Markin Co.

Markin Co is committed to bringing the most innovative construction products from companies to consumers from around the world to the Midwest. These products are to be high-quality, innovative, energy-efficient and solve real life challenges in the construction industry. This will result to a product that is unique, in-demand and useful for ourselves, our employees and our customers.

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8 of 9 would recommend
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Phil T.

Review of Thompson Remodeling Inc. by

· Rockford

I would recommend this company for it's attention to detail, current fine workmanship and past performance with me. I live in a house with unusual features and they have always researched the best way to approach every singular problem. I like that whenever the plan is revised I get a timely state... more

Dennis H.

Review of Wallside Windows by

· Montrose

They were early on the installation date, which made me extra happy. The guys were great and cleaned up great!!

Erick N.

Review of Erie Construction Midwest Inc by

· Portage

They were very polite and courteous. They did not pressure me into purchasing anything. I had a great experience.

Heather P.

Review of Moore & Sons Roofing Inc by

· Grand Rapids

I'd hire Moore & Sons again. My Alger Heights bungalow roof was completed in less than five hours. Fantastic! My contact, Fletcher, was a good partner in the process

What home repairs/renovations can (or should) I make to best keep cold winter temps out, and my indoor heat in?
Dec 12, 2016
The best thing you could do for your home to keep the warm in and the cold out is to 1st. check your insulation in your attic if your not properly insulated the heat will escape. Another is making sur ... read more
Buying an old house and renovating versus tearing down and building new: Pros & Cons?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Both can be costly. If you tear down, you may build it exactly how you want it - and potentially have less problems then trying to create something new out of something old. You never know what could ... read more

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