Welcome to Greenstar Remodeling
Greenstar Remodeling is your innovative home remodeling partner with a focus on offering energy efficient solutions for your home, saving you money.
From roofing, siding and insulation to windows, doors, and decks, Greenstar Remodeling is one of Illinois’ leading remodelers concentrating on delivering environmentally friendly solutions at reasonable costs. We believe in recycling the used material from your project in order to minimize the impact of landfills in our area. This helps keep the Greater Fox Valley area looking great and contributes to materials going into new products being made.
Greenstar Remodeling knows that every house is different, so we don’t show up for your project consultation with a ”one size fits all” mentality. Our team members will go over the details of your renovation, then explain how your home will operate more efficiently when your project is complete.
Call us for your next project no matter how big or small and we’ll show you how you can go “green” and stay within your budget.
At Greenstar Remodeling we believe that every homeowner can save money and decrease their energy consumption, without compromising the aesthetics or character of their home. Together we can make the world a better place – one greener home at a time.
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Simply by providing quality craftsmanship and name-brand products, Greenstar was able to improve our home as well as the quality of life for our family. — Sara in Naperville
I am writing to thank you and your crews for the work that was done on my house. I was impressed with the quality of work and thoroughness of the crews. — Jerry in Lockport
Not only did they suggest recycled roofing materials that would care for our home for years to come, but almost 100% of the materials they removed from our home were taken to be recycled as well. — Mary in Geneva
One of the things that impressed me the most about Greenstar is that they really went the distance to provide true green solutions that would affect our energy usage to reduce our carbon footprint. — Joe in Batavia