Featured Home Remodeling Project
Ready to see D-Wing Construction in action? Over the years, we have completed projects of all sizes and scopes for homeowners throughout the Chicagoland area. No matter the home remodel, you can count on our local experts to get the job done right. We start every job with a free consultation, so we can come up with a custom plan that meets your unique needs.
How do you know when it’s time to say goodbye to your windows? There are three things to look out for: air leakage, seal failure, and rotted wood. Outdated windows can make your interior very uncomfortable—especially during hot summers and cold winters. However, it can also leave you with expensive energy bills.
Installing new windows can be a breeze with the right team on your side. From choosing the best window materials to understanding the installation process, you can learn all about window replacements from one of our amazing team members, Hector:
Are your gutters looking flaky or faded? It may be time for a replacement. Other signs of needing new gutters include any separation of your gutter system from the fascia or noticeable leaks. You should also be aware of the state of your fascia, which is what your gutter system attaches to, so you can figure out if you need to replace that before you get new gutters.
IJoin Brian, a professional D-Wing contractor, to learn more about fascia, gutter types, gauges, downspouts, and more, so you can go through the process with the ultimate peace of mind:
Your roof system sees a lot of wear and tear from season to season, so how do you know when enough is enough and it’s time for a replacement? Some noticeable signs to keep an eye out for include loose shingles, granule loss, leaks, and water damage.
Two of the most common types of roof shingles you’ll see on most roofs are three-tab shingles and architectural shingles. Ready to learn more? Join John from the D-Wing Construction team to get more insight on all things roofing:
Siding can make an enormous difference in your energy bills all year long, keeping your home warm in the winter and cooler in the summer.
Installing new siding can be an easy, painless process when you work with the professionals, and the results will last for years and years. From choosing the type of siding that will insulate your home and boost your curb appeal to understanding the installation itself, learn more about siding from our team member Brian.