About Chicago Renovation
Home Remodeling Experts
The Construction Process
Chicago Renovation has been a “top choice” for years in Chicago and the suburbs. While most claim to be experts, CRD has the team, experience and integrity to turn your dreams into reality
If you have a home remodeling project, we are more than happy to help.
CRD has worked the gamut from gutting and renovating 1800’s-era landmark residences in Chicago to kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, home remodeling and building new construction along the North Shore including: Skokie, Lincolnwood, Glenview, North Brook, Deerfield, Evanston, Highland Park, Winnetka, Wilmette, Niles, Glencoe and Chicago. Every home remodeling job brings a family of craftsmen to the scene who have worked on countless Chicago home remodeling and renovation jobs. They bring not only their craft but the integral work ethic of high quality and integrity that makes Chicago Renovation & Development the company that it is today.
Brad Ashman Biography
Brad Ashman was born in Chicago, Illinois, raised in the Chicago Land area, and graduated from Deerfield High School in 1979. While attending the University of Illinois, he undertook his first remodeling job, falling in love with the process. This small project ignited a passion for construction and Brad has worked in this field ever since. After graduating with a degree in business, Brad went to work for a large construction firm. He rose quickly through the ranks and within two years became a partner, handling sales in addition to overseeing project management. In 1999 Brad started his own firm, Chicago Renovation & Development, and his passion took on a whole new meaning when CRD began earning and keeping loyal clients of its own. Brad’s “tell it how it is” mentality coupled with his equally passionate (not to mention dedicated) crew has helped countless individuals and families realize their dream of “making space worth living”.
” [Brad’s] got the credentials… the background… the character… the determination… ”
-Tom Carroll (Wood Dale)