Attached you will find two pictures of one of your garages completed in Thompson Ridge NY. Your product was excellent! There were no surprises and surpassed our expectations in quality. The complements we have received by neighbors and contractors who stopped to see it are overwhelming.
The construction crew was truly impressed with your product and the ease in which the barn went together.
Leslie, thanks again for your help and the great product you provide.
John and Susan
I thought you might enjoy a few pictures of our new garage – finished! We love it! Your materials were beautiful; everything fit and was easy to work with. So easy that I built the entire thing all by myself – a one man job!
Thanks again for all of your help with making this garage a reality!
Steve, Kevin and Mike were unbelievable today; can’t say enough about them. They feel like my new best friends. What a day!!! Despite the rain, best day I have had in a long, long time.
I LOVE Country Carpenters!
You guys are the best company I have ever dealt with. Thanks for all you and your crew have done for me.
If there is anything I can do to review you guys on social media let me know.
We love our barn!!! Looks great. Smells great. A great addition to our property. I am so glad I found Country Carpenters. The product is amazing and the service was spectacular. I wish I could add another barn. Next time I’m near Hebron I will be sure to stop in to say hello.
Mike and Kathy, Connecticut
Thanks very much for the shirts and nameplate. We have attached the nameplate outside the front door of the barn. It looks great there. Here is the barn all finished and painted. It looks great and we love it.
Best regards, Mike and Kathy
My neighbors call it the “garage-mahal.” I had the eves above the doors covered in copper for protection and to match the cupola. It’s painted a really dark green, almost black as you can see.
Hope you had nice, restful holidays. A friend came to visit and fell in love with the building, so you may get a call from him about a garage in Sagaponack, Long Island.