About the Contractor
Joseph Barna General And Building Contractor operates out of Weatherly, PA and holds a New Homes Additions Remolding... license according to the Pennsylvania contractors license board.
Joseph Barna General And Building Contractor has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 125,106 contractors in Pennsylvania.
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Electrical for family room addition and relocate existing main pane... more
Electrical for family room addition and relocate existing main panel to edison approved location.
Classic Home Remodeling is a full service construction company ranging from New Construction, to Home Remodeling Services. We understand that no t... more Classic Home Remodeling is a full service construction company ranging from New Construction, to Home Remodeling Services. We understand that no two projects are alike, and that each project is tailored to the unique needs of each client. Classic Home Remodeling is unique in its capabilities, as we have combined the knowledge of both design and construction. We are experienced in giving clients the quality design elements they search for and the efficient construction they deserve. We understand that the blueprint of a project is just as important as the project itself. That is why we develop accurate pre-construction budgets, as well as efficient and cost-saving construction methods to help assure each project is completed in a timely manner and stays within budget. We perform all tasks with our own team of skilled craftsmen, and effectively manage our projects during construction.
Master & guest bath remodels
Master & guest bath remodels
Because we are a Class A Builder, we have many different employees with IICRC Certification in different fields, and a Certified Thermographer on s... more Because we are a Class A Builder, we have many different employees with IICRC Certification in different fields, and a Certified Thermographer on staff. We have the ability to build from the ground up using properly trained and certified employees on staff to ensure accurate building practices and proper use of Building Envelope systems. Should a catastrophe arise such as water, fire, or mold these same certified employees can handle the remediation and our Class A Builder License ensures the damages are restored to pre-loss condition using proper building practices. By using Personal Touch Services Inc. you are ensured the best of both worlds. We service Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk and a few other areas of Hampton Roads. We specialize in Fire, Water, Smoke and Storm Restoration, as well as building additions, renovations and fencing. We are Mold Remediation Specialists and we are EPA Certified for Lead Renovation.
Repairs ice/snow damaged roof at existing screened porch per scope ... more
Repairs ice/snow damaged roof at existing screened porch per scope of work. all materials like for like or greater in same location.
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