ANSWERS FOR YOUR QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions from our clients.
A: Yes! we are fully licensed and insured. Our NYC Home Improvement License Number: 2049861-DCA and we carry General Liability & Disability and Worker’s Compensation insurance coverage. We also have DOB tracking number to pull permits from NYCDOB.
A: Yes! you can. We provide consultation, job site visit and estimate for free.
A: Typically with in 24 – 48 hours of the initial job site visit depends on the work load.
A: No, unfortunately we do not offer any financing options right now. However, We accept a variety of payment options, including credit cards, Zelle, checks, and cash.
A: Yes, in most cases we ask to cover the cost of materials, we will either request the deposit for that amount, or offer you to purchase materials directly. Each of our proposal will provide details on required deposits and payment schedule.
A: Yes! We do offer warranty after completion of the project. We register Trex materials with Trex manufacturer to make sure your project materials are covered.
A: The cost of any project can vary greatly depending on factors such as location, size, materials used, and labor costs.
A: Yes! we are certified Trex PRO Builder. Please click the link below:
A: When choosing a deck builder, there are several factors to consider, including:
License and insurance: Make sure the deck builder is licensed and insured to protect yourself and your property.
Our NYC Home Improvement License Number: 2049861-DCA and we carry General Liability & Disability and Worker’s Compensation insurance coverage.
Experience and portfolio: Look for a deck builder with a solid track record of experience and a portfolio of completed projects to ensure they have the skills and expertise you’re looking for.
30+ custom decking and continues…
Communication and customer service: A good deck builder should be easy to communicate with and responsive to your needs and concerns. Look for a builder who is committed to providing excellent customer service.
Quality of materials: Choose a deck builder who uses high-quality materials to ensure your deck is durable and long-lasting.
Certified Trex Pro deck builder.
It’s important to do your research and choose a deck builder who meets your needs and expectations. A well-built deck can provide years of enjoyment, so take the time to choose a builder who will deliver the results you want.
A: The extent of the damage will determine if your deck can be repaired or if a full replacement is necessary. Our decking experts will assess the condition of your deck and recommend the best course of action.
A: It is recommended to have your roof inspected once a year to ensure that it is in good condition and to catch any problems early on.
A: Signs of a damaged roof include leaks, cracks, missing or damaged shingles, air or water bubbles in the roofing material, and visible mold or water damage.
A: A typical brownstone restoration project may involve several different steps, including but not limited to:
- Assessing the condition of the building and identifying any necessary repairs or complete façade restoration.
- Then chip off the damage brownstone with a powered chisel to create a solid base.
- Wash the prepared brownstone surface with water and
apply a slurry coat (bonding coat) over the rough surfaces.
- Then apply a layer of cement mix (Portland cement, sand, lime and other aggregates mix) scratch coat over slurry coat with notch trowel.
- The client will be provided with samples of the brownstone color to make their selection.
- After the scratch coat has cured (usually after 3-4 weeks depends on weather and other condition), the final coat of selected brownstone-colored cement will be applied and finished.
- Finally, to achieve the desired surface finishing, a light wash will be applied to the final brownstone work after 3-4 days of completion.
The specific scope of a brownstone restoration project will depend on the needs of each individual building and the goals of the owner.
A: The timeline of a brownstone restoration project can vary greatly depending on the size and complexity of the building, the scope of work, and other factors such as weather and availability of materials and labor. On average, a small to medium-sized brownstone restoration project may take several months to complete, while larger and more complex projects can take a year or more.
A: Our company specializes in brick, block and stone masonry for residential and commercial projects, including brick walls, retaining walls, concrete sidewalk, bluestone walkway, and paving.
A: Tuck pointing is a type of brick pointing where the old mortar is removed and carefully apply the new mortar to match the color and texture of the existing brickwork. The goal is to create an even, seamless appearance, making it difficult to differentiate the old from the new mortar. And YES, we offer this service as well. Our keen attention to detail, exceptional masonry skills, and techniques enable us to deliver outstanding tuckpointing services for our customer.