BJ Armstrong Custom Homes

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Zijad K.

Review of 123 Exteriors Inc by

· Naperville

We are super-satisfied with the work 1-2-3 Exteriors have done to our house. It was a pleasure working with Dan Maletin. He took care of our house at was his own. He came before, during and after each crew was doing the work to make sure everything was going well. He made sure he answered all our qu... more

Morris M.

Review of Window Works by

· Montgomery

Window Works was ahead of schedule to install the windows. All windows were the correct size and shipped with ample protective packaging. The installer handled all aspects of project including cleanup and unexpected problems in professinal manor.

Richard S.

Review of Next Door & Window by

· Montgomery

Our overall experience from sales to installation was awesome. We love the quality of the product and the ease of the installation. Everyone was professional and knowledgeable. We would definitely recommend NEXT to our friends and family.

Christine G.

Review of Helmuth Custom Kitchens, LLC by

· Riverton

Very easy to work with and excellent quality of product! We couldn't be happier. Very impressed with their company!

I'm thinking about remodeling my kitchen, but have been cautioned to build in a substantial "cushion" for change orders. What is a change order exactly?
A change order is written (or at least should be) any time there is a 'change' in the original scope of work for your project. It documents this 'change' and any additional cost (or credit) that you a ... read more
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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