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Jason Y.

Review of Next Door & Window by

· Palatine

Where to start with this nightmare of an experience. We contacted Next Door & Window in early October to have a picture window put in our dining room, and to replace a window in our kitchen. They came out we placed our order on October 15th, and at the time told us it would be 6-9 weeks from that da... more

Mike P.

Review of Opal Enterprises, Inc. by

· Homer Glen

Opal Enterprises is a professional firm that cares about the entire experience. From the first call to ask for a quote to follow-ups, to project closure, Opal's team is friendly and accommodating. The sales process was low key, with solutions being the focus. The construction crew was terrific. The... more

Todd K.

Review of Champion Windows of Chicago by

· Villa Park

The sales rep, Joe Fetter, was very knowledgable about the product. He knew what he as he was talking about.

Diane E.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Saint Charles

This project went smoothly from start to finish. Power group handled everything including the homeowners association approval. They installed five sliding glass doors and one window in one day. My townhome has never looked better or been more comfortable (temperature control).

Which trade would I call to replace bathroom and laundry room exhaust fans?
In our market (Wisconsin) we normally call the electrician for that work. The problem is that few trades are fully integrated. Often times the vent size will change and the electrician will not normal ... read more
What areas of a new home should you pay special attention to during the 30 day warranty walk through?
I'd expect that you have a warranty longer than just 30 days. Probably at least 1 year, right? I'll base my answer on that premise. In the first 30 days, you should look for things that are incomplete ... read more

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