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Renovation General Contractors

Best General Contracting services in Pound Ridge, NY

We researched 27 Pound Ridge Renovation General Contractors to help source a professional for you. Here are the best rated and reviewed General Contracting services in Pound Ridge.

27
renovation general contractors serve the Pound Ridge area
23
have been in business for 3+ years
4
are highly rated by multiple sources
Pound Ridge Renovation General Contractors who aren't Pro.com Certified but rate highly from multiple sources
Top Hammer Construction
78 Cove Rd, South Salem, NY 10590
Top Hammer Construction Corp. has served the South Salem, New York, area for more than 30 years with a long-established... Read more
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Gaines Construction Co Inc
32-A Berwick Ct, Fairfield, CT 06825
Gaines Construction Co., Inc. was established in 1970 by Raymond E. Gaines, Sr. At the inception of Gaines... Read more
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Carpentry and Handyman Concepts
192 New Canaan Ave, Norwalk, CT 06850
For over 20 years as a full scale remodeling company, Carpentry & Handyman Concepts, LLC has completed job after job... Read more
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Wagner Pools
101 Noroton Ave, Darien, CT 06820
The year was 1919. America was in its heyday, Hollywood introduced “talkies”, John D. Rockefeller amassed vast... Read more
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Labor cost of general contracting projects in Pound Ridge

Based on data from thousands of home projects
  • Paint a Room
    144 sqft
    $417 - $445
  • Install or Replace Toilet
    Standard freestanding toilet
    $260 - $260
  • Install or Replace Driveway
    $0 - $0
  • Add Room or Second Story
    400 sqft
    Requires On-Site Estimate
  • Remove Wallpaper
    10 ft
    $514 - $549

What general contractors do

  1. General contractors are allowed to do all types of construction work except electrical, which must be done by a licensed electrician.

  2. General contractors usually cost more but can save you major hassle on complex jobs requiring broad expertise and coordination between disciplines.

  3. General contractors tend to have some expertise on staff but subcontract on average 60% of their labor.