AboutTEST

Green Mountain Interiors combine tile, stone and mosaics, with water, light and air.

 

Home owners expect and deserve tiled interiors, which are beautiful, long-lasting, healthy and cost-effective. Green Mountain insists on sustainable architecture, environmental protection, ethical contracting, legal employment, and customer satisfaction. We achieve our goals with mechanical proficiency, realistic communications, selection of materials and waterproof membranes.

Initial Consultations: Complementary site visits are usually scheduled at 7:30 PM, Monday – Thursday evenings.

Estimates: describe proposed work briefly in one page, assign labor cost for the whole job, are complementary, available on request. Reasonable charges may apply for design, detailed sectional estimates, floor plans and elevations

Contracts: in plain language, with consumer protections, are signed by 
both parties.

Insurance: certificates issued on request of property owners including General Commercial Liability and Workers Compensation.

License: GMC & D, Inc. (Green Mountain) is licensed by the NYC Dept of Consumer Affairs, Home Improvement Contractor 1130473. President and Sr. Craftsman, Aaron Gruenberg is also Licensed Home Improvement Salesperson, 1058419.

Shop Drawings: floor plans and elevations to scale, by hand, on Mylar, clarify and develop design with client and guide construction. Drawings and contracts are signed by both parties.

Publicity:

http://antiochcollege.org/news/alumni_profiles/aaron_gruenberg_82.html
http://directory.brownstoner.com/mini-site/Green_Mountain_Construction

Aaron Gruenberg, President and Sr. Craftsman, first renovated houses during vacations from high school, where he studied industrial arts. He earned a BA from Antioch College and an MFA from Brooklyn College. After administering cultural institutions and constructing museum exhibits, Aaron established Green Mountain in 2001. Photo by David Jacquot ©2012

Aaron Gruenberg, President and Sr. Craftsman, first renovated houses during vacations from high school, where he studied industrial arts. He earned a BA from Antioch College and an MFA from Brooklyn College. After administering cultural institutions and constructing museum exhibits, Aaron established Green Mountain in 2001.

Photo by David Jacquot ©2012