PAINTING & HANDYMAN SERVICES IN HACKENSACK, NJ
Hackensack is a city in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, and serves as its county seat. It was officially named New Barbadoes Township until 1921, though it was informally known as Hackensack. *
Hackensack is an inner suburb of New York City, located about 12 miles NW of Midtown Manhattan and around 7 miles from George Washington Bridge. The New York City skyline can be seen from a number of locations in Hackensack.
Within the borders, a great diversity of neighborhoods and land uses exist within close proximity of each other.
The Hackensack University Medical Center, stately older homes, older two-family neighborhoods, large apartment complexes, the Bergen County Jail, various parks and a nature preserve, large office buildings, a and a small-city downtown district all add to the charm of the area.
With over 43,000 people residing in the city, there is a wide variety of ethnic population. In fact, many immigrants chose Hackensack as their initial destination which lead to the great ethnic diversity of the area.
As of 2008, a little over 37% of the population was foreign-born. Over half of the population speaks only English in their home and over 30% speak Spanish.*
Painting & Handyman Contractors in Hackensack
Painting the exterior or interior of your home is a great way to improve your property. The cost is low and the return is optimal. Hiring a professional who works with quality, durable products is a must if you wish to get the maximum return for your dollar.
The finishes will be outstanding, won’t need to be fixed or artfully corrected later, and will be more durable. We provide the following services to customers in the area:
- Residential & Commercial Painting
- Interior & Exterior Painting
- Deck Re-Finishing
- Wood Staining
- Texture & Faux Painting
- Handyman Services
- Drywall & Plaster Repairs
- Wall Paper Removal
- Popcorn Ceiling Removal
- Power Washing
- Gutter Cleaning
- Bathroom Remodeling
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Deck Re-Finishing in Hackensack
Re-sealing the wood is important if you don’t want to have to replace your deck any time soon. Your deck can be painted or stained and sealed. Either way, the surface of the wood will need to be restored first, with any damage being repaired.
Once the repairs are made and specific areas are silicone sealed, you’ll need the entire deck resealed. Some people prefer to see the wood in a natural state, so staining and sealing will be done. Otherwise you can have your deck painted with a long-lasting paint meant for decks and exterior high traffic areas.