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Cosello Construction Inc.

Cosello Construction Inc. is family owned and operated providing quality home remodeling and home renovation services to Cherry Hill NJ and surrounding areas. Owner, Andrew M. Cosello is a 2nd generation carpenter who was born and raised in the industry. He brings his skill and experience to each and every job where he is present throughout all phases of construction from planning to completion. Our employees are well trained, local craftsman who have extensive construction skills and expertise, and have experience working on many complicated remodeling jobs. We have experience with a broad range of both new and old construction materials and techniques.

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  • Angie's List - 2013 Super Service Award
  • Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
  • Building Industry Association of Philadelphia
  • EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm
  • NAHB Remodelers

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