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Re: Contractor needed for historic exterior work
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ENP construction. I picked up their card after watching them do the restoration work on the cornice above PJ Ryan's last year.
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You might also consider contacting the JC Landmarks Preservation Board--they give out preservation awards every year. I doubt they'd give specific recommendations but could give you the names and info of the award winners, who could then point you to their contractors.

http://jclandmarks.org/

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You might want to contact Dan or Brian at the Historic Office, 201-547-5010 or 5050.

While I am sure they cannot recommend specific contractors they may be able to give you contacts for contractors they have worked with.

I suppose you could also look at Angies List, though i dont know how helpful that would be.

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Can anyone recommend a licensed contractor who can do wood exterior work to historic standards? It's a permitted job and working from architectural drawings.

Thanks!

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