Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Needed: Masonry Contractor

It is not easy looking for reputable and trustworthy construction company these days. I have heard about a lot of horror stories where contractors left their clients at the lurch and at a point of desperation and sometimes bankruptcy. Being in the construction business myself, I am very careful with my work estimates and job description so as to be fair for my client and myself.

That being said, a cousin of mine recently bought an old house somewhere in Connecticut. He is in a quandary because the house needs a lot of masonry repair as there are very visible gaps and tear seen on the walls. As he is fairly new in the area, he has no one to ask for a contractor recommendation. I told him to hop over to for his needs. Hartford Masonry has been a trusted name in that line and even has a $1,000,000 liability insurance for their client's protection. They offer specialized work in:Chimney Cleanings & Repairs, Stainless Steel Chimney Liners Installed, Repointing / Rebuilding, Masonry Repair, Chimney Caps Installed. It is always best to be clear with your contractor his licenses, insurances and other pertinent legal papers before you sign the final contract. See to it that you and your contractor see eye to eye on the job description and estimates.

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