Dave Droegkamp Heating & Air Conditioning

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Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Oak Brook

After having our kitchen remodeled with Normandy, we decided to use them for our bathroom. Kathryn O'Donovan was a very good designer, she helped select and design everything. She is very friendly, courteous and is always full of ideas. She generally understood what I was looking for and was able to... more


Review of Degnan Design-Build-Remodel of Madison by

· Madison

Our project was a fairly small one, a bathroom remodel, in a somewhat confined space, but they made it work. It turned out better than we had expected.

Fred A.

Review of Mastercraft Exteriors by

· Rockford

I was very satisfied with the people I spoke with from Mastercraft, from the office to the person I dealt with directly. I was very pleased and that is why I went with Mastercraft Exteriors.

Margeret B.

Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Dalton

They were very efficient and prompt when we talked to them, and they came when they were supposed to. They did good work, and they got it done really quickly. It looks really nice.

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 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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