Hedlund Plumbing

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I'am very pleased that I chose Home Works Corporation to do the remodeling work to my bathroom. My wife & I are extremely pleased with the quality of the work and the professionalism of the staff.

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· Pinconning

They do a nice clean job but--the scheduling needs more attention too,I was rescheduled twice not enough hours in the day to get to all customers. That was very disappointing for I took the whole day off from work then no go,, They did come back on a sat to get the job done!!

Susan S.

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They were on time, extremely professional and they did a good job. They went above and beyond my expectations.

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· Rockford

We absolutely love our new window and sliding glass door. We had an excellent experience from the sales person to the installers. They were very kind and really listened to what we wanted. The installers went above and beyond to make the outside area look brand new!! Highly recommend Champion Win... more

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May 22, 2014
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May 22, 2014
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