R. J. Kuhn

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Harry M.

Review of XL Contracting by

· Janesville

I was very satisfied with the crew and foreman that was on the job at that time. They went above and beyond the job description. I had a tripod with an antenna up on the roof, it was a long tripod and antenna. They removed it efficiently and laid it on the ground properly, I really appreciated that.

Mark H.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Western Springs

Our experience with Normandy was great from start to finish. We couldn't be happier with our remodeled kitchen and new mudroom. We still walk into our kitchen and marvel at the "before and after." We've got plans to remodel our basement next year and wouldn't trust any company but Normandy to do t... more

Sally K.

Review of Champion Windows of Milwaukee by

· Milwaukee

This was one of the best work crews I've ever had at my home.

Helen R.

Review of Bak Brothers, Inc. by

· Arlington Heights

BAK Brothers did an awesome job on my house. I would highly recommend them. They have their own crew and are not subbing out the job. They are detailed oriented and don't cut corners. I get tons of compliments from the neighbors on my home.

i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?

Stephanie Penge of Euro-Tech PRO answered:

Dec 14, 2016
Condensation is caused by high humidity in the home. Often times when you get your windows replaced from single pane wood to a double pane vinyl - you will notice this issue. Older windows tend to hav ... read more
Should we use spray foam insulation or batt insulation?
Jun 15, 2014
Depending on the application, spray foam is oftentimes preferable.  Closed cell spray foam, applied properly, can also help reduce or eliminate the growth of mold, as long as it doesn't exist already. ... read more

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