Wheaton is a suburb of Chicago located about 30 miles west of the city. In 1867, Wheaton was voted as the DuPage county government seat, taking the place of Naperville.
Wheaton was named after early settlers Jesse and Warren Wheaton, who claimed the land in 1838. Consequently, Warren Wheaton became Wheaton’s first president, and the nationally accredited college Wheaton College was built in honor of him.
Wheaton has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. It now boasts over 53,000 people and is conveniently located within the Chicago metropolitan area. There are many attractions and places to visit that are unique, including the DuPage County Historical Museum, Cosley Zoo, and Cantigny Park.
Carmody Construction is a family-owned business that has been in operation since 1948. We specialize in home-improvement and offer services in room remodeling, siding, roofing, and window in Wheaton and its surrounding areas.
We offer free one-on-one consultations and aim to provide our clients with top-quality materials and labor. Our installers are professional, knowledgeable, and diligent. No matter what project you want to take on, Carmody Construction can make your vision a reality in no time.
Remodeling services in Wheaton include, but are not limited to- bathroom remodeling, kitchen remodeling, and basement remodeling. Whether it be touch-ups or a home makeover, Carmody Construction can assist you every step of the way.
For top-of-the-line construction and home-improvement in Wheaton, contact Carmody Construction today!
Our staff is expertly trained and seasoned in coordinating with insurance companies in order to maximize your home owners insurance claims from HAIL and WIND damage to catastrophic loss. We are a preferred contractor with many of the major insurance companies. Contact us today in order to negotiate on your behalf.
We provide quality and custom remodeling work for families and businesses throughout the Naperville, Oswego, Aurora and Surrounding Suburbs.
“Very professional. Explained things so that the normal person not associated with construction could easily understand. Good sense of humor.”- Rich F. More Reviews