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Whisler Contracting Services is your full-service building and remodeling contractor. We take our work very seriously, meeting and talking with each client about his or her concerns. 

Bryan started his business back in 2010. He went to Purdue University for his degree in Structural Engineering and did many years of creating designs and drafting projects for local commercial buildings as well as buildings across the state.   

Every member of our staff is experienced and certified. We hold ongoing training and safety seminars to ensure up-to-date styles and techniques. Whisler Contracting Services has over 18 years of experience in drafting and design work. Let our design team work with you to make your house into your dream home! 

Owner, Bryan Whisler, makes it a point to visit each job-site and discuss any questions or concerns with the client.  We want to provide each of our clients with a superior product at a great price.

*Stay cool this Summer! Replace those old drafty window with new energy efficient windows that will keep the cool air in and the hot sun out!

*Don't be square! Create a patio with curving edges to add character and a sense of informality to your outdoor living area. Curves are more relaxing and visually appealing.

*Try to get the most out of your remodeling efforts by focusing on projects that make a statement and pay off when it comes time to sell your home.

*Reminder that we have a page and an Angie's List page!

*Ugly stairs? Paint them! You'll be amazed at how it can change the feeling of your home!

* Remember to refer us to a friend and get up to 10% off your next project! 

*Whisler Contracting Services needs your help. We are asking all of our customers to submit a review to Angie's List on our behalf. Angie's List makes it easy. You can call 1-888-888-5478 and do it on the phone, you can fill out the attached form and send it in, or simply go to It's that easy! Thank you in advance.

*The best starting point for an addition is a wish list. Start the list by asking what problems you want the project to solve (more space) and what goals you want it to achieve (better indoor-outdoor access for entertaining). Once you've made the list, rank the improvements in order of priority. Knowing the end result will help your builder or contractor plan accordingly for items such as wiring, plumbing, and location.

*Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning easily represent the biggest portion of your home's utility expenses. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency strongly recommends that if your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old, or your heat pump or air-conditioner is more than 12 years old, you should replace them with new energy-efficient equipment.

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