Luxury Bath Systems

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Review of Champion Windows of Milwaukee by

· Cedarburg

The quality of the materials is outstanding. It far surpasses the standard builder's quality of materials and workmanships. I didn't expect to see such a difference between the Champion products and the products I already had in my home.

Jack H.

Review of Scholl Construction by

· Crystal Lake

Scholl Construction was a great partner in the workmanship, professionalism, and cost effective contractor. I would strongly recommend them. They are a "class act" when it comes to completion and business partner.

Joanne G.

Review of Gold Standard Restorations by

· Lake In The Hills

It was a great company to work with! They were on time, courteous and they did what they said they were going to do. The salesman was excellent.

Bonnie J.

Review of Style by Carden Exteriors, Inc. by

· Crystal Lake

I was so impressed with Style by Carden Exteriors! Denny was so patient, answering all of my questions during the estimate process. The team who installed my new roof worked super hard. It was a long day, and they did a great job. I strongly recommend Style by Carden Exteriors, I'm very pleased!

What is fiber cement siding and how does it compare with the cost of vinyl?

Peter Pawelko of Pro Home 1 PRO answered:

Nov 3, 2017
We are certified James Hardie installer and every answer you received here is true.  It is the best siding out there bar none.  Here is one of our completed James Hardie jobs. With their ColorPlus tec ... read more
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

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