Family Owned and Operated for over 19 years!
An additional 3% fee applies for all credit card payments.
If you're interested in one of our open positions, start by applying here and attaching your resume. We are looking for Experienced Stucco Plasterers, an Experienced Field Estimator, and Experienced Painters!
- Medical Benefits
- 401k with 401k Employer Match.
- PTO Package including paid sick leave and paid vacation.
- Workplace Banking benefits including Financial Wellness Programs.
Job Type: Full-time
Required education: High school or equivalent
Driver's License Required
Required Carry/Lift Weight: The ability to carry and lift up to 50lb scaffold planks and frames to a height of 2-3 feet overhead to build scaffold and transport/load them into trucks.
920 Thompson Run Road, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 15122, United States
You can reach Customer Service between 7:30am-3:30pmEST Monday-Friday by calling the Office number listed above.
To Our Customers,
I am reaching out to provide information on the steps we are taking regarding our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Governor Tom Wolf's order to shut down all non-essential businesses came as a shock to many small businesses in the area. We have asked every office employee that is able to work from home to do so. We apologize for the delay in communication as our employees are managing an entirely new reality of working from home. The remote offices are now up and running allowing communication to flow as normal as possible in these unprecedented circumstances.
Recently, Governor Wolf has updated the essential business guidelines to permit Specialty Contractors to provide Emergency Repairs. We are providing some information to help you determine whether your project falls under the Emergency Repair guidelines.
Emergency Repair Guidlines
EIFS/Stucco/Exterior Plaster: Any damage to the exterior facade of a home or building can break the water-resistant aspect of your EIFS/Stucco system. These damages can lead to water penetration which can lead to interior water damage and possible mold growth. If you have damage to your exterior facade that has resulted in a crack, puncture, dent, or other malformation of the original system your project qualifies as an Emergency Repair to Prevent Water Penetration.
Exterior Sealants/Caulking: Caulking and joint sealants deteriorate over time. Extended exposure to fluctuating temperatures can expedite this process. Broken sealants can cause water to penetrate into your wall leading to interior water damage and possible mold growth. If you have absent, cracked, deteriorated, or peeling caulking around your doors, windows, light fixtures, or other facade perimeters your project qualifies as an Emergency Repair to Prevent Water Penetration.
Interior Water Damage: Mold can begin to grow quickly after water damage occurs inside the home. According to the Surgeon General's Call to Action to Promote Healthy Homes: Porous materials such as ceiling tiles, wallboards, and fabrics that cannot be cleaned should be removed and discarded. Because dead mold may still retain it's allergic or toxic properties, replacing rather than cleaning is often the best mitigation option. If you had a recent roof leak, pipe break, or any other incident that lead to interior water damage your interior project may qualify as an Emergency Repair to remove the materials affected by the previous water damage.
If you feel your project falls under the guidelines of an Emergency Repair and would like to be scheduled please contact the office to be added to our Emergency Repair Schedule.
Maintaining CDC Guidelines
Please know that your health and safety and that of our team members is, as always, our top priority. We are in constant contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization and other authorities, following all current guidance. Our warehouse and vehicle cleaning programs ensure all surfaces are disinfected to the highest possible standard. All our employees will be following social distancing measures. Our employees are being encouraged to wash their hands regularly throughout the day with soap and warm water for 20 seconds. Any employee that is sick or has household members who are sick are being instructed to stay home and self-quarantine. We are taking the guidelines very seriously and will continue to update our procedures as regulations evolve.
We will keep you informed of all new developments. But please know that our team continues to be committed to your health and safety – now, and in the future. We are all in this together.
Thank you once again for working with us.
President / Owner
To learn more about COVID-19 please visit the CDC Website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html