Schoeneck Home Improvement

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We could not be happier with our home. We ran into a couple problems and Bay Lakes had our back and helped resolve the issues quickly. Everyone that has walked into our home has commented how they love floorplan and design. A friend who works with a local building supply company was impressed wit... more

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We were very pleased with the service they gave us. The staff was always professional and friendly. This started with the clerical staff, extended to the project manager that came to our house for the estimate and explaining the service they would supply us. It also included the install crew.


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· Wausau

They did a very professional job and fixed anything wrong along the way.

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· Wausau

We decided to go with Tundraland for our Walk in Shower project, and after my husband and I read dozens of reviews of Tundraland, we decided to go for it, and we are so happy we decided to go with Tundraland! I have and will continue to recommend Tundraland in the future!

When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 30, 2016
If you view the renovations from a Real Estate/Reselling standpoint, the kitchen is the best investment in my opinion. Followed by bathrooms. Kitchens have sold homes. If that is your goal, start ther ... read more
Last edited Dec 2, 2016 9:06am
What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Nov 29, 2016
We are fond of hanging wreaths on front doors with over the door wreath hangers. This will prevent damage to your front door. Happy Holidays!

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