Flader Plumbing & Heating Co.

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Rollin K.

Review of Tundraland Home Improvement by

· Menomonee Falls

I did not do enough research. This was too expensive. Over $6,000 for just a shower wall system. I should have negotiated for a shower door. If fact I think the shower rod was over $100.00 which is way too expensive. I was pleased with everything else. The more I checked into other products, yo... more

Donna H.

Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Albany

I wish I had not done business with this company. I have had so many problems and they are not fixing them properly.

Dana R.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· La Grange

We were very pleased with the work that Normandy Remodeling did. Kathryn O'Donovan had great suggestions and her designs worked very well. Pete Juska responded to our questions and suggestions promptly and followed through on his promises. We would use them again for future projects.

Jennifer B.

Review of Arvidson Pools & Spas by

· St. Charles

Doug Marunde was exceptional from proposal to planning and design, budgeting, execution and completion. Doug is a very trustworthy, honest person, and he patiently led us through every step of the way. This is the first pool we’ve had installed, and we revised the design a couple of times along... more

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
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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