Centre Millwork & Supply Co

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Damien O.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Old Bridge

The technician was fine, your prices are triple what it was for a private plumber. Will never use or recommend A.J. Perri.

Joanne K.

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· Freehold Boro

Very professional from beginning to end. The sales rep was attentive to our needs before recommending a suitable heating/AC system for us. The installation was done exactly as promised. The technicians removed all garbage and even cleaned up the little puddle of water on my basement floor. I will de... more

Christine T.

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· Hatboro

Vincent the kitchen designer was wonderful and his recommendations were excellent. Shawn the installer was amazing. This was one of my easiest home projects ever.

Lauren V.

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· Florham Park

We could not be happier with the work JMC did in our home! From start to finish JMC exceeded our expectations. They were extremely organized - we were shocked to see they had inspections schedule prior to even starting our project! Our kitchen is absolutely gorgeous (everything we wanted) and was... 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 
I would like to paint the inside of my front door. It is already stained with a semi glossy dark stain. Can I effectively use latex paint with primer in it?
Jul 31, 2014
Most stained doors were done with oil based coatings. That means you need an oil based primer first then you can use latex paint. Latex primer will not adhere to oil based coatings. Dennis D. Gehman P ... read more

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