Sahara Windows and Doors

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Dushon D.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Glenwood

I wish the management would do follow ups with their customers. They need to make their customers fee warm and fuzzy about their purchases.

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· North Aurora

in North Aurora Our entire Sub Division was hit with storm hail damage we needed new siding, roof, window, Gutters I was refereed to D Wing by a friend, I met with Steve Hannon he was knowledgeable professional and walk me through the process. Steve met with our insurance adjuster and D Wing fixed... more

Debbie H.

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· Lisle

We will go with Window Works later in the year for our front entry door. Very pleased and installation exceeded my expectations. Removing a complete door and frame and trim had me feeling anxious. The installation team were careful, thorough, and kept me in the loop throughout the process, double... more

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· Northbrook

It's the most wonderful thing I decided to do. Everyone should get a walk-in therapy tub from American Standard.

How and with what do you stain a deck once it is installed?
Jul 6, 2015
Decks are a very tricky item to finish properly.  There are so many variables that have to be considered prior to applying any kind of stain.  If I were staining your deck, I would start by asking a s ... read more
Last edited Jul 6, 2015 11:38pm
We have a cracked stone patio and are considering other surfaces, including pavers. What do you think?
Apr 29, 2014
This should be a simple project.  It depends if you are hiring a contractor or DIY.  You can use pavers or poured concrete.  Either way, one of the key steps is prep.  Make sure you use the correct ma ... read more

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