation, there ended up being a cracked window frame and a gouge in the big picture window. The lead installer ordered new windows right away, and said that it would be about three weeks before they could come replace the damaged windows. We received a call about a month later... more

Paul P.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Oak Lawn

I'm real happy with the experience with Power Home Remodeling. From working with Larry to the gutters going up, they did a good job. They look great and I don't have anything bad to say about them.Paul P.

Sharon B.

Review of Champion Windows of Chicago by

· Bolingbrook

From the beginning to the end of the job, they kept us up-to-date on each step of the project, including what was necessary for the city codes. They kept up with the codes until they were 100% done with the work. People are looking for companies that want to stay within the building standards of the... more

Amy M.

Review of Kohler Bathroom Design Service by

· Elkhart Lake

The Kohler Bathroom Design Service transitioned me from a DIY advocate to an assisted design advocate. They gave me ideas I never would have thought of on my own.

I just got leaf filter gutter guards, steel mesh, 2 months ago. Now that it's fall there are leaves piled up on top, stuck with rain, etc. What to do?
Nov 13, 2015
Was the product sold to you as "maintenance free"? If so, request service. If not, the maintenance of cleaning off the tops is your responsibility I believe. I would suggest not ignoring it. A few pro ... read more
What are some inexpensive and non-permanent backsplash ideas for a kitchen in a rental apartment?
Apr 21, 2014
Tin panels for walls would look nice and can be cut to size and nailed on so it will make for an inexpensive and removable application to spice up the kitchen backsplash. Even adding color with paint ... read more

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