What To Do When It’s Time to Upgrade.

February 26, 2012 by  
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Every building reaches a point where–whether due to age or wear—major building components will need to be replaced and upgraded. It doesn’t help that in our experience, we’ve seen many condominiums and co-ops originally built with “value engineered” windows, doors, plumbing fixtures and heating/cooling systems. These lower-end products are made from materials that are less […]

What’s Behind The Bathroom Tile?

August 8, 2011 by  
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One of the most interesting service calls years ago was for loose tile in a master bathroom. The Doyle Brothers service technician arrived on the job to find what is fairly common in condominiums built between 1960 and 1985. During those years it was acceptable practice to use “moisture resistant” drywall material and face the […]

Why We Specialize In Condominium Maintenance Services

August 1, 2011 by  
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Being the best at something means gaining a wealth of experience in a specific field. We grew up in the building business having experience in home building, steel building installation and condominium services. Over the years in our home area of Somerset, Mercer and Hunterdon Counties we got to know lots of different properties. What […]

Roof Leaks In Freezing Temperatures

July 25, 2011 by  
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Even when the temperature is well below freezing we hear from customers about water intrusion around outside walls. This is a condition commonly known as an ice dam. During cycles of thaw and freezing, especially during certain types of precipitation, roof gutters and valleys will get clogged with ice and frozen snow. Acting as a […]