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PGP Group

PGP Group is a family owned and operated remodeling firm who puts your family and home first. We realize you grant a privilege to work in your home, so we work hard to protect you, your family and home throughout the entire remodeling phase. Drop clothes are always in place and temporary plastic walls are in place whenever dust is going to be an issue. With over 30 years of experience in the construction field in various arenas, we are able to handle most if not all aspects of your remodeling dream; including electrical, carpentry, plumbing, dry wall, painting, and ceramic to marble tile. PGP is conscientious and meticulous on how we work. We do not settle for second best, rather we strive to achieve the very best on all we do. Your complete satisfaction is our goal and guarantee.


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Standard electrical work or sub standard?

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Oct 16, 2015
I agree with answer 1.  The electrician should have had his work inspected by an independant electrical inspection agency.  they would place a sticker on the panel bos.  you can also contact the inspe ... read more
What laws regulate builders putting workers at risk, and buyers at risk by not following code, industry guidelines, and manufactures instructions.
Jun 25, 2014
Chash Giovenco of Toms River Door and Window PRO - Jun 25, 2014 Safety is OSHA, Code regulation falls under the State Uniform Construction Code and is enforced by Township Clerk Office. Per manufact ... read more

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