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Chicago Sunrooms Reviews

"The work took approximately 4 - 5 weeks to complete. The subcontractor, Best Quality, performed fabulous work and cleaned up every day when the work was done. The job involved converting an interior room to an exterior four season porch. The demolition was performed quickly and efficiently. The ceiling was removed to expose interior beams from the attic and a cedar ceiling was installed above the beams. exterior brick was exposed and siding added to the interior walls. sliding glass doors and porcelain wood floors were installed. Hardwood floors, baseboard and closet doors were installed in the adjoining rooms. finally, a four piece bath was re-tiled with marble wall tile and granite floor tile. All rooms were painted. I am completely satisfied with the work and the pricing, The owner is pleasant to deal with and the subcontractor was comfortably professional. I highly recommend
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is awesome.
Not sure how else to sum it up.
They gutted our entire home and put it all back together again and the finished product is amazing. We couldnt be happier. Better still, the process was a pleasure. You hear so many horror stories about the rehab process but we didnt deal with any of it.
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and his team were professional, prompt, and thoroughly capable of completing the job.
We found
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through our architect who recommended several builders for the bid process. From the start,
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and his team were the easiest and most accommodating to work with of the six companies we looked at. His project manager played an invaluable role in the build process and was the perfect go-between with the workers.
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's years of expertise really paid-off too as the entire team of his guys and subs was focused on our satisfaction and getting the job done on-time. No disappearing contractors here--these guys worked 7 months straight till the job was done.
I recommend them without reservation. HIGHEST recommendation. Thanks!!

"These guys are con artists, plain and
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I initially signed a contract with them to build a four seasons room for the first floor of our newly purchased home. The estimate was $40,000, and I paid half upfront. They mentioned that they also do general contracting as well, and offered to do the entire first floor, which we were planning to basically re-build from scratch into an open concept layout. Since it's easier from a permitting perspective to have one GC name, I agreed to do it.
They came in, took some measurements, did some drawings and came up with a design. A few weeks in, we realized that it was going to cost too much to redo the entire first floor and build a sunroom, so we opted for a phased approach where we do the first floor first and put the sunroom on ice. It should be noted that the design was not finalized and therefore no materials were ordered at the time I decided to change scope. They were amenable to the request and we proceeded with the rest of the first floor project.
While my designer worked on coming up with a scope and layout, I asked
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if they were willing and able to build a canopy in the front of my house. They were more than happy to do so, and said it was a separate project, separately billed. My first red flag was when the contract was on the paper of a different company.
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told me that it was the company they use to do the actual work and it was simply more convenient if I signed on their paper. I went along with it. Their "other company"
did a horrific job on the canopy. It looked like the work of a DIY hobbyist. It was unacceptable, and I told
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as much. Their response was, "It wasn't us, it was 'other company'" and threw their hands up. But while disavowing themselves of the whole thing, I realized that the permit we were about to submit for the project
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said they were going to undertake but had the other company name written as the GC. I was outraged, and felt completely misled, first because
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assured me that it was their project, and second because I wasn't about to put the most important room of my house in the hands of people who couldn't get a basic canopy right.
As it turns out,
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is nothing more than a reseller. They aren't contractors and don't do any of the labor themselves; it's all outsourced to any number of contractors and concealed from you unless you look very closely at the permit. If something goes wrong,
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can simply throw their hands up and say, "It wasn't us! Sorry!".
Needless to say, the entire Four Seasons/
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/Incredible Builders/Amazing Sunroom cloak and dagger crap put me off of them completely and I decided to cancel the project outright. That's when things went from bad to a legal matter...
They claimed that if I cancel the project, there would be all sorts of cancellation fees associated with it that would make it very expensive to cancel. They didn't specify what those fees were, but after some back and forth, I settled on a basic bi-fold door system and opening up the back of the house to create an indoor/outdoor patio system. In exchange, they assured me that they would use a different contractor than the other company and there would be no cancellation fees.
So the matter is settled, right? If only.
After coming to that agreement and thinking it was a fair compromise, they then inform me that it's a new project rather than a changed project scope, and therefore all of the cancellation fees and penalties applied. And, oh, in a really funny little mathematical coincidence, the fees and penalties worked out to exactly what I put down - $20,000. Meaning, they need a new deposit for the new project.
Bottom line - they misled me about virtually every aspect of the project, and when I caught on and attempted to get out of it, they buried me with fees. There's no way they can legally justify a 50% penalty for changing the scope of a project. If it's $40,000 for labor and materials, how can half of it be accounted for when we never even progressed past the planning phase?
The matter is now in the hands of attorneys. It should go without saying that I won't be having any work done by them. And I strongly recommend that you avoid doing business with a company (and their various aliases) with practices like this. Companies that do sunrooms are plentiful. Make sure you do your homework and ensure that they have their own staff of installers who represent that company and will stand by their craftsmanship. There should be one company where the buck stops, and you should avoid with all due haste umbrella organizations like
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. Companies like these are so densely layered that they can disavow responsibility for virtually anything that goes wrong with your project.
In summary, my advice is:
1. Make sure that the company you've contracted with is the company doing the labor
2. If not, make sure you get references not just from the company you're contracted with, by the sub-contracting organization as well
3. Make sure name on the permit is of the organization you expected to be there
4. Make sure your rights are represented and protected before you sign the contract, so you're able to get out of the project if you realize that you're not going to get the quality you expected. Nobody should be extorted into accepting shoddy work.
"A++++++service!! So happy that we chose Normandy to perform our remodeling! We are so happy with the results.
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Long was our project manner and he was a pleasure to work with. He went above and beyond what was necessary to make sure that we were happy and that all work was completed on time. You cannot tell that this structure was added to our home. That is how seamless the work is!!!
"This was an outstanding experience!
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was on time for the initial consultation; and went over all our hopes and design ideas. He was careful to check in on design preferences (like what color plants to avoid!) and also made many really good suggestions - on plants and layout.
The estimate was reasonable and the estimate was accompanied by color renditions of what the proposed work would look like.
The team arrived on the agreed day and worked in the Chicago heat preparing beds, moving plants and delivering materials. Every day the property was tidied. The crew even tidied up a large soil mess when a Chicago thunderstorm came sweeping in just after the soild have been place in the sidewalk beds - no small task!
The stone landscaping was done with enormous care - the craftsman worked for hours making sure every piece of stone was perfectly cut and positioned to create an organic flow in a relatively small area.The work crew even installed pavers along the street side of the bed where no pavers were present, and this was in addition to the agreed work (with no additional charge!).
Once all the heavy work was done the work crew swept and washed down all the paving, stairs, walkways, sidewalks and even asked to clean up our neighbors yard in case there was any debris that had made it to our neighbor.
A second crew attended to the finer plantings of flower pots and hanging pots, and installing the irrigation.
This was just the most outstanding experience ever!
"I was fortunate enough to find a great remodeling company named CRG.
In october of 2011 i decided to redue my bathroom and kitchen. I looked for a reliable company for about two months and could not find anyone that i trusted and likes until a friend of mine refered me to CRG.
I have met with Lukasz the companies owner in early january 2012 and decided to hire him.
He gave me a great deal and promised to finish the remodel in three weeks.
During the three weeks Lukasz helped me with picking tiles, fixtures and other extras for the spaces.
To my surprise they finished one day ahead of schedule and the final result was amazing, beyond my greatest expectations.
If anyone needs a reliable, well priced and trustworthy company hire CRG, you will not be sorry.
Very Satisfied Customer!!!
"Fantastic job all around, on the job every day, on time, communicated any potential issues so there was a complete understanding of the project at hand, had workers who knew what they were doing, did things the RIGHT way, not the easy way, weekly progress meetings, and best of all a work ethic that stretches beyond any other contractor I have worked with.I give this referral without any hesitation, hire
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and you will be happy you did.
"Despite the weather - the deck was finished in time for a get-together. We have used Chicago land remodeling before (see review) . I used them again to replace the deck that was removed in order to find a leak . A few unexpected items came up - which I kind of was expecting but had not realized they would be so costly. In addition to putting down the deck they also replaced the patio doors (they were expensive - but they are great!) and replaced some siding.
The carpenters were great - tidy and (looks like) excellent work . Worked through the weather and on the weekend. Very happy with the look and the head carpenter explained everything - it made me feel confident in the quality of their work . Would recommend again.
"I interviewed many contractors & found
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's by VERY far - to be the most realistic, honest, and professional contractor out there (from their Mgmt. of the project to each individual guy actually doing the work). Getting work done to your home is always stressful no matter what - that's why we are paying for Angie's List. I took the time to write this review after the completion of my project because I highly recommend
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& would hire them again. They were an absolute joy to work with. If you want honest work done to your home ? it does not get any better than
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"We have used this company repeatedly over the past 2 years and highly recommend them. They're very thorough and detail oriented. They aim to please and make great design recommendations whether you want something high-end or whether you're on a shoestring budget. They've literally done over 50 projects for us (I'm being lazy and creating one Angie's List report to cover all the projects). They are extremely affordable and trustworthy and also highly skilled. we've never been disappointed!"

All Sunrooms in Chicago, IL

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1 Allstate Remodeling Inc

939 W North Ave
Chicago, IL


644 67TH ST
Downers Grove, IL

123 Remodeling

5070 N Kimberly Ave.
Chicago, IL

123 Weshorn Inc. Kitchen and Bath

2016 E Cayuga Lane
Mount Prospect, IL

2 Guys & A Lady

460 Wright Court
Bolingbrook, IL


800 Dundee Ave
Elgin, IL


Chicago, IL

51 Zygi Carpentry Corporation

5325 N Manila Ave
Chicago, IL

A & C Construction

3020 Long Grove Ct
Aurora, IL

A & R Construction

2643 W Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL


Milwaukee, WI


Lincolnwood, IL

A Mirror Image

510 S River St
Batavia, IL

A New Look Remodeling

2123 N 73rd Ave
Elmwood Park, IL

A O Handy

5215 W Edgearton Ave
Milwaukee, WI


Palos Hills, IL


Downers Grove, IL

A#1 Quality Handyman

35W372 Ridge Road
Dundee, IL

A&J handyman services

2032 s ingleside
Chicago, IL

A&L Remodeling Inc.

9923 Ridgeland Ave
Chicago Ridge, IL