A.L.M. Fine Cabinetry, Inc.

We are a kitchen and bath designer / dealer. We provide FREE in home consultation, measure, designs and 3D renderings of your project. We have 4 cabinet lines to choose from as well as several name brand countertops, light fixtures, hardware, bath surrounds, custom shower bases, sinks, faucets and more!

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Linda H.

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· Tinley Park

This company is the best of the best. The quality and workmanship is outstanding as is the customer service. Everyone, from the sales person, Ron Burns, to the customer service reps, project managers, and installers were all courteous and professional. Best of all was that the job was done righ... more

Martha K.

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· Elmwood

I would recommend Ready Rood to anything. They are friendly, cooperative, communicative. The best I've ever seen. There are other people in the town I've seen having trouble with roofing companies but Ready Roof gets the job done.

Gary G.

Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Ashippun

The crew that showed up was professional and got right to business. they made sure they covered the carpet from the door to the project. They co ordinated their efforts with a crew on the outside so that there was no wasted time. They installed the trim which matched other trim in the room and clean... more

Kim H.

Review of Menold Construction and Restoration by

· Washington

This is the third time that we have used them because the first two times were so great. This time was even more phenomenal that the first two.

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