My experience with Bill O'Malley the owner was fantastic. Car was done on time, the tint is perfect and he was willing to take time to discuss another project I was considering. His willingness...
The Shadow Man LLC
1117 Highway 33
West Bend WI 53095
West Bend WI 53095
- Mon: 8am-5pm
- Tue: 8am-5pm
- Wed: 8am-5pm
- Thu: 8am-5pm
- Fri: 8am-5pm
The Shadow Man does amazing work! He has incredible attention to detail. Is on time, and the job is done right. I would highly recommend his window tinting skills. He is a professional who...
Bill is the best!.. I've dealt with other window tint "specialists" before, but will never use anyone else again. He obviously takes pride in what he does, and doesn't bullshit you. If it's not...
Before the arrival of European settlers in southeastern Wisconsin, the Potawatomi and Menominee Indians inhabited the land now occupied by the city of West Bend.
In 1845, the Wisconsin Territorial Legislature authorized the building of a road to connect Fond du Lac and Milwaukee. Byron Kilbourn, one of the highway commissioners, and Jasper Vliet, a surveyor, were put in charge of determining the route the road would take and of identifying a good halfway point for travelers. The path they chose is now U.S. Route 45 and the rest stop is present-day West Bend. Because many people used the resting place, it evolved into a popular area. The Milwaukee River running through the town eventually played a major role in the city's history. It was because of the western bend in the river that West Bend got its name. The river also produced enough energy to power saw mills and gristmills. Early buildings included Holy Angels Catholic Church, built in 1852 at the corner of Hickory and 7th. In 1866 this building was converted into a school, and a new church was built at Elm and 7th under the direction of Reverend Johann Baptist Reindl (1827–1891). The railroad arrived in 1873, bringing with it more settlers and industrialization. At this time, West Bend saw a growth spurt, and in 1885 the city officially became an incorporated Wisconsin community.