Glenn Gutnayer Const Inc

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Absolutely outstanding work! Professional, kind, competent. Like UPS, they were the complete package...with us every step of the way. I'm still amazed we got an entire new roof and siding for the price of a deductible. Wow. Grace to you.

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· Naperville

The crew arrived promptly each day and it was the same people on the project until completion. There were no long lapses where no one was working. The project manager was in daily communication with us several times a day and even showed up after 6:30 several times to check up on certain questions... more

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
What should I do if I have frozen water pipes?

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
If you are leaving the house, you definitely want to shut the water off to the house, in case the water line bursts. Otherwise, if you can find the frozen area, you can take a hair dryer to the spot t ... read more

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