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- JB General ContractingThe work that they did was excellent they did it the way I wanted it done.I would Recommend Jb general contracting to everyone.also the owner Joe makes sure that I was happy with the work.I give him 5 stars and thumbs up on his job well done
- T. Barkocy LLC Skylights and Specialty Roofing and Siding ServicesExcellent job. Tom was great to work with and knows how to do the job right. Very happy with the results.
- Century stone incCentury stone are a pleasure to work with. They worked on a multi unit commercial building for me and handled the restoration and repair of difficult marbles. Very professional, quick, and efficient.
- BK Iron WorksGreat customer service. Him and his team delivered urgent work without compromising on the details. He displayed a highly consistent level of performance in your work. Although we knew what we wanted, he also shared his opinions and solutions how he would make it better! Great delivery of products. Amazing job well done! I would highly recommend this company
- BK Iron WorksProfessional, and reliable. Very detail-oriented, definitely recommending this company for other projects!
- BK Iron WorksBK Iron Works was very professional and did a fantastic job. I really appreciated how efficient everyone was they got the job done in no time.
- BK Iron WorksExcellant! We signed a contract and two days later Brendon arrived with fabricated material. His team welded and secured our outdoor deck with metal brackets, installed grab rail on a circular staircase and even completed some of work outside the contract for us so we could pass inspection. All within a day. They are very professional and knowledgable
- Bloomfield Cooling Heating & Electric IncThis was my first major project following the purchase of a century-old townhouse. The former owners used steam radiators and at least five window air conditioners for heating and cooling, respectively. I decided to keep the steam heat, but add air ducts throughout the house and a new central air conditioning system. I placed bids with three different companies. Due to the nature of the house (space is stacked vertically), two of the companies specified that two separate systems would be needed, as one large system would be extremely difficult to balance for a uniform temperature and humidity throughout the house. I chose to go with Bloomfield based in part on the owner, who performed the initial analysis. He didn?t come across as a smooth-talking salesman, but someone who clearly wanted to create a good, finished product. He had a plainspoken confidence about his work, and asked me the most questions about my needs of the three contractors. Work commenced on 15 October 2012. After I provided the foreman with the keys, they let themselves in and locked up after they were done each day. I let them know it was okay to track mud and dust on the hardwood floors, since I?d need to clean them after moving in anyway, but they were still pretty conscientious about neatness. At the end of the project, the office manager explicitly asked me on the phone if they had been wearing their protective booties throughout the project, which seems to be one of their hallmarks. Drop cloths were used from the basement entrance up three floors to the attic. I stopped by every two or three days to check on the progress, and found that the house was mostly swept up after they left each day. The evaporator (the indoor piece) and the duct work were all finished within the time specified. However, I was called by the owner of the company partway through the project to ask me to follow up with the town on a missing survey, which was holding up the final permits. He was not willing to risk a confrontation with the town by installing the condenser (the outdoor component of the system) without that permit. This was perfectly understandable, but I wish this had been addressed much earlier on in the process. I spoke with no fewer than five people within the town offices to find out what was required. In the end, I was able to re-use an old survey from a project in the 1980s that the town still had on file, since there were no material changes to the property in that time. Once that was cleared up, the condenser was installed and hooked up the evaporator. The contractors installed a gutter drainpipe down the side of the house to protect and hide the small pipes. Partway through the project, I decided where I wanted to put the bed in the master bedroom (something I hadn?t considered two months earlier), and decided to change the location of the duct and louver in that room as a result. We found a mutually agreeable location for the new opening, and the old hole was patched up neatly (for an extra charge, since the old hole is where I initially agreed to place it). Another modification was the addition of a small return air duct in a closet that I chose to make a data closet (computer networking hardware). The foreman agreed to add it for no charge, as the original spec called for an air duct in the downstairs bathroom, and it would have taken a lot of work to get it down there. That bathroom already has a vent fan to the outside, so I could live without that air duct. (The rest of the rooms on the floor are still fully cooled.) Also had a programmable thermostat installed to replace the first-floor thermostat from the 1970s that controlled the boiler. The foreman originally chose a less programmable model, but I had him install a nicer unit. But I liked his thinking: he chose the less programmable model because it was large enough to cover the space left on the wall by the thermostat, without exposing the two generations of wall paint around it. The only problem I had with the installation, other than how the permits were handled by the town, was in the electric hookups in the attic used to add a light and an electrical socket near the evaporator (to make future servicing of the unit much easier). During a subsequent visit by an electrician to clean up unrelated small items around the house, that electrician commented on the quality of a connection that Bloomfield?s electrician made with a junction box. I will chalk this up to a professional difference of opinion, as the town electrical inspector did not comment on it when he approved it. The finished product was neatly installed and paid attention to the quirks in the building style and design. I can?t fully test the functionality of the system (late October isn?t known for warm outdoor temperatures here), but I?m looking forward to that in another two or three months. The installation was done in a timely manner, was neat and attractive, and the workers seemed to have the neatness of the finished work in mind throughout the project?s execution. The price wasn?t the absolute best (price shown does not include $209 in permits), but the workmanship suggests that it?s worth it. If I decide to add another system for the basement level in a year or two, I will go to Bloomfield first
- Bloomfield Cooling Heating & Electric IncWe wanted to add central ac and a new furnace to our 1890 3-story house with forced air. We received two quotes for the job and both were within a couple hundred dollars of a each other. Both said we'd need two systems. One for downstairs and one for 2/3 floors and new duct work for upstairs. We went with Bloomfield for two reasons. 1) their quote had a little more detail than the other quote so I was able to research the machines they would install. And Michael gave us three quotes "good" "better" " best" and we were able to compare. (We went with best). 2) customer service was excellent. It's a lot of money to spend so I had a lot of questions. I always spoke to same person at office and either had immediate answers or she got back to me quickly. Also Michael inspired a lot of confidence in my wife who's the one who met him for estimate. He gave her a lot of useful information was detailed and easy to talk to. Finally the crew that did installation was courteous, professional and efficient. And going back to customer service when we had a minor glitch in ac after they had finished, they sent a guy over who immediately fixed it. We are very happy with them. If you're thinking of getting ac in time for summer I suggest you book early. Both companies we looked at had 1.5 month delays before they could install. Final thing: If you're a tech nut like me and want a Nest thermometer Bloomfield won't install it. I get the impression they've had customers who have had nest and had negative experience. But I installed two nest thermostats myself (easy) and they're working fine. Bloomfield does offer a couple wi fi thermostats that look good and when you have one therm on 3rd floor and one on 1st it really helps to be able to adjust the temp from your phone or computer
- Bloomfield Cooling Heating & Electric IncGood estimate process. Willing to work on price. Dates were quick considering it was the summer time. Job went a day over but all in workers were polite and efficient.
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- Emergency Works710 9th Ave
New York, New York 10019
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- 3A Contracting Corp.4835 61st Street
Queens, New York 11377
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- A GFLUCEY LTD1221 MAGIE AVE SUITE 10C
Union, New Jersey 07083
- AAAA Aaron Repair Service LLC330 Lake Champlain Dr
Little Egg Harbor Twp, New Jersey 08087
- Air-Lite Home Center212-57 Jamaica Ave
Queens Village, New York 11428
- AMERICAN GLASS & METAL155 PASSAIC ST
Hackensack, New Jersey 07601
- ANTIQUE LIGHTHOUSE2148 E. Tucker St 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19125
- ARTISTIC IRON WORKS LLC11 REYNOLDS ST
Norwalk, Connecticut 06855
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- Century stone inc16 Beverly Rd
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632
- CHAIR CARE PATIO FURNITURE RESTORATION CO80 KENDALL ST
East Haven, Connecticut 06512
- Classic Copper Works9443 Cossey Road
Houston, Texas 77070
- CUSTOM METAL PRODUCTS764 MADISON ST
Brooklyn, New York 11221
- Custom Welding & Design147 King St
Brooklyn, New York 11231
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- D&G WELDING & IRON WORKS INC1949 RICHMOND TERR
Staten Island, New York 10302
- David Frank Home Improvement and Restoration915 Lacey Rd
Forked River, New Jersey 08731
- Decorative Iron Works73 Belmont Ave
Paterson, New Jersey 07522
- DL RESTORATION & BUILDERS CORP7050 Austin St. L117
Forest Hills, New York 11375
- D&G WELDING & IRON WORKS INC
- HANSEN ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION CO INC99-79 164th Road
Howard Beach, New York 11414
- HANSEN ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION CO INC
- Olympus Painting LLC41 1st St
Dover, New Jersey 07801
- Olympus Painting LLC
- Rarebreed Mechanical, LLCP.O. Box 985
Bronx, New York 10462
- Rodman Construction Group29 Clarksburg Rd
Clarksburg, New Jersey 08510
- Roman Roofing Inc65 Dean St
Hicksville, New York 11801
- Roofmaster NYC Inc582 19th St
Brooklyn, New York 11218
- Royal Metal & Marble Restoration12 Commerce Street
Norwalk, Connecticut 06850
- Rarebreed Mechanical, LLC
- Sur Fence Carpentry and Paint121 Cottage Rd 401 smith ridge south salem 10590
Carmel, New York 10512
- Sur Fence Carpentry and Paint
- Westway Iron Works IncPO Box 183
Crompond, New York 10517
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