Tony Trapp Remodeling & Repairs

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Portage

The workmanship and the integrity of the people were great. The product is everything that they talked about. One of the main selling points was never having to worry about mold or mildew because of the acrylic paint. They have a lifetime warranty and if anything ever happens it will be fixed. It wa... more

B.R.A.

Review of Degnan Design-Build-Remodel of Madison by

· Madison

Our project was a fairly small one, a bathroom remodel, in a somewhat confined space, but they made it work. It turned out better than we had expected.

Sandie K.

Review of Bak Brothers, Inc. by

· Streamwood

I recently purchased 19 windows through Bak Brothers. With that many windows there was bound to be a few glitches. Although there were only a few minor things, Bak Brothers resolved the issues completely and quickly. The windows look beautiful and were installed well. Artur Bak was very good at... more

Geri R.

Review of Renaissance Roofing by

· Rockford

It was very professional from the beginning. We started getting things together in April and Greg was very good about it and kept me updated on anything that occurred. When they started they were early and stayed late. They made sure that the job was done well. I have no complaints at all!

I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
It also depends on how high off the ground you are. Be aware that (at least in Wisconsin) if you are more than 24" above ground to the floor of the room, you can't use a vinyl product like PGT Eze-Bre ... read more
Last edited Jan 13, 2015 8:54am
How much does a built-in cast iron tub (circa 1930) weigh?
Jul 7, 2014
I agree, 300+ is typical.

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