Master Carpenter

Innovators, LLC

Bronx, NY

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About Innovators, LLC

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I'm a master carpenter with a full team of skilled tradesmen, fully licensed and insured with $2,000,000.00 general liability, workers comp and disability. I take pride in all of our work.

From small to large scale projects, I complete them to perfection to assure that my customers keep coming back and send everyone they know to me for a lifetime.

I do all types of carpentry, including framing and final trim work for commercial and residential remodeling and new construction projects.

Including, but not limited to, the following services:

* Flooring
* Cabinets
* TV Installation
* Door Installation
* Wall Removal
* Wall Addition
* Paneling
* Framing
* Building Additions
* Painting
* Refinishing
* Skim Coating
* Electrical
* Plumbing

I own and have extended knowledge of power tools and hand tools. I can comprehend and correctly assess blueprints, and I can work under time sensitive conditions.

I am OSHA certified, site safety training. I have my NYC construction super licence. I have worksite management for large scale construction projects of 10-50 tradesmen working at once.

* Site Safety Manager Certification - Worksite Safety
* Lead Renovator Initial
* ALC Environmental
* Lead Safety Training
* NYC 16 Hours Use Course
* Hanging and Operating Scaffolding

I am one of the best carpenters NYC has to offer.

Location

2504 Olinville Ave, 4e
Bronx, NY 10467

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Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. I would tell them that it is always best to get at least three quotes from different carpenters. It's like an interview process, you shouldn't just choose whomever comes first, but the one that represents themselves and their work in a professional manner that suits your project needs. Even though you wont choose the other two, they may have given you ideas to improve your project.

Additionally it's good to research on who you're hiring, a simple google search can provide a plethora of information, from great reviews to terrible ones, and any negative or positive information about their character.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. If the shoe were on the other foot, and I was a customer instead of a carpenter I would hope that I would know at least some of the NYC building regulations. It seems that too often I have customers that have hired "inexpensive, reliable and effective" carpenters that in the end, have short changed them and provided shoddy work that violates NYC building regulations and have to pay even more money to repair the "renovations" that these other carpenters have effectively ruined.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. I think it's important to ask and know a persons credentials and experience before hiring them, your home isn't a practice workshop, it's your home. So I would suggest asking questions pertaining to what you need done in your home. Here are some examples of what I'd ask.

Have you done ____ before?

Do you have any references dealing with this type of project? any photos?

How long have you worked in this field?

May I see your credentials? License, certificate, ect.


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