True Value Construction & Remodeling, Inc.

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Jeffrey L.

Review of Normandy Remodeling by

· Downers Grove

We started and completed our kitchen remodel during the busiest year of our life. Tony Tondelli and Andy Healy made the project as seamless for us as possible. They were conscientious of our time and helped us to stay within our budget. Construction dust was minimal as Normandy strives to contain... more

Linda K.

Review of The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn by

· Naperville

Top notch job from start to finish! Great workmanship and delivered a bit ahead of the schedule for completion. Good communication at all stages of the project.

Barbara R.

Review of Window Works by

· Round Lake Park

I had half of my windows done in 2014 by Window Works and was very satisfied with the results. I did not hesitate to call on them to do the other half of my windows this year (2016) and I was just as satisfied with their work as the last time.

Mary G.

Review of Ready Roof by

· Belvidere

Mr. Crowe was very knowledgeable and very kind. He answered all of my questions and concerns and was very patient with all of my questions. I would highly recommend Ready Roof

New to Charlotte and living in Myers Park. How much should it cost to paint a living room (22'4"x14'6") and a study (14'2"x12'6")?
Dec 3, 2014
The short answer on this is - $900-$1,250.00 - Inclusive (Range in price is due to the amount of prep work and current condition) You will want your vendor to do the following: Cover and protect a ... read more
What's the best wood material for a barn siding project?
Jun 2, 2014
hemlock is the time tested wood species for barn construction. it has naturally ocurring cyanide in the wood that inhibits the critters.

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