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Eden General Construction is EPA Certified as a Lead Base Renovator

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Eden General Construction Inc. is proud to announce they have recently been certified as a Lead Base Renovator by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Bronx, NY, January 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Eden General Construction Inc. is proud to announce they have recently been certified as a Lead Base Renovator by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA...

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Eden General Construction is EPA Certified as a Lead Base Renovator

Jan 28 2014, 2:02am CST | by

Eden General Construction Inc. is proud to announce they have recently been certified as a Lead Base Renovator by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Bronx, NY, January 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Eden General Construction Inc. is proud to announce they have recently been certified as a Lead Base Renovator by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They are a leading general, roofing, brick, concrete and masonry contractor in New York City and service surrounding areas, including the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, and Yonkers. Whatever the job, Eden General Construction will deliver first-class workmanship that will exceed all expectations without going over budget. They pride themselves in their work and understand the importance of quality and keeping a schedule. They do it right the first time.

Eden General Construction provides a vast array of general construction services for commercial and residential customers all over NYC and within a 100 mile radius that will include New Jersey and Connecticut. The contractors at Eden General Construction are skilled in many areas and have years of experience. In addition to general construction, the team of contractors is experienced in concrete work, including curbs, gutters, foundations and slabs. Some of Eden General Construction's residential services include roofing, cement work, and sidewalk design and repair. Their commercial expertise includes demolition, violation removals, and new constructions.

Browse the Eden General Construction website to get in-depth information about their commercial and residential construction services or give them a call at 1-212-369-6666.

About Eden General Construction Inc. : Eden General Construction’s mission is to become the top roofing and concrete contractor in New York City. Their service is unmatched, and 75 percent of their business comes from homeowners. They offer a monthly newsletter, Around the House News, that offers tips and advice from professional contractors. The newsletter contains several areas of interest, including home care and tips for around the house. They are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and an EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm.

Contact Information:
Eden General Construction, Inc.
Adeel Shuja
212-369-6666
Contact via Email
www.contractorinny.com

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