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Kiani Contracting

3 Reviews

“Roof was replaced including some plywood. Mr. Kiani explained all work that was done and the exact price from the sta...”

Serving New York, NY
As you look down on New York, you see buildings upon buildings. Kiani Contracting knows New York and knows buildings – from roofing to concrete, we do it all. For both residential and commercial general contracting needs, Kiani can do it. Give us a call for a free consultation and find out how we ...

WP Bluestone Inc

8 Reviews

“Sidewalk replacement and asphalt repair on commercial properties Contractor was veryresponsive, fairly priced and di...”

Serving New York, NY
Here at WP Bluestone Inc. Exceeding Our Customers Expectations is our Number one Priority •Fully Licensed and Insured •Department of Buildings Registered General Contractor •Department of Transportation Registered General Contractor. •In House Permit Expediting. •In House Construc...

Al-Arsh Construction Corp.

Serving New York, NY License: 1220185
Al-Arsh Construction Corp. has been a dependable name in construction since 1993. Al-Arsh is a Class A General Contractor who specializes in the construction of commercial and residential buildings. We are committed to providing the customer with the highest quality construction in order to obtain a...

KBJ Construction

Serving New York, NY
KBJ Construction: You've Found Us! You have found just what you are looking for. Welcome to KBJ Construction, a company which is well recognized as the builder of choice for residential and commercial building. We are leaders and trend- setters in designing and building commercial and residential pr...

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75 Maiden Lane, Suite 325, New York, NY 10038
1 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038

Centex Builders, Inc. is the number one name in the construction industry you need to know. We do all types of construction from concrete to building ...

According to the New York City Department of Transportation, homeowners are responsible for their own sidewalks. That means that if your sidewalk is cracking or falling apart, don’t count on the city to repair it. You’ll have to hire a New York, New York concrete contractor and pay for it out of your own pocket. And what’s more, the law states that property owners are “potentially liable for personal injuries caused by their failure to maintain reasonably safe sidewalks.” The same is true for snow removal – the burden is on the homeowner. So the next time it snows or your sidewalk is damaged, be sure to contact a New York concrete company.