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Rick V.

Review of Siding & Windows Group by

· Chicago

We were very pleased with the quality of the work and in the pride the crew (John, John, and Henry) took in doing the work. We have a 100+ year old house, which means there were surprises as the work progressed. Besides the Hardie siding on the house, we had 10 windows replaced and the detached gar... more

Amy L.

Review of The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn by

· Glen Ellyn

The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn was so wonderful to work with. Everyone was very nice and professional. Workers were clean and prompt. I love my master bathroom! I would highly recommend them!

John G.

Review of Advance Design Studio, Ltd. by

· Campton Hills

We are extraordinarily pleased with how Advance Design Studio captured our vision for our dream porch and turned it into a reality. Every step of the process was handled professionally, and we always felt well-informed. The entire staff was very friendly and professional. Their highly-skilled cra... more

James W.

Review of Window Works by

· Sandwich

I just love my patio door and I am more than satisfied with the windows. My animals sit in front of the patio door and look outside all day.

We are looking for some painters who did excellent work for us in the past but do not seem to be with their previous employer.
Jun 1, 2016
CertaPro Painters- it’s a nationwide franchise. See their trucks all over. Never used them, but heard only good things so far. Good luck! … and let us know ;)
What is the best way to remove a glued on bathroom mirror? We want to replace the one in our half bath.
Oct 17, 2014
They are tough to take off. If it's glued to drywall, you can use a prybar to rip it off from the drywall. Note: You will more than likely need to repair the drywall when you're finished, if you are g ... read more

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