Bertonica Construction

1787 Center Road
Scipio, NY 13147
(315) 364-8337
Contact: Bertonica, Stephen
Business Description: Bertonica construction is a remodeling/building company that specializes in residential and commercial renovation. We handle most types of building projects from the foundation to the roof. We are a small company and at times take on projects that take only a day or two. Likewise, we are capable of major remodels/builds that can take months to complete . Typically we have a crew of three to six carpenters and laborers depending on the job.On the larger jobs we sometimes work with sub-contractors that are specialized in the various trades. These are tried and proven companies that we have worked with over the years and have demonstrated quality work as well as dependability. We work along side these contractors and are on site daily ensuring that all work is completed in a timely and professional manner. Bertonica Construction prides it self on customer satisfaction. Our aim is to build a space that will not only be beautiful,but will function in a way that serves each individual customer.
Service Area: Fingerlakes region,Cayuga county, Thompkins county, Onodaga county
On Angie's List Since: 5/8/2013
Office Hours: Mon: 08:00a Tues: 08:00a Wed: 08:00a Thurs: 08:00a Fri: 08:00a Sat: 08:00a Sun: 08:00a
Excluded Services: Ask for details.
Licensed: UNKNOWN
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Cities Served: Allens Point | Apulia Station | Atwater | Auburn | Baldwinsville | Brewerton | Bridgeport | Brighton | Camillus | Cato | Cayuga | Cayuga County | Cicero | Clay | De Witt | Delphi Falls | Downtown Syracuse | East Genoa | East Syracuse | Eastwood | Elmwood | Fabius | Fair Haven | Fairmount | Farleys Point | Fayetteville | Genoa | Goodyears Corners | Groton | Groton City | Ithaca | Jacksonville | Jamesville | Jordan | King Ferry | Kirkville | La Fayette | Lansing | Liverpool | Locke | Lyncourt | Manlius | Marietta | Martville | Mattydale | Meadowbrook | Memphis | Merrifield | Montezuma | Moravia | Nedrow | Newfield | North Syracuse | Northeast Syracuse | Plainville | Pompey | Poplar Ridge | Port Byron | Richford - Cortland | Scipio | Scipio Center | Scipioville | Skaneateles | Skaneateles Falls | Solvay | South Syracuse | Springport | Sterling | Summerhill | Syracuse University | Trumansburg | Tully | Union Springs | Venice | Venice Center | Warners | Weedsport | West Groton | Westside
 
Angie's List Rating for
Bertonica Construction
Total Reviews
Total Reviews Locked
Overall Grade
Overall Grade Locked
Price
Price Locked
Quality
Quality Locked
Professionalism
Professionalism Locked
Punctuality
Punctuality Locked
Responsiveness
Responsiveness Locked
Super Service Award Winner
Super Service Award Winner Locked
Why check Angie's List?
  • Reviews come from real people like you, not anonymous users
  • Exclusive discounts from top-rated businesses
  • Ratings and reviews in more than 500 home repair and health care categories
 
 

Electrician Articles

Archive: Knob-and-tube wiring still lurks in some old homes

knob_and_tube_wiring.JPG

knob and tube wiring in attic
Knob and tube has separate hot and neutral wires that run parallel to each other and suspend in the air to help dissipate heat. (All photos by Mike LaFollette)

Knob-and-tube wiring still exists in some home built before 1940. Highly rated electricians describe the dangers of knob-and-tube and explain how they remove the outdated wiring.

Should I Turn Off Circuit Breakers When I'm on Vacation?

circuit breaker2.jpg

Circuit breaker box with door open
Flipping circuit breakers is not the key to saving energy when you're gone from home. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Eric T. of Allentown, Pennsylvania)

It's smart to take action to reduce energy use when you're away from home. But find out why top electricians say turning off circuit breakers isn't a good idea.

How Much Does it Cost to Rewire a House?

electricpic2.jpg

Be careful when having electrical work done. Make sure you hire a top-rated local electrician. (Photo courtesy of Joe D. of Chicago)
Be careful when having electrical work done. Make sure you hire a top-rated local electrician. (Photo courtesy of Joe D. of Chicago)

The price of rewiring a home will depend on the size and age of the house, the ease with which an electrician can access the old wiring and other factors.

A ceiling fan adds both utility and class to a new room, by adding some air circulation and a pleasing aesthetic.

The process of installing a ceiling fan may seem simple, but it includes some complex wiring work. So this task best suits experienced electrical DIYers. If you know your black wire from your green, you shouldn’t have too much trouble, but if you’re new to electrical work, you should leave this job to the experts and hire a highly rated electrician for the job.

Sammie Bracken, owner of Mr. Electric in Plainfield, Indiana, explains the details.

Angie's List In The Press

Angie's List believes finding and scheduling reliable local services should be a snap!

Only highly rated companies can offer services through Angie's List
Offers cover a wide variety of services, from home to health to auto
Members can see reviews of companies before purchasing offers
Angie's List members have access to exclusive discounts on local services
30-Day Offer Refund - Shop, Schedule, Save!
 

Electrician Articles

CBS
Good Morning America
Fox News
The Wall Street Journal
The Morning Joe