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George W. Combs, Inc.

George W. Combs, Inc. is focused on architect-designed fine custom homes and renovations on Long Island. The firm’s goal is to work with the homeowner and architect, to build a special home that will provide years of enjoyment, while maintaining a timeless sense of beauty, style, and quality.

George W. Combs, Inc. understands that a custom home or renovation project is a collaboration of the homeowner, architect, and builder that may take several months or several years. During this process, George W. Combs, Inc. maintains regular progress meetings to provide updates, answer questions, or review decisions to keep the project on schedule. Between meetings or when clients are out of town George W. Combs, Inc. uses email and digital photography to remain current. Such communication is the benchmark of good management practices, resulting in a successful collaboration to produce that special home.


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  • NAHB Certified Graduate Builder
  • NAHB Certified Graduate Remodeler
  • NAHB Remodelers
  • NARI - Long Island, New York
  • U.S. Green Building Council

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What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 7, 2016
We would suggest that in order not to damage a door, that you use an over the door hanger. An even bigger suggestion with an over the door hanger is adding a self adhesive felt dot to the back where i ... read more
Before hiring an architect or designer for my addition, what sort of questions should I ask them?
Nov 15, 2016
* Is he Licensed with the county you planing to build the addition ? * How long he was in business ? * What type of projects he has done in the past ? Sincerely  Nicolas 

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