Royal Craft Home Remodelers

Specializes in Pella windows ,vinyl windows, siding , soffit ,fascia, gutters

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· Mundelein

I am very satisfied with Power Home Remodeling Group's product. No more bad winters or hot summers and no snow inside the house(around the windows).

K.C.T.

Review of Advantage Remodel by

· Wauwatosa

We can't say enough about the Advantage team. Andy was wonderful to work with and went to great lengths to see that every question was answered, every request met. We received real time updates on every aspect of our master bath project as well as helpful recommendations on materials and layout. We... more

J.J.L.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Chicago

The timeline was our biggest factor because we had a baby that was going to be arriving. Normandy Remodeling worked really hard to help us get everything done before the arrival. They went above and beyond and the job was done beautifully.

Julie S.

Review of DreamMaker of Orland Park by

· Oak Lawn

5 stars! I thoroughly enjoyed working with Dream Maker. From the first meeting, I knew I was in good hands. Budget, material selections, timing - down to the last detail - very professional, polite, and hard working. Excellent experience with an exceptional company.

We're opening a door off the back of our house and would love some advice on choosing the wood type.

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2015
As beautiful as wood doors can be, they are constant maintenance. They will always have the potential to crack. Now, being that you will have some protection, it will help. If your house is a period s ... read more
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?
Apr 17, 2014
Check seals on doors & windows.  Replace single pane windows with newer products.  Check the attic for insulation.  Loose fill, blown in insulation is the best.  Make sure to seal any spots where ... read more

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