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Renovationyc

132 4th Avenue, New York, NY 10003
Renovationyc was established in 2000 in Manhattan as an offshoot of our Horizon Window Treatments, a premiere windows treatment company. We discovered that many of our clients needed a more comprehensive design and contracting service to truly transform their apartment into the place they wanted to ...

JCC Inc.

35 Reviews

“Hired JCC to build us a 12'x4' TV console and a large china cabinet. We are very particular and have relatively high...”

120 Riverside Blvd., New York, NY 10069
With more than 25 years of experience in residential and commercial construction JCC, Inc. is a fully licensed and insured company founded on 3 principals -- we provide the highest quality work, complete projects on time and stay within our client's budget. No project is too big or too small. We ...

Ashbahian Design LLC

347 West 36th Street Suite 301, New York, NY 10018

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Whether you’re building a deck, overhang or an outdoor table, you should consider pressure-treated wood. According to New York, New York carpentry contractors, the majority of pressure-treated wood is yellow pine. The wood is durable and can survive the elements because it’s treated with a special formula of insecticide-preservative. Pressure-treated wood comes in a variety of qualities, but New York carpenters recommend using Grade No. 1 for railings and benches, and Grade No. 2 or better for decks and other weight-bearing structures. While pressure-treated wood sounds appealing, many people don’t like it because of its greenish color that turns gray over time. However, if you don’t want your wood to decay or warp, there aren’t many alternatives.