Since 1990, Excellent Construction has provided quality restoration to property owners, building management firms, architects and engineers. We specialize in historic preservation projects ranging from residential and commercial properties to landmark apartment buildings.
Excellent Contracting LLC is a licensed NYC general contractor. We specialize in exterior façade repair and restoration. Our specialties include brownstone, brick and general masonry work. Our goal is to provide our clients with the highest quality work in the most cost efficient way.
We put our expertise, experience, and integrity into every project we work on. Our masons have over combined 150 years of experience. Our attention to detail is what make us one of the leading brownstone restoration specialists in NYC.
The Excellent team is open, candid and truthful. Being transparent and honest with clients are their number one priority.
The Excellent Team’s word is their bond. They do what they say, and live up to the highest standards of fairness and ethical behavior.
The Excellent Team work hard to earn their client’s trust and respect on every project they undertake.
Thanks for all your excellent work we will recommend you for sure around the hood and will be in touch about the stoop railing, still hoping neighbor will share cost.
Just thought I’d share our thought about the stairs–we think ( including Franny who’s here for the week) that they are stunning, in every way — an artistic & a technical point of view, both up close and from across the street. Aesthetically they are beautiful — our guys are masterful, and, the color is perfect with our fresh paint colors – we’re the prettiest house on the block!
The stoop looks fantastic. THANK YOU SO MUCH
We love you work and professionalism!!
It was a pleasure to work with you and your team. You guys are very professional and delivered as proposed, and always kept us informed of timetable and process.
Brooklyn may be known for brownstones, but it’s dominated by brick houses. Regular maintenance is needed to keep the...
June 18, 2017