Regency Builders

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Hartford

The quality of the work was fantastic. They were very nice to work around the children in our home. They took care of everything they needed to in a very timely manner, and I'll definitely be recommending Mad City to anyone who needs work done on their home!

A.S.C.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Burr Ridge

Our overall experience with Normandy was quite good. The subcontractors and tradesmen did an excellent job, with high quality work, done on time and while keeping the worksite clean. The design process went well and I felt our designer was knowledgeable and understood the design aesthetic I wanted t... more

Chrystal G.

Review of Evansen Builders, LLC by

· West Allis

I believe Doug and his crews knowledge base, and quality of workmanships and products was the best by far. The clean up in my small yard was remarkable. They were professional, and they always made sure to give me a call if they had any questions. I have extreme gratitude towards them, and I would h... more

Lisa K.

Review of Window Works by

· Aurora

Unbelievable how this father & son team cleaned up behind themselves; left my house cleaner than it was to begin with! Additionally, I was scheduled for a Sat as I had no more vacation time to burn and something came up that my appt. needed to be moved. As a weekday was out of the question they cam... more

Can you build built in book shelves in the study?
Feb 5, 2015
Hello I am Ken From KP Carpentry. Can you tell me more about your built in project? Do you have a design in mind? How big is the area? Can you take a few pictures of where you would like it to go?
What is the best way to remove a glued on bathroom mirror? We want to replace the one in our half bath.
Oct 14, 2014
Here are someĀ helpful steps to make the process safe: http://www.lowes.com/creative-ideas/bed-and-bath/remove-a-bathroom-mirror/project

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