Chad's Carpentry

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Bryan M.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Hanover Park

Everyone from the sales team to the quality assurance people to the project managers were all very professional and made sure i was very satisfied with the product and installation.


Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Portage

The representation of the quality of the materials is way overrated. They made it seem as if this was specially formed and made for you from the measurements, etc. It isn't, it is cut on site, not made or formed to what your needs are. The installer was sent here with very little of the materials he... more

Nate S.

Review of Abby Windows by

· Greendale

Great, quality products. Replaced original doors with a sliding door and it looks so much better and is way more efficient. We have three kids and a dog and they have definitely put it to the test. On install day, our contractor had a bit of a hiccup with the door size not matching up exactly as... more

Mary D.

Review of Erdmann Exterior Designs Ltd. by

· Mount Prospect

Erdmann Exterior was very professional throughout the entire project. They were respectful of my home and our family. They also came up with great ideas for the house that I had not thought of .

What is the best flooring for a cold, damp basement? There is existing carpet over a concrete slab.
Agreed. Solve the moisture/humidity/condensation problem first, then afterward, choose the flooring. What are your goals? Hard surfaces that are unaffected by moisture are ideal, but possibly cold. Th ... read more
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 5, 2014
Gaps are typically caused by different expansion and contraction rates of different types of materials at different temperatures. The frame of the window may be vinyl or wood, which expands at differ ... read more

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