We guarantee to work with you to ensure that each project is completed to your maximal satisfaction. We are dedicated to your construction needs. We work in well-timed fashion without jeopardizing the quality of our work. We hold ongoing training and safety seminars to ensure up-to-date styles and techniques. We are committed in helping you figure out what best fits your needs and we'll make sure to give you our best service at reasonable price and value as well in completing the job.
Khan Home Improvement is licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs of New York City, and lead-safe certified contractor in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene; Lead Safety for Remodeling, Repair, & Painting Work in Construction, and fully insured by Workers Compensation Liability & Disability Insurance.
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Khan Home Improvement is a source for professional construction service. We surpass in competition, in not only price, but value as well. Khan Home Improvement provides high quality and specialized service in all aspects of Interior & Exterior Home Renovation, Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Renovation, Co-op, Condo Apartment Renovation, Basement Finishing, Carpentry, Kitchen Cabinet Installation, Bathroom Tile Repair, Tile Installation, House Painting, Masonry Brick Works, Brick Pointing, Cement Stucco, Concrete Sidewalk Replacement Repair, Sidewalk Violation Removal, Brownstone Repair, and General Construction Service in Brooklyn, Queens, NYC (Manhattan), New York City.
Many clients look for lowest prices they get when they ask for estimates from contractors. Yes, it's about saving money, but it's not going to be worth it when you hire an unlicensed contractor. A licensed contractor is a very big factor. It lets you know that the contractor knows what he's doing, and that he has the knowledge of safety precautions. IT's also legal to take an action against them if they damage your house and won't compensate for it. If you hire an illegal contractor, keep in mind that you won't be totally safe, and that if they cause a damage to your house, you can't really take action against them. They were illegal in the first place.
You also have to look at how honest and reliable they are. Many contractors appear to be good at first, promising you the finest work they can give. They also require loads of money upfront. The first few days, they bring in the supplies and do small works. Then they don't come. You might leave a phone call with a polite message, and when days pass by, they still don't respond. Then you leave another phone call, this time not so politely, and then they respond with excuses saying that there was something wrong with the van or they were somewhere else, etc. Makes you think if they really cared about the job, they would have told you otherwise about what was happening.
That's why a licensed contractor is very important. But not all licensed contractors have their legal insurance. For example, some licensed contractors show insurance that doesn't belong to them. They borrow some other companies' insurance, sign an agreement with their client, and then perform the job. But if a damage occurs, you can't sue them, because the insurance isn't theirs. So there would be no way of getting back for what you paid. U.S. EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) has created a law that if contractors were to engage in construction work, they must have the certificate in order to work.
We have 25 years of experience in all interior and exterior, residential and commercial construction. Our works have always been complimented by both customers and strangers alike. With our crew of master craftspeople, we can help you create anything you want for your house. What makes our company successful is our crew of contractors who are trustworthy, as well as perfecting their skills while working on their part of the home project. We can help make your home project a hassle-free job, while making it beautiful the way you want. It will create strenuous amount of work, but fortunately, that what contractors are for. We can modernize your home with the latest technology out there. It's all about knowing how to make your home a better place to live in.
Lower East Side: 10002, Chinatown: 10002, Tribeca: 10013, East Soho Village: 10012, Greenwich Village, West Village: 10014, Flatiron District: 10011, Midtown: 10017, Upper East Side: 10075, East Harlem: 10029, Washington Heights: 10032, Hamilton Heights: 10031, Murray Hill: 10016, Stuyvesant Town: 10009, Garment District: 10018, Upper West Side: 10023/10025, and many more areas within New York City boroughs.
Ridgewood: 11385, Fresh Pond: 11385, Astoria: 11102/11105, Long Island City: 11101-11106, Hunters Point: 11101, Ditmars Steinway: 11005, Woodside: 11377, East Elmhurst: 11369, East Corona: 11368, Jackson Heights: 11372, North Corona: 11368, Rego Park: 11374, Forest Hills: 11375, Kew Gardens Hills: 11367, Jamaica, Fresh Meadows: 11365, Utopia, Flushing: 11251, 11352, 11354-11357,