Top-It Exteriors, Inc.

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I would highly recommend Next Door & Window. I was very worried about replacing my doors and window, and having them match my existing 24 year old windows. Roberto worked very hard to match the stain color, and it turned out perfectly. The installers were very talented and true craftsmen.

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I think they are the preeminent contractor in our area for window installation. Their professionalism and quality are unmatched. We would endeavor to utilize their services on any product or installation they would offer to us. We cannot say enough about our satisfaction with Power Home Remodeling.

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· Lake Villa

I would definitely recommend Window Works. The windows are gorgeous and I love them.

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Review of Tiger Bath Solutions by

· Glenview

-I am very impressed because they have just been great. Everyone on the phone was great. Their appointments were made on time and the guys that did the work were done in one day and you would not even know because they cleaned up so well. We did have one minor issue but it worked itself out. My husb... more

Looking for tips on how to do a home garage insulation project
Nov 7, 2014
Is your garage attached to the house or is it on its own? If it is attached is there living space above the garage? Are you looking to insulate the walls and ceiling? Are you going to drywall the gara ... read more
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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