Pro Remo Experts

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Michael B.

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· Schaumburg

Normandy Builders performed our kitchen remodel, room addition, siding and roof replacement and did it over the winter months, during a blizzard and still came in ahead of schedule. We are thrilled with our results and are enjoying showing off our new kitchen and sunroom to all our friends and fami... more

Jim N.

Review of Stebnitz Builders, Inc by

· Williams Bay

They are a first class company. They listen to all of your requests. They fulfill all of those requests. I had Stebnitz Builders do three different projects for me. All three of those projects were completed in first class quality and the agreed upon time.

Rob G.

Review of Synergy Builders by

· Carol Stream

We chose Synergy because we felt they were skilled and professional in what they did. When we ran into major structural issues with our house, I felt comfortable knowing they had the expertise to fix the problem and they did just that. The completed job is beautiful - and much more than I expected... more

Erica D.

Review of Window Works by

· Chicago

Window Works is a good company to work with. They are very responsive to any issues that may come up.

Looking for tips on how to do a home garage insulation project
Nov 7, 2014
Is your garage attached to the house or is it on its own? If it is attached is there living space above the garage? Are you looking to insulate the walls and ceiling? Are you going to drywall the gara ... 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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