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126 41st St
Brooklyn, NY 11232
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Egnatia Construction Inc

Egnatia Construction provides professional and high quality service in remodeling and construction. We are a local company based in Brooklyn, NY and have been in business for 10 years. Egnatia Construction has completed projects in all 5 boroughs ranging from beautiful high rise Penthouses in Williamsburg, Historical Brownstones in Park Slope, Colonial Homes with a view of the lake in Staten Island and many more while never treating a job too big or small to handle.We welcome you to contact us with any questions regarding any renovations you might be interested in having Egnatia Construction do. At Egnatia Construction we believe in customer satisfaction which is always been our number one goal.

From BuildZoom: Egnatia Construction Inc, 126 41st St, Brooklyn, NY (Owned by: Jimmy Lopari) holds a Home Improvement Contractor license and 2 other licenses according to the New York license board.

Their BuildZoom score of 157 ranks in the top 1% of 77,888 New York licensed contractors.

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Egnatia Construction Inc Brooklyn

Quality

157
99th percentile
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Egnatia Construction Inc has a BuildZoom score of 157, which places them above 99% of 77,888 contractors in New York.

Activity

3 projects
2019
2 projects
2018
Our building permit records indicate that Egnatia Construction Inc has worked on at least 5 projects over the past 3 years.

Experience

3 projects
Kitchen remodels
Analyzing permits over the last 4 years shows that Egnatia Construction Inc mostly works on kitchen remodel projects.

Pricing

2 projects
$20k-$50k
1 project
$100k-$250k
1 project
$250k-$500k
1 project
$500k-$1mil
Value Not Public: 0 projects
The typical size of their permits is approximately $147,500. This graph shows the distribution of these job values.
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Egnatia Construction Inc Reviews
5 out of 5 stars, based on 20 reviews

  • By
    November 11, 2020
    bathroom remodel
    $18,000
    Verified Hire

    After having contracted our NYC co op bathroom to a previous inadequate contactor we were left with a mess. I was reluctant to use buildzoom but I had to take the chance as we live in CT. I was very skeptical. All contractors we had estimate the job were extremely over priced. Jimmy from Egnatia Construction gave us the only fair price. He was professional. He answered every call or text in more than adequate time. Since it is a coop there was alot of paperwork along with substantial insurance requirements. He completed and dealt with all of it. He also had all requirements needed to work in a co-op. When he came to do the work he continued until it was finished. He left the job each day with the area cleaned up that he was working in. I highly recommend Jimmy from Egnatia no question about it.

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    August 16, 2017
    Deck and fencing, bathroom, and ventilation in basement wall for electric dryer
    $18,000

    I hired Jimmy and his team to put in a new backyard deck with French doors in April 2017 as well as bathroom repairs and a ventilation spot in the basement wall for an electric dryer. This was a complicated job because it involved knocking down a wall and redoing the deck twice. Once for NYC engineering approval and once to meet my specifications.

    Jimmy and his team were great professionals to deal with. His estimates were detailed and on point. When additional costs arose we talked about it and came to a completely reasonable arrangement. The deck, bathroom and ventilation in basement wall still looks great three months later.

    There were a few things that needed to be touched on after the job was done but he came and completed them in reasonable time and with no complaint.

    If there is one area of improvement, it would be ensuring that we are both on the same page when it came to materials/colors used on the deck. We did, though, come to a very just and reasonable agreement which was handled professionally.

    I would definitely use Egnatia Construction again and would definitely recommend him to anyone who is considering a project.

    Hey Jim! I'll give you a call soon. I got another project :)

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    July 14, 2017
    Bathroom Remodel

    Jimmy did a *wonderful* job on our bathroom reno from beginning to end. He honored the original budget quote (no surprise increases), helped us with our design decisions, recommended materials to suit our preferences, and the new finished bathroom looks truly fantastic. He and his team hung plastic to keep the dust out of the other rooms and did a good job of cleaning up. He also handled all the paperwork/licensing for our co-op board. After they were finished and gone I noticed a few small things needed tending to and Jimmy was more than happy to come back and take care of them right away with no complaints. We will absolutely use him again for home renovations and highly recommend him for your next project.

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    June 19, 2017
    Considered for High-End Retail Build Out - Millwork

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    October 6, 2016
    Kitchen Remodel
    $38,550
    15 days

    We hired Egnatia Construction to do a kitchen renovation on our Brooklyn apartment. Amit helped us on designing the kitchen on they showroom. The crew came in everyday to work and they did a very good job. From demo to the finish there was no surprises everything went very smooth. It been over a few months since we finish the project and we like our kitchen. Our next project is the bathroom and definitely we are hiring Egnatia Construction again.

    Response from Egnatia Construction Inc October 6, 2016
    Thank you very much for the support
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    October 5, 2016
    $45,000
    20 days

    After a few weeks of looking for a contractor to do a kitchen renovation for our house we came across Egnatia Construction through the store we purchased the cabinets. We had them come and do a side visit, and discuss the idea we had for our kitchen design. Amit and Jimmy were very detailed about work and gave us all the different possibilities we had about the project. We hired them and after a few days the work started on the kitchen. The crewmen came every day in time and worked through the day without making any damages to the rest of the house. They did everything what we decided in the beginning without any surprise. We definitely will use Egnatia Construction on our next project, and give they number to our friends and family.

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    October 5, 2016
    full bathroom renovation
    18 days

    I met with three different contractors and Egnatia Construction was by far the most professional and affordable. The guys were always on time and cleaned the job site before they left every day. They finished the project on time and on the budget as I was afraid that they might charge me more after starting, but they didn't ask for a penny more. I hired them to do a full bathroom renovation. I am very glad I hired them and would highly recommend them to give them a shot. Thank you for everything Egnatia for making my Bathroom look like one that belongs to a luxurious hotel.

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    October 5, 2016
    Bathroom Remodel
    5 days

    We hired Jimmy and his team to re-tile our bathroom. They did an incredible job. I am very skeptical about hiring contractors but when Jimmy came to the house to give us an estimate, I just felt comfortable and was able to trust him, and it paid off. He communicated with us the entire time, and addressed all of our concerns. Not only did he complete the job for a reasonable price, and he finished two days sooner then he had initially advised. We would definitely use him again in the future. We highly recommend this company.

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    July 2, 2016
    Verified Hire

    I hired Egnatia to remodel 2 1/2 baths and other work in my Manhattan apartment. They were outstanding. First, here's the work they had done: renovated 2 1/2 bathrooms (remove the tub, build shower stall, replaced 3 toilets, sinks, medicine cabinets and tile floors and walls). Other work done included built-in shelves and a bar in the living room, desk/work area in the 2nd bedroom and ceiling lights installed in the master bedroom. The end result is perfect and just as my wife and I wanted it. Regarding the people and process, I received an estimate and a payment schedule, they said it would take 60 days. All was done on time and with no hidden or surprise costs. The final invoices were the same as the original quote. George and Daniel did the majority of the work and showed up every day, on time. They worked all day with minimal breaks, they worked hard, steady and on time. They cleaned up at the end of each day. There are so many horror stories of work being started then they get a second job and show up only a couple of days per week, that is not the case here. They showed up every day, and I was in daily text contact with Jimmy (my main contact who did some of the work), on the status and what to expect the next couple of days. My wife and I felt very comfortable with them in the apartment, we were out of town several times and did not hesitate to leave them a key to access the apartment and continue the work. I would highly recommend Egnatia Construction. I would gladly share my experiences via email, rayrabny@yahoo.com. I hit a home run with these guys. And they know how to get things done in Manhattan, which is a very difficult place to do business due to the hassle the building managing companies and co-op boards put you through. If I ever have more work to be done I would call them and no one else.

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    August 27, 2015

    Did not get in touch with me

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    July 31, 2015
    full apartment renovation
    95 days
    WORST EVER CONTRACT VIOLATOR

    IT HAS BEEN A NIGHTMARE & WE NOW HAVE TO HIRE ANOTHER CONTRACTOR TO FINISH THE JOB THEY ABANDONED. STAY FAR AWAY.

    Full remodel of apartment my mother was planning on putting on the market months ago. Their constant and inexcusable delays and utter failure to complete the work adequately (or at all) on several levels has made this impossible for the time being. They performed the majority of the job while we were out of the country. After a few months getting approval through the co-op board, they began on February 9th, 2015, telling me they would finish within three weeks to a month. Amit Singh, one of the co-owners (who falsely claimed he was overseeing the work but seems to have rarely even been at the apartment), emailed me demanding that he be paid according to this imagined schedule which I mistakenly did. Sadly, they made no attempt to adhere to either the schedule or their false promises. I trusted him and paid for the entire remodel in full about 3 weeks into the project because I wanted to make sure it was taken care of before I left the country. We were still living in the apartment for the first week or two and noticed that the workmen were not friendly and barely even made eye contact, which we found bizarre. Amit came to the apartment once or twice, very briefly, during that period, but we were wondering why the work was so slow and incredibly behind schedule. There was no foreman or manager even watching the men. I soon found out that Amit has laughably unreasonable excuses for everything under the sun. After we moved out, we returned in the evening a few times because we did not want to disturb the renovation but still wanted to see what was happening. We kept seeing a computer/DVD player charger with changing rainbow LED lights and a smiley face plugged in various rooms. Why would a workman need anything but a phone? Also, we disconnected the internet connection in January because we were planning to move, so there is a limited amount he could have been doing aside from playing a DVD. One evening after we had vacated the property, I returned to clean out leftover toiletries from the bathroom cupboard (that they were contractually obligated to varnish but never did) when I saw a DVD upside down towards the back of the bottom shelf. It was a Spanish language bisexual "men in uniform" p*** DVD. I was so shocked and disgusted. I did not initially even mention this incident to Amit because I did not want to offend or embarrass him. Talk about a violation - bringing that to a job site is not only offensive but is obviously crossing the line. A few weeks later, after Amit had cashed the final check he had demanded under false pretenses that the work was on schedule (the very day I left it - it never should have been cashed until the work was done - his "excuse" was that he was afraid he might lose it..), he began acting unfriendly out of the blue and being stubborn, so I mentioned the DVD. I thought he would be grateful to know to at least some degree. No response - very odd (but not at all, in hindsight). I also found out after our return from being abroad that only 1 or 2 men were working almost immediately after we had moved out of the apartment, so it all made sense. They must have sent all their decent workers to other jobs and phoned in this renovation, which is extremely offensive being that we are two women who paid them early and never bothered them at all. We were always incredibly gracious to them and to their workers. Clearly, this was not a mutual feeling as they and their workers have no respect at all. The apartment was a dirty disaster when I came back and both of the owners, Amit and Xhemali Lopari, have flatly refused to even look at the damage and incomplete work. Tellingly, Amit also ignored the building manager's request that he and/or the superintendednt be notified of he first electrical inspection. Just abrasive responses (and utterly disregarding about 95% of the issues) to my photographic proof of their negligence - they have offered NOTHING. He even claimed that the apartment was pristine when he checked it (an impossibility) and that anything that happened when they were not there is not their fault! He was last there on May 15th, we returned from being out of the country just 4 days later, and immediately contacted him. The ONLY other person who has access to the apartment is the superintendent, and any visitors must check in with the doormen (we had no visitors as we were away). Everything is documented. And why would a homeowner damage an apartment that they were hoping to sell - the entire point of this renovation?! Amit absurdly insinuated that such a thing had occurred. Among the list of grievances: paint & grout everywhere, broken doors and tub, unscripted carpet, cracked varnish & baseboards, missing baseboards, cracked tiles, peeling paint, mismatched & nonfunctional light switches, ruined window shades, and a stolen towel rack & toilet paper holder, etc.

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    June 11, 2015

    Ahmed and his associate were proffesional , and they have knowledge of their trade

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    May 31, 2015

    No response yet

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    January 8, 2015
    $16,000
    24 days

    I was amazed by the professionalism and the value that egnatia team offered for my kitchen project. I got a great value for my project and the managers Jimmy and Amit were always very patient and showed care for my project and home. I would highly recommend this company to anyone that needs a project done.

  • By
    August 31, 2014
    $18,500
    30 days

    I am not paid by these guys but I cannot say enough good things about them. I got a bunch of bids for the significant work I wanted done, then found them through their reputation and asked them to match. They underbid the cheapest by $1000. They did all work on time, on schedule, and were amazingly responsive to any questions I had during the process. Jimmy treated my house as if it were his own, and ensured it was treated well, cleaned up every day, kept a positive relationship with my Super/ Coop Management and even looked out for me when an outside electrician was dragging his feet. This was a huge remodel for me and my wallet, and they were clearly concerned and empathetic about it. The whole process, they would give me alternatives and make real recommendations on what was, and was not worth the money. I will use them again and refer them to friends.

  • By
    October 12, 2013

    The best company you can do work with. They are very responsible when it comes to work

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Notable Building Permits filed by Egnatia Construction Inc

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A1 - alteration type 1
2019-05-16
Alteration type 1 - inter renovation of partions gwb tilework plumbing fixture replacement, trim, kitchen cabinet replacement and cosmetic finishes throughout. exterior: one story vertical extension window replacement and facade work as indicated reduce occupancy from two to one family dwelling
Valuation:
$512,000
Permit #:
321830505-01-AL
Status:
issued
Fee:
$1,488
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
B9-2 family dwelling
A1 - alteration type 1
2018-02-06
Alteration type 1 - interior renovation consisting of partitions gwb kitchen cabinet replacement plumbing fixture replacement and cosmetic finishes throughout.reduce occupancy to a two family residence
Valuation:
$338,250
Permit #:
123062700-01-AL
Status:
issued
Fee:
$3,760
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
A9-1 family dwelling
A2 - alteration type 2
2018-03-09
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. renovation of apartment. 8b. work to include minor interior demolition of non-bearing walls kitchen doors and bathroom finishes and fixtures. installation of new kitchen flooring walls doors new and replacement plumbing fixtures installation of new finishes and millwork as per plans filed herewith. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$147,500
Permit #:
240214629-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$1,738
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
D4-elevator apart...
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-11-29
Alteration type 2 - gc & structural interior renovation for apartment 530e. non load bearing partition work and finish work. reconfigure existing private interior non egress stair.mechanical exhaust work. plumbing work for new bathroom and renovation of kitchen. no change to use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$152,000
Permit #:
122220382-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$1,779
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
D0-elevator apart...
Alteration type 2 - mech/hvac interior renovation for apartment 530e. non load bearing partition work and finish work. reconfigure existing private interior non egress stair.mechanical exhaust work. plumbing work for new bathroom and renovation of kitchen. no change to use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$152,000
Permit #:
122220382-01-EW-MH
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,779
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residence - resid...
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. general interior renovation of apartments 1f and 2r. relocate kitchens in each apartment and provide new appliances; new bathroom fixtures. new interior stair in 1f to new recreational room in cellar. no change in use egress and occupancy
Valuation:
$127,550
Permit #:
340237648-01-EW-OT
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,532
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residence - resid...
Alteration type 1 - construction equipment - fence change use of first floor from residential to mercantile (use group 6); remove non-bearing partitions on 001; remove brick at first floor front wall and replace with aluminum and glass storefront
Valuation:
$150,000
Permit #:
321061532-01-EQ-FN
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,974
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
R-2 - residential...
Equipment work
2015-04-13
General interior renovation of apartments 1f and 2r. relocate kitchens in each apartment and provide new appliances; new bathroom fixtures. new interior stair in 1f to new recreational room in cellar. no change in use egress and occupancy
Valuation:
$127,550
Permit #:
340237648
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$1,532
Permit Type:
Other-general con...
Building Type:
N/A
Alteration
2015-07-15
Alteration type 1 - construction equipment - fence we are filing this application in order to convert two family dwelling to one family dwelling and construct a small one story extension approx 60 sq ft extension and dormer at rear
Valuation:
$95,000
Permit #:
421077569-01-EQ-FN
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$794
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
R-3 - residential...
Alteration type 1 - moderate selective interior renovation of partitions plumbing fixture replacement trimwork gwb and cosmetic finishes.exterior work remove existing rear yard shed. reconfigure existing two family dwelling
Valuation:
$205,950
Permit #:
321008477-01-AL
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - PARTIAL JOB
Fee:
$1,205
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
R-3 - residential...
Alteration type 1 - change use of first floor from residential to mercantile (use group 6); remove non-bearing partitions on 001; remove brick at first floor front wall and replace with aluminum and glass storefront
Valuation:
$150,000
Permit #:
321061532-01-AL
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,974
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
R-2 - residential...
Moderate selective interior renovation of partitions plumbing fixture replacement trimwork gwb and cosmetic finishes.exterior work remove existing rear yard shed. reconfigure existing two family dwelling
Valuation:
$205,950
Permit #:
321008477
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$1,205
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Alteration
2015-07-15
Alteration type 1 - we are filing this application in order to convert two family dwelling to one family dwelling and construct a small one story extension approx 60 sq ft extension and dormer at rear
Valuation:
$95,000
Permit #:
421077569-01-AL
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$794
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
R-3 - residential...
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-02-08
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. renkvation of an existing manufacturing space on the 1st floor. new non structural interior partitions. sprinkler work. no plumbing work. no change of use occupancy or egress
Valuation:
$15,000
Permit #:
421419272-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$368
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
F5-factory/indstrial
Change use of first floor from residential to mercantile (use group 6); remove non-bearing partitions on 001; remove brick at first floor front wall and replace with aluminum and glass storefront
Valuation:
$150,000
Permit #:
321061532
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$1,974
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-11-22
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. application is filed for the repair of a wood frame covered porch & brick egress stair on an existing 3 story 5 family & commercial use building.also to address violations #35194964k #35194965m 34856916j #35225786x #35225787h #35221398x #35222050j #35234924j #35149882y #35221399h #35170662z #35170663k #35170664m #35180233j
Valuation:
$10,000
Permit #:
520306570-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$143
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
C2-walk-up apartment
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. installation of commercial kitchen hood and exhaust duct as per submitted drawings in conjunction with application #220364451. no change in occupancy use or egress
Valuation:
$8,500
Permit #:
220527589-01-EW-OT
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - PARTIAL JOB
Fee:
$306
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Commercial - comm...
A2 - alteration type 2
2015-09-14
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. interior renovation of existing 3 story building in 3rd floor. repace flooring tile plumbing fixtures and painting. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$11,000
Permit #:
340300622-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$161
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
C0-walk-up apartment
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. interior renovation to commercial space of existing building at cellar and first floor.new partitions plumbing work, mechanical work no change in egress use and occupancy
Valuation:
$110,000
Permit #:
340037294-01-EW-OT
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,347
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Commercial - comm...
Application filed herewith to combine apartments 19e & 19f. general construction and plumbing work as per plans. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$98,500
Permit #:
321043349
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$1,233
Permit Type:
Other-general con...
Building Type:
N/A
Alteration type 2 - mech/hvac interior renovation to commercial space of existing building at cellar and first floor.new partitions plumbing work, mechanical work no change in egress use and occupancy
Valuation:
$110,000
Permit #:
340037294-01-EW-MH
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$1,347
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Commercial - comm...
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. this application is filed for legalization of cellar layout and address the violations. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$19,500
Permit #:
421419735-01-EW-OT
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - PARTIAL JOB
Fee:
$207
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residence - resid...
Alteration
2014-02-20
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. misc renovations to combine spaces on 2nd floor. work includes new non load bearing partitions new finishes and new plumbing fixtures. no change to use occupancy or egress
Valuation:
$15,000
Permit #:
320948445-01-EW-OT
Status:
PERMIT ISSUED - ENTIRE JOB/WORK
Fee:
$368
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Commercial - comm...
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-05-16
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. interior renovation of existing bathroom to comply with violation #34707970l. no changes to use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$20,000
Permit #:
321519745-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$419
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-04-20
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. filing to install new siding door and steps to access yard of one family dwelling. no change to occupancy, egress, or use
Valuation:
$10,000
Permit #:
421472187-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$143
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
A5-1 family dwelling
Equipment work
2015-09-14
Interior renovation of existing 3 story building in 3rd floor. repace flooring tile plumbing fixtures and painting. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$11,000
Permit #:
340300622
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$161
Permit Type:
Other-general con...
Building Type:
N/A
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. application is for the interior non-structural renovation of apartment #23 at fourth floor as per plans submitted herewith. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$30,000
Permit #:
420966592-01-EW-OT
Status:
SIGNED OFF
Fee:
$523
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residence - resid...
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. interior renovation of existing commercial. space u.g.#6 as per plans: minor plumbing work new counters and shelves. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$22,000
Permit #:
420944107-01-EW-OT
Status:
SIGNED OFF
Fee:
$440
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residence - resid...
A2 - alteration type 2
2017-07-27
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. yu residence:rearrange interior non-bearing partitions install wall and floor finishes in apartment 5a as per plans filed herewith. no change in use occupancy or egress under this application
Valuation:
$10,000
Permit #:
123306216-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$317
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
C6-walk-up apartment
Equipment work
2014-02-20
Misc renovations to combine spaces on 2nd floor. work includes new non load bearing partitions new finishes and new plumbing fixtures. no change to use occupancy or egress
Valuation:
$15,000
Permit #:
320948445
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$368
Permit Type:
Other-general con...
Building Type:
N/A
Equipment work
2017-05-15
Interior renovation of existing bathroom to comply with violation #34707970l. no changes to use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$20,000
Permit #:
321519745
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$420
Permit Type:
Other-general con...
Building Type:
N/A
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. combine apartments 19e & 19f. gen. constr. and plumbing work
Valuation:
$210,000
Permit #:
321043349-01-EW-OT
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Multi-family dwel...
Alteration type 1 - change use of 1st floor from residential to mercantile
Valuation:
$150,000
Permit #:
321061532-01-EN-FN
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Commercial building
R-3 2 family dwelling. residential. general contractor plumbing electrical
Valuation:
$400,000
Permit #:
321008477-01-AL
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Multi-family dwel...
Change use of 1st floor from residential to mercantile with storefront
Valuation:
$150,000
Permit #:
321061532-01-AL
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Commercial
Building Type:
Commercial building
A3 - alteration type 3
2012-10-15
Alteration type 3 - gen. constr. minor renovation work to reduce existing outside porch in rear yard. no change in use egress or occupancy
Valuation:
$8,000
Permit #:
320560718-01-AL
Status:
issued
Fee:
$145
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
B3-2 family dwelling
A2 - alteration type 2
2019-04-30
Alteration type 2 - mech/hvac interior renovation to unit 6c. no change to use occupancy or egress
Valuation:
$27,830
Permit #:
123755622-01-EW-MH
Status:
issued
Fee:
$483
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
D0-elevator apart...
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr application is filed for the repair of a wood frame covered porch & brick egress stair on an existing 3 story 5 family & commercial use building.also to address violations #35194964k #35194965m 34856916j #35225786x #35225787h #35221398x #35222050j #35234924j #35149882y #35221399h #35170662z #35170663k #35170664m #35180233j
Valuation:
$10,000
Permit #:
N/A
Status:
N/A
Fee:
$143
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
A2 - alteration type 2
2019-04-30
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr. interior renovation to unit 6c. no change to use occupancy or egress
Valuation:
$27,830
Permit #:
123755622-01-EW-OT
Status:
issued
Fee:
$483
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
D0-elevator apart...

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  Why is crown molding so much more expensive to install than baseboards? Why is crown molding so much more expensive to install than baseboards?
A:
   Crown molding is harder to install than base molding. Correctly making complex cuts at the corners is crucial to make crown moldings look good when installed. They also require 2 people to install them. It also depends on the height of the ceilings. The higher the ceiling, the more expensive it is to install crown moldings. The same goes with the details in the moldings. If you are installing crown moldings which require 2-3 moldings placed together, it is going to cost more as well. One last thing we would like to add is that crown moldings are one of the architectural features that really add value to your home. They add a visual presence that can make most homes feel more upscale.
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  What are the most complicated aspects of an addition? Connecting the electrical? HVAC? Matching the exterior? What are the most complicated aspects of an addition? Connecting the electrical? HVAC? Matching the exterior?
A:
   Running the plumbing is one the most complicated aspects of an addition. The electrical can be easy if you have space on the panel for the new lines of the addition. If you don't have space in the panel, it may by expensive because you may have to upgrade the panel as well. The HVAC can be expensive if your existing unit is not big enough to cover the new addition. Matching the exterior may vary, depending on what type of exterior you have.
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  What precautions should I take before demo-ing my bathroom tile and changing out the vanity/toilet? What precautions should I take before demo-ing my bathroom tile and changing out the vanity/toilet?
A:
   Personal Safety Gear is number one. Second, make sure the main water line is shut-off, because you don't want any water leaking in your home.
Q:
  What are the best ways to make sure my bathroom is remodeled to be leak proof? What are the best ways to make sure my bathroom is remodeled to be leak proof?
A:
   The best product to use is laticrete 9235 complete kit
Q:
  How can I tell if a wall is load bearing? How can I tell if a wall is load bearing?
A:
   Hi John, There are a few ways to identify a load bearing wall. Most often, any wall that runs perpendicular to floor joists will be a load bearing wall, while those that lay parallel to floor joists are not. Another visual cue of load bearing walls are those that end in large posts or columns. If you have any doubt at all as to which walls in your home are load bearing walls, consult with a professional prior to doing any modifying. Hope this helped. Amit Singh Egnatia Construction Inc.
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  What do contractors think of Ikea cabinets? Are they a good value or should they be avoided? What do contractors think of Ikea cabinets? Are they a good value or should they be avoided?
A:
   If you can avoid them and find something similar looking for the same amount of money it will be the best thing. After a while they start tearing in the corners
Q:
  How do I post a review for a contractor on BuildZoom? How do I post a review for a contractor on BuildZoom?
A:
   You should be as honest as possible. You should start write about the first time you met the contractor; while the project as on going and how you felt about the work they did when the project was completed. A few examples as what you can write about would be: How was the communication between you and the contractor Did the contractor present to you a detail breakdown of the cost/ scope of work How did the contractor deal with change orders Would you recommend the contractor to friends and family Ask the contractor which site he uses the most so that you can write the review there. Hopefully its Buildzoom.
Q:
  What is the customer’s biggest concerns when hiring a contractor? What is the customer’s biggest concerns when hiring a contractor?
A:
   We usually are as detailed as soon when we present our estimates so that we can minimize change orders. You also need to verify what the contractor has delivered project within the time promised in his contract if there were no changes to the scope of work once the project begins by talking to past clients and also asking the contractor the size of his company. Communication is also a very important part of the process when working with a contractor. Try to find out how responsive he/she is to your communications. You can find out the quality of they work simply by reading their estimates. If the estimates are detailed, it would mean they have covered all aspects of the work to be done and will assure that the work will be taken care of in similar fashion.
Q:
  what is the thickness of thinset after tile has been set what is the thickness of thinset after tile has been set
A:
   It all depends on how leveled the walls or floors are. If the floors are not leveled, you can have minimum thinset on one end and 2" on the other end of the floor. The same applies for the walls. To make the job easy and to use minimal thinset, it very important that the subfloor/ mud job is leveled and the the walls are framed out right. Some contractors would instead use a lot of thinset to leveled out their surfaces which is not the right thing to do; basically they are thinking that they are cutting a step in the process but instead end up paying more for thinset.
Q:
  What is the best way to reinforce the back wall of the house which is separating from the party wall? What is the best way to reinforce the back wall of the house which is separating from the party wall?
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Q:
  What have you found to be the most effective way to use BuildZoom? What have you found to be the most effective way to use BuildZoom?
A:
   We have been using Buildzoom for about a year now and it works great for us. We realized that keeping the status of your leads updated really helps, so whenever we receive new leads, we follow up with them immediately and if we feel that we can not considering the job anymore, we close that lead. Which in return allows buildzoom to send us more leads. You will be surprised as to how many leads Buildzoom can send you in a day. Unlike other sites, their leads are real customers looking to do some serious work.
Q:
  What do you guys like most about BuildZoom? What do you guys like most about BuildZoom?
A:
   All their leads generated are real leads. As a contractor, we have spent tens of thousands of dollars on many other lead generating websites but none come close to what Buildzoom can provide. As a business stand point, it's the best marketing money we have spent. The site has paid us over 100x. Thank you Buildzoom.
Q:
  What is an appropriate down payment for having work done to my home? What is an appropriate down payment for having work done to my home?
A:
   It depends what kind of work you are getting done. If its a small job, the contractor might ask for a 50% upfront and the rest at completion. If the job is of a bigger nature then, you should probably do 5% at signing of the contract so that the contractor knows that you are serious about hiring them and additional 10-15% on the 1st day or completion of the demolition. The rest of the payments should be tied to the progress of the work and once the phase is completed to the owners satisfaction. The end payment should be between 10-15% as well. Make sure the payment plan is written on the contract you sign.
Q:
  How much down payment should I give the contractor before a job has started? How much down payment should I give the contractor before a job has started?
A:
   Hi Sage, We are general contractors based our of NYC. Depending on the size of the job, we usually ask for 5% at signing , 10% at the start of the job and tie all other payments to the progress of the project. So if we want to collect another 20%, we have to make sure our walls and rough-in is done. and all progress payment schedule are written in our contract documents. This is usually for project in the $50000-$500000. For smaller projects, like a bathroom or kitchen remodel in the $18000-$50000, we usually do 5% at signing, 10% at start of project, 25 at rough-ins/25 walls/25 tiling or painting/10 at completion
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  What is the approximate price per square foot for a new home construction in New York City, NY? What is the approximate price per square foot for a new home construction in New York City, NY?
A:
   It depends where you are and how much you would like to spend on building the house. We are General Contractors based in NYC and are used to seeing prices ranging anywhere from $100 sq/ft to $475 sq/ft. It all comes down to what kind of finishes you want and the quality of the materials you purchase for the project. It also depends on the amount of experience the contractor has. Obviously, someone who is just starting out new without any references and experience might charge you lesser than someone who has been doing this for many years.
Q:
  Foundation or roof, which is more important? Foundation or roof, which is more important?
A:
   Both are just as important but definetely the foundation is more important. There would be no reason to build anything else if the foundation is not secure. I don't think anyone wants to live in a house where there is foundation problems. You will want to address the roof right after that as well.
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