Originated by German settlers, Long Grove had a great German population and even carried a German name of Muttersholz. During World War I the town was renamed to Long Grove and its citizens began to speak more English to avoid prejudice prosecution and discrimination but the towns leaders decided to keep the authenticity of the town by designing their structures in the design of first buildings. To this day Long Grove avoids building superstores and requires small businesses to build their stores in 1880’s fashion and design.
To keep the authenticity of the town requires a lot of work by the engineers. To make the town look better a little bit of old school requires a little bit of new school. Our company will provide your home with clean windows and gutters to make the history look bright and beautiful.