E & N Enterprises, Inc.
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E & N Enterprise did a great job on my house during Super Storm Sandy. My neighbors tree fell on my roof & then another tree crashed through my dining room window. Mike was at my house the night that it happened to tarp the roof to prevent water in the house. He arrived the next morning to remove the tree and start repairs. He worked with our insurance company to make sure that all work was covered. Mike's work is perfect & efficient.Mar 11, 2014
I've hired ENN for quite a few jobs in the past. They have fixed a simple problem like a leaking shower trap to designing and constructing my beautiful full finished basement. No job to big or too small. Mike Damato does quality work and is a true professional. Thanks Mike!Oct 7, 2010Verified
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We constantly research the latest materials, technology and applications used in the industry to achieve the best end result possible.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Be careful who you deal with! Does the contractor explain what needs to be done and why it needs to be done that way? Do they have verifiable references? Does the price seem too good to be true? If it does, in most cases, it usually is. Are they clear in their proposals by stating, in writing, exactly what work will be performed and what materials will be used? These are just some of the questions that may help them choose an honest and trustworthy contractor. We'll answer all of the above questions, as well as any other concerns they may have.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?In today's economy, many contractors will come in with an extremely low bid to get the job. Once you have signed the contract and given up hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, you will likely be faced with one or more of four scenarios; 1) The "contractor" will use sub-standard (also known as builders grade) materials. Thus a sub-standard end result. 2) They will tell you that certain aspects of the job WERE NOT included in the estimate and inform you that there will be an extra charge for the work if you want it done. (a.k.a. "Back-ending" the job. Make sure your estimate/contract is detailed and every aspect of what you expect is covered in writing. Have the contractor go over it with you and don't be afraid to ask questions. Remember, You're the Boss!) 3) The "contractor" has very little or no experience and will not perform the work to code. Ask for references and licensing information. 4) They will leave the job incomplete or simply disappear with your money altogether, leaving you "high and dry". E & N Enterprises, Inc. has over 30 years advanced experience in all phases of the trade. We are licensed, insured and have plenty of references. We'll gladly sit with you and explain the details of the project. We address any questions/concerns you may have BEFORE we get started! Peace of mind for you means peace of mind for us.