Michael's Roofing & Exteriors, LLC

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Jared W.

Review of Next Door & Window by

· Naperville

The window installation itself was completed skillfully and looks good, but communication between the sales team and installers is inadequate. Specific discussions, requests, and issues (such as rotted wood replacement, foot bolt installation, etc) that was discussed with the sales and management te... more

Helen C.

Review of Beattie Development by

· Union Grove

They were excellent to work with, and they communicated better than we could have anticipated. They kept us informed for every step of the process, and the result is the home of our dreams.

Wende D.

Review of Siding & Windows Group by

· Barrington

They completed the tear off of all of the old siding and trim plus the installation of hardie board shake and siding on our 1920s Sears craftsman home in June 2017. We had them install roof brackets, replicate the band board and drip cap details original to the home and install new gutters as well.T... more

Al W.

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· Highland Park

TEAM PRO HOME was very PROFESSIONAL and THOROUGH from signing up to signing out !!!

What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?
Jun 15, 2014
Oftentimes the attic is the place to start.  Make sure you have plenty of ventilation, both intake and exhaust.  Check the soffit cavity to make sure you it isn't clogged with insulation.  There are f ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?
Jun 2, 2014
not sure about the product used in your home. we usually pack the joint with oakum. then we use hydrolic cement (water plug). followed by tar on the outside. hope this helps. email with any questions. ... read more

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