Roberto Clemente Plaza Bench Project

Over a year in the making, the 86 benches for the newly done Roberto Clemente Plaza in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, have been completed and almost all have been installed.

This has been a most challenging but infinitely satisfying project for us, and we are grateful for the privilege to have played a part in this project for the Bronx. 

Check it out... 

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In Record Time

Sometimes you have to bite the bullet and get a super rush job out no matter what.

What would normally take us weeks to finish was done in a few days thanks to the Herculean efforts of our crack team of builders, finishers and welders.

Client is happy and so are we! 

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Back. At. The. FLEA

After a two year absence, we are happily ensconced at the Brooklyn Flea @ Industry City in Sunset Park.

So come on over to see our products, chat about your custom project, or just say hi.

We look forward to seeing you again! 

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Made to Order

We've just delivered over 900 sq. ft. of beautiful Yellow Pine flooring (tongue and groove) and custom stair treads to a residence on the upper east side.  When the renovations are completed in this lovely townhouse, we're sure the floors will be a conversation piece.

Give us a call.  We can customize beautiful flooring for you as well!

One Reason to Love Auctions...

is because you can pickup such wonderful items.

Got this Fairbanks Morse & Co. platform balance scale last week.  Love it, love it, love it.

Thaddeus Fairbanks, an American inventor, invented the first platform balance scale in 1830, and established E & T Fairbanks & Company with his brother, Erastus.  Soon they were selling thousands of these scales not only in the U.S., where they were integral to the marine and railway industries, but also in Europe, South America and China.  Charles Morse joined the company in 1850 and the company became Fairbanks, Morse & Company.  The company expanded into manufacturing various products including radios, washing machines, power mowers, water heaters, etc.  Today, Fairbanks Morse manufacture diesel and dual-fuel engines.