Universal Windows Direct of Milwaukee

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Sun Prairie

Highly knowledgeable, very professional, quality product. From the moment that we purchased our house, we knew the windows were bad. After the installation, the problem went away completely. They installed our windows in no time with no damage to our house. I highly recommend them and will use t... more

Clinton M.

Review of Champion Windows of Chicago by

· Itasca

Everyone from the Champion family was a pleasure to work with! From the initial sales contact to installation completion. All appointment times were met with no disappointments. Window manufacturing was even completed earlier than had been estimated, and their quality is exceptional! The installat... more

Gino M.

Review of Next Door & Window by

· Willowbrook

you guys are great ...

James C.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Byron

The installers were incredible. Definitely care about their workmanship. Explained and showed everything so I understood how everything works.

What is fiber cement siding and how does it compare with the cost of vinyl?

Peter Pawelko of Pro Home 1 PRO answered:

Nov 3, 2017
We are certified James Hardie installer and every answer you received here is true.  It is the best siding out there bar none.  Here is one of our completed James Hardie jobs. With their ColorPlus tec ... read more
What is the best way to remove a glued on bathroom mirror? We want to replace the one in our half bath.
Oct 17, 2014
They are tough to take off. If it's glued to drywall, you can use a prybar to rip it off from the drywall. Note: You will more than likely need to repair the drywall when you're finished, if you are g ... read more

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