ACTHA (Association of Condominium, Townhouse and Homeowners Associations) focuses solely on community associations throughout Illinois. For more than 25 years, they have helped their members solve day-to-day challenges and capitalize on longer-term opportunities. Most of all, they take a personal approach—to education, networking and leadership development. They advocate in Springfield on behalf of their member associations. And they can direct members to an array of resources that make communities stronger, more enjoyable places to live. ACTHA is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Each board member is a community association unit owner who brings a wealth of personal and professional knowledge to ACTHA. Now more than ever, ACTHA is the most authoritative, cost-effective organization supporting Illinois condominium, townhouse, cooperative and homeowner associations. With practical help and real-world tools available from ACHTA, you and your association can function much more effectively and efficiently.
To learn more, visit: www.actha.org
ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) is a community of people driven by a common love for design and committed to the belief that interior design, as a service to people, is a powerful, multi-faceted profession that can positively change people's lives. Through education, knowledge sharing, advocacy, community building and outreach, the Society strives to advance the interior design profession and, in the process, to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to positively change people's lives. Its more than 36,000 members engage in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 48 chapters throughout the United States and Canada.
To learn more, visit: www.asid.org
Angie's List is a word-of-mouth network for consumers Angie's List is a growing collection of homeowners' real-life experiences with local service companies. The people who join Angie's List are like you — looking for a way to find trustworthy companies that perform high-quality work. Because Angie's List relies on its members' experiences, reviews aren't submitted anonymously. Of course members' information is kept confidential on the List, but reports are made available to the companies who have been reviewed. Since there are always two sides to every story, companies can respond to reviews, helping make sure that members get all the information they need to make a hiring decision. Additionally, members can only report on a specific company once every six months, ensuring no one can "stack the deck" in favor of or against a company. Finally, all reviews submitted by members go through a team of Angie's List staff who look for any irregularities or red flags. Occasionally, we can catch service companies reporting on their own businesses. Those companies are reprimanded and the reports are promptly and permanently removed from the List. Consumers support Angie's List: Companies don't pay to be on Angie's List. Angie's List is a consumer-driven service and is supported by our members. Members pay a monthly or annual membership fee to access the ratings on the List. Through Angie's List, you have the ability to quickly and easily tell thousands of other Angie's List members about your experiences with a company. That's really great news for the companies that do quality work - and not so great news for the companies that don't. So when contractors know that you're an Angie's List member, we've found that you're more likely to get a quick call back, the crews show up on time and work is completed faster.
To learn more, visit: www.angieslist.com
BBB is the authority on trust in the marketplace. BBB sets and upholds high standards for ethical marketplace behavior. BBB accreditation is a coveted honor earned by elite businesses and charities. BBB is the preeminent resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses and charities. Our free BBB Reliability Reports and BBB Wise Giving Reports help you make the right purchasing or donation decision. BBB is also a significant distributor of consumer and business education information and tips and alerts about marketplace scams. And BBB offers dispute resolution programs for consumers and businesses when there is difference in viewpoints.
To learn more, visit: www.bbb.org
The Illinois Chapter of Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business, and networking needs of community associations in the Chicagoland Area. Members include condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and products to associations. The Illinois Chapter has over 1100 members including nearly 270 businesses, and over 500 community associations Board members and unit owners representing over 100,000 homeowners. The Illinois Chapter is one of 56 Community Associations Institute chapters in the nation.
To learn more, visit: www.cai-illinois.org
WDDA- Window and Door Dealers Alliance
As the foremost group representing the residential window and door replacement dealer, the WDDA represents a multi-billion industry. The primary mission of the WDDA is to represent the interests of retail, wholesale and installing dealers of new and replacement windows, doors, skylights and related building products.
To learn more, visit: www.wddalliance.org
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With over 400 custom sized windows, 180 patio doors and masonry repairs needed in conjunction with the window installations, it was very important we find the right people to work with. After evaluating several window companies and their offerings, it was clear WWD had the knowledge, the product and the interest in us to take on our project. The WWD crew worked well with our mason contractor and Phase One was completed without issues on time and on budget. We look forward to working with the WWD team again and have already approved the contract for Phase Two of our project.
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