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Greenscape Ventures, LLC

Our Team has the industry knowledge and diversity to provide you the best home at the best value on the market today. All new Greenscape Homes include our Limited Warranty valid for a full year after closing, with select items carrying even longer coverage. Our team is committed to building the beautiful brand new home for you. We currently build in most of the Western Chicago Suburbs, primarily in DuPage County, areas like Arlington Heights, Clarendon Hills, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, Itasca, Lombard, Naperville, Palatine, Warrenville, Westmont, Wheaton, and Woodridge.

Building BRAND NEW in an established neighborhood surrounded by mature trees, a great downtown, easy access to the parks and top notch schools gives you all these great benefits with the house of your dreams. We’ve created many open floor plans to offer you the best use of space for your family with plenty of room to roam. Although some assume that existing homes are usually the more economical choice, the ownership costs are actually much more predictable and consistent with a NEW construction home purchase. Similar to buying a used car....a used home comes with it's own special set of possible issues. Depending on the structure's age, length of vacancy and reason for sale you may have mold or lead paint concerns, remodeling restrictions or changes in building code that must be complied with, as well as hidden problems such as leaky pipes, roofs or basements. A NEW Greenscape Home provides you with the confidence of owning NEW construction with the warranty, energy efficiency and personal touches that best accommodate your family's needs. With interest rates at historic lows, today is a fantastic day to buy a NEW home and we look forward to building your brand new dream home

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Answers from contractors near Warrenville, IL

What is the best solution concerning water damage from roof to basement on a two story house?

Peter Pawelko of Pro Home 1 PRO answered:

Oct 31, 2017
Doing a water test to determine where the water is entering may locate the issue.  Also checking your roof vents, flashing, chimney, gutters and downspouts
What should I do if I have frozen water pipes?

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
If you are leaving the house, you definitely want to shut the water off to the house, in case the water line bursts. Otherwise, if you can find the frozen area, you can take a hair dryer to the spot t ... read more

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