Your Selected Location:
Your Selected Category:
Enter a city, county or zip code to filter results.

Platinum Listing
Gold Listing
Silver Listing
PAGE 1
1 - 20 of 49 Providers
platinum
Serving the US
ClaimsPages.com Service Provider since 12/3/2010
800-993-4416
platinum
Serving Rockland & Orange Counties, NY
ClaimsPages.com Service Provider since 7/22/2013
845-721-2752
Web
Map
 
3 IN 1 FLOOR COVERING SERVICE
3 Glenn St, Warwick, NY  10990
845-986-7456
 
ACORN FLOORING
315 Rte 94 S, Warwick, NY  10990
845-988-9960
 
ANDERSEN K FLOORING
852 S Plank Rd, Slate Hill, NY  10973
845-355-8635
 
AZ CARPET & MOHAWK COLOR CENTER
215 Larkin Dr, Monroe, NY  10950
845-774-1220
 
B C & N CARPET ONE
174 Rte 52, Newburgh, NY  12550
845-565-7500
 
COMMERCIAL PROJECT MGMT INC
420 Highland Ave Extension, Middletown, NY  10940
845-342-1932
 
CPM INC INSULATION DIVISION
420 Highland Ave Extension, Middletown, NY  10940
845-342-1932
 
CRYSTAL WOOD FLOORS
500 Eatontown Rd, Port Jervis, NY  12771
845-355-3791
 
DECORATIVE CONCRETE COATINGS INC
106 Brimstone Hill Rd, Pine Bush, NY  12566
845-744-3887
 
DICKEL HARRY FLOORING
135 Gate Schoolhouse Rd, New Hampton, NY  10958
845-294-9466
 
DISCOVER THE WOOD WORLD OF BIANCHI FLOORS
1138 Dolsontown Rd, Middletown, NY  10940
845-342-9370
 
DIVISION SEVEN
39 Albert St, Middletown, NY  10940
845-344-0800
 
EASTERN TILE
35 Kings Hwy, Chester, NY  10918
845-469-4322
 
EASTERN TILE VINYL & CARPET
107 N St, Middletown, NY  10940
845-343-1532
 
FIRESIDE CARPETS
101 N Main St, Florida, NY  10921
845-651-3707
 
FLOORING BY CANTABRIA INC
15 Fleetwood Dr, Goshen, NY  10924
845-294-3791
 
FLOORS LIKE GLASS FLOOR STORE
135 Gate Schoolhouse Rd, New Hampton, NY  10958
845-294-9466
 
GEMINI TILE & MARBLE
280 Rte 211 E, Middletown, NY  10940
845-342-1294
Platinum Listing
Gold Listing
Silver Listing
PAGE 1
1 - 20 of 49 Providers
ADD YOUR BUSINESS LISTING:
Thank you for your interest in becoming listed in the Claims Pages as an Insurance Claims Service Provider in Orange County, NY under Floor Contractors & Builders. Simply fill out the form below and a representative will contact you as soon as possible to discuss advertising rates and options on how to best market your business to the thousands of insurance adjusters in your area. Or, if you have any questions, please call our Claims Provider Hotline at 1-844-CLM-WORK. If you are an adjuster, please call our Adjuster Services Department directly at 1-844-ADJUST1.
Contact Name
 
Company Name *
Phone Number *
 
E-Mail Address *
 
Security Code *
Related Occupations
Powered by The Bureau of Labor Statistics
Carpenters

Carpenters construct and repair building frameworks and structures—such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, and rafters—made from wood and other materials. They also may install kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall. Show Details

Duties

Carpenters typically do the following:

  • Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of clients
  • Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding
  • Measure, cut, or shape wood, plastic, fiberglass, drywall, and other materials
  • Construct building frameworks, including wall studs, floor joists, and doorframes
  • Help put up, level, and install building framework with the aid of large pulleys and cranes
  • Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures
  • Instruct and direct laborers and other construction trade helpers

Carpenters are one of the most versatile construction occupations, with workers usually doing a variety of tasks. For example, some carpenters insulate office buildings; others install drywall or kitchen cabinets in homes. Those who help construct large buildings or bridges often make the wooden concrete forms for cement footings or pillars. Some carpenters build braces and scaffolding for buildings.

Carpenters use many different hand and power tools to cut and shape wood, plastic, fiberglass, or drywall. They commonly use handtools, including squares, levels, and chisels, as well as many power tools, such as sanders, circular saws, and nail guns. Carpenters put materials together with nails, screws, staples, and adhesives, and do a final check of their work to ensure accuracy. They use a tape measure on every project because proper measuring increases productivity, reduces waste, and ensures that the pieces being cut are the proper size.

The following are types of carpenters:

Residential carpenters typically specialize in new-home, townhome, and condominium building and remodeling. As part of a single job, they might build and set forms for footings, walls and slabs, and frame and finish exterior walls, roofs, and decks. They frame interior walls, build stairs, and install drywall, crown molding, doors, and kitchen cabinets. Highly-skilled carpenters may also tile floors and lay wood floors and carpet. Fully-trained construction carpenters are easily able to switch from new-home building to remodeling.

Commercial carpenters typically remodel and help build commercial office buildings, hospitals, hotels, schools, and shopping malls. Some specialize in working with light gauge and load-bearing steel framing for interior partitions, exterior framing, and curtain wall construction. Others specialize in working with concrete forming systems and finishing interior and exterior walls, partitions, and ceilings. Highly skilled carpenters can usually do many of the same tasks as residential carpenters.

Industrial carpenters typically work in civil and industrial settings where they put up scaffolding and build and set forms for pouring concrete. Some industrial carpenters build tunnel bracing or partitions in underground passageways and mines to control the circulation of air to worksites. Others build concrete forms for tunnels, bridges, dams, power plants, or sewer construction projects.

Carpet Installers

Carpet installers lay carpet in homes, offices, restaurants, and many other types of buildings.  Show Details

Duties

Carpet installers typically do the following:

  • Remove old carpet or flooring to prepare surfaces for laying new carpet
  • Inspect the condition of the surface to be covered
  • Fix any problems that could show through the carpet or cause uneven wear
  • Measure the area to be carpeted
  • Plan the layout of carpeting to get the best appearance and least wear
  • Install a padded cushion underneath the carpet
  • Roll out, measure, mark, and cut the carpet
  • Fit the carpet so that it lays evenly and snugly
  • Tack, glue, or staple carpeting to hold it in place
  • Finish the edges so that the carpet looks neat

Carpet installers lay carpet in many types of new and old buildings, including homes, offices, restaurants, and museums. Although installing carpet in newly constructed buildings requires minimal preparation, those who replace existing carpet must first remove old flooring, including any padding, glue, tacks, or staples. In some cases, carpet installers lay carpet over existing tile or hardwood.

Carpet installers work with special tools, including a "knee kicker" to position the carpet and a power stretcher to pull the carpet snugly against walls. When they have to join seams of carpet (for example, in large rooms), they use special heat-activated tape. In commercial installations, they may glue the carpet to the floor or to padding that they have glued to the floor. On steps, they may use staples to hold the carpet in place. They also use carpet knives, carpet shears (scissors), hammers, power sanders, and other tools.

Tile and Marble Setters

Tile and marble setters apply hard tile, marble, and wood tiles to walls, floors, and other surfaces. Show Details

Duties

Tile and marble setters typically do the following:

  • Clean and level the surface to be tiled
  • Measure and cut tile and marble
  • Arrange tiles according to the design plans
  • Prepare and apply mortar or other adhesives
  • Install tile and marble in the planned area
  • Apply grout with a rubber trowel
  • Wipe off excess grout and apply necessary finishes, such as sealants

Tile installers, tilesetters, and marble setters install materials on a variety of surfaces, such as floors, walls, ceilings, countertops, patios, and roof decks. Because tile and marble must be set on smooth, even surfaces, installers often must level the surface to be tiled with a layer of mortar or plywood. If the area to be tiled is unstable, workers must nail a support of metal mesh or tile backer board to create a stable surface.

To cut tiles, workers use power wet saws, tile scribes, or hand-held tile cutters to create even edges. They use trowels of different sizes to spread mortar or a sticky paste, called mastic, evenly on the surface to be tiled. To minimize imperfections and keep rows straight and even, they put spacers between tiles. The spacers keep tiles the same distance from each other until the mortar is dry. After the mortar dries and the tiles are set, they apply grout between tiles using a rubber trowel (called a float).

Marble setters may cut marble to a specified size with a power wet saw. After putting the marble in place, marble setters polish the marble to a high luster, using power or hand sanders.

Active Users: 1397
WEBSERVER 1