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DeCarlo Construction 
Company, Inc.

175 North Maple Avenue
Elmhurst, IL 60126-2616

Cell. 630.927.5252 
Office. 630.832.5250

About Us

As a general contracting company, 95% of our projects encompass monitoring the entire project. We specialize in the design and build of basements, kitchens, baths and entire home renovations. We work with architects and interior designers on interior remodeling projects as well as complete home additions. There is no project in your home that we can't handle.

We specialize in:

  • Additions, Basements, Bathrooms, Kitchens and Commercial build-out
  • Drywall and plaster repair, Electrical, Painting and Plumbing
  • Design and build, General Contracting
  • Gutters, soffit and fascia
  • Tile & Hardwood floors
  • Decks, Siding, and Window replacement
  • Total home renovations
  • We specialize in the design and build of basements, kitchens and bathrooms, which dovetails into any aspect of home remodeling.
  • In short, we can handle any remodeling project that you may have in your home
About the Owner:

I (Frank DeCarlo) have been around the construction industry all of my life. My father was a general contractor. My brother and I used to go to work with him on the weekends when we were still in grammar school. The logo on his business card had two lions holding a plaque that read “quality and service first”. I never really paid much attention to it as a child. When I was around sixteen I asked him about the logo. His answer has stuck with me ever since. He told me that the work you do is a testament to who you are as a man.

He believed that an exceptional contractor always kept two things in mind and both were essential to a successful business: quality of workmanship and customer service. I completely agree and I run my business with those two concepts as my own personal blueprint. Should I ever have a lapse of memory, all I need to do is look at my business card. It’s two lions holding a plaque.

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