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Historic 1913 Glenview IL Farmhouse Gets Amazing Makeover

1913 Glenview IL Home
1913 Glenview IL Home
Glenview, Il. (December 10, 2013) — A century-old Glenview home successfully completed it’s extensive exterior restoration courtesy of Chicagoland home exterior company A.B. Edward Enterprises, Inc. Originally built in 1913, the house is a two-story framed #farmhouse.
 
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“These are the types of projects our company loves performing,” said Bo Mikuta, president of A.B. Edward. “When we met with the client we discussed the scope of the remodel, reviewed a list of project changes, and put together a workable budget, and we were very excited to be chosen as the sole contractor.”

Remodeling this farmhouse required a myriad of exterior services, all provided by the one contractor. A.B. Edward rebuilt the porch entirely and restored the brick foundation. A.B. Edward also installed GAF roofing shingles, Pella windows, and James Hardie lap and shake siding.

The complete list of services performed for the farmhouse’s renovation include the following:


The Glenview farmhouse was built in 1913. It went on the market in 1961 with a non-conforming apartment on the second floor. A.B. Edward completed the exterior restoration in four months.

A.B. Edward has been family owned and operated since it began business in 2003. Serving the Chicagoland area’s home exterior needs, A.B. Edward is located in Wheeling, IL, and can be contacted at (847) 827-1605 or info@abedward.com.

“We are so happy with the look and feel of our remodeled exterior home. Thank you to everyone at AB Edward!”- See more at: http://bit.ly/1cAT9nl

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Billy December 11, 2013 at 10:15 AM
Looks wonderful! Really cool to see it alongside the vintage photo. Glenview has lost a number of historic homes/buildings over the past few decades, great to see this one restored.
Tommy Seilheimer December 11, 2013 at 10:42 AM
Billy, thank you for your message. We also loved seeing the 1913 photo. It really puts 100 years into perspective doesn't it! Amazing!

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