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Roofing Service Belle Harbor- Rockaway Park- Breezy Point
We strive to make your Queens or Long Island roof exactly what you want it to be. Residents in the Belle Harbor - Breezy Point- Rockaway Park area have been using our top rated GAF Belle-Harbor Master Elite roofing services for years. We do every aspect of the work ourselves and do not sub out any of our work to other construction companies and contractors. This is how we have built our nick name- "the contractors contractor". Contractors that do not have the same capabilities as we do often use us to complete the various aspects of the work that they cannot handle. Belle Harbor is located in Queens, home of the NY Mets, a team that has been on the losing end for years. Sadly due to Hurricane Sandy, Belle Harbor residents have felt they have been on the losing end of life in recent years. CDC contracting actually has many clients in Belle Harbor right in the 11694 zip code that we would be glad to share with you. We understand all the intricacies involved in everything that happened with hurricane Sandy and we can really help you get the work you need done properly and more efficiently then you can ever imagine. We challenge you to test us and see this for yourself. Call us today. We recently hosted a table at an event designed to help Hurricane Sandy victims by speaking with contractors in Long Island about rebuilding their homes. We are also pro's when it comes to siding. From vinyl siding or siding repair, we have have installed and repaired every type of siding that can possibly be found in Belle Harbor, along the Beach streets or anywhere else in Queens. We are also experts in gutter and leader services. Whether you need your gutters repaired or you simply need cleaning services and maintenance, CDC Roofing Contractors have got you covered.
2-3% Roofers are GAF Master Elite
That's right, CDC contracting of Belle Harbor, Queens and Long Island are part of a very elite group of roofing contractors in USA. Your local 11694 neighbors rely on our GAF Master Elite knowledge and expertise to assist with their own clients.
We want to invite you to read our reviews on the GAF Master Elite Belle Harbor roofer and realize that these are not regular reviews. GAF is a huge company that inspects every single job I do and will not release any coverage or warranties on any roofing work that is not 100% up to par. Most review sites online who rate roofers mostly have bogus reviews and roofer on "yelp" for example are not having their work inspected by Yelp. This is why we take so much pride in the fact that we can offer you GAF inspected work for your Long Island home which is simple terms means the quality of your roofing work in Hicksville and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. Call (516) 351-0712 today for a free estimate. We specialize in roofing, windows, siding, and decks.
Rebuilding & Repairing 11694 & 11697 from HurricaneSandy
South Queens was attacked by Hurricance Sandy. CDC contracting has active jobs right now in the Rockaway Park - Breezy Point - Rockaway Park areas of Queens. Sadly, this area is very active for contractors after Sandy. The *Urban League of Long Island ( sandynow.org ) hosted an
A Queens, Nassau & Suffolk Roof Store on Wheels
CDC roofing is proud to carry almost anything you would need on our vans. This is why we like to call our vans "roof stores on wheels". From flat roofs, rubber roofs, shingles, and metal roofs we can do it all. That's right, whatever materials you need from your Belle Harbor Queens contractor, we have. In addition to being able to offer you any type of roof you need, we have years of experience and use only the best materials.
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The opening of passenger railroad service in 1880 to Rockaway Park from Long Island City and from Flatbush Terminal (now Atlantic Terminal) in downtown Brooklyn, via the Long Island Railroad's Rockaway Beach Branch, facilitated population growth on the Rockaways Peninsula. The makings of Belle Harbor began in 1900, when a New York State judge ordered that the land west of Rockaway Park be put up for auction. The area that makes up Belle Harbor and the neighboring community of Neponsit was bought by Edward P. Hatch, whom after a couple years, sold it to the West Rockaway Land Company in 1907. The president of the company, Frederick J. Lancaster, who had earlier developed the Edgemere neighborhood, officially gave the community its name. Prior to Lancaster's acquisition of the land, however, a group of men wishing to form a yacht club entered into an grant agreement with the West Rockaway Land Company in 1905. The group, which had named itself the Belle Harbor Yacht Club, bought property from the company for four-thousand dollars. The agreement included two-hundred square feet of land and thirty plots of upland. That same year the group received corporation status by the State of New York and by 1908 began participating in its first inter-club ocean races with some of the city's other yacht clubs. Geography Belle Harbor is a suburban enclave on the Rockaway Peninsula, on a narrow barrier peninsula sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean to the south and Jamaica Bay to the north. It is further bordered by the neighborhood of Neponsit to the west and Rockaway Park to the east. Expansive views of the Manhattan skyline can be seen across the bay. Broad, white sandy beaches have drawn residents to the area. Although the beach is ostensibly open to the public, rigorously enforced street parking restrictions in effect on weekends and holidays from May 15 to September 30, combined with limited direct access to the insular area via public transportation, limits access for non-residents. The Crash of Flight 587 This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2009) Main article: American Airlines Flight 587 On November 12, 2001, American Airlines Flight 587, bound for Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, crashed in the center of Belle Harbor, killing all 260 passengers and crew on board the plane as well as five people on the ground. Many of the passengers on the plane were from the Dominican community in Washington Heights. After consultation with the families in the Belle Harbor and Washington Heights communities, a memorial was erected at Beach 116th Street in Rockaway Park, a major shopping district and transportation hub in the area, accessible to all. Although a temporary memorial was developed at the actual site of the disaster, on Newport Avenue, many still annually gravitate towards that area for commemoration.- From Wikipedia
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