New York Contractor Launches Site on Drywall Repair, Plastering and Ornamental Plastering
Online PR News – 15-June-2009 – – Jersey City, NJ, June 15, 2009 – Bestwall plastering Inc today announced the launch of www.bestwallplasteringco.com as an information portal for New York and New Jersey home owners to find information about plastering, drywall repairs, and home improvement tips. With articles being added almost every day and an online monthly newsletter of home remodeling tips the website is anticipated to quickly become New York and New Jersey’s primary resource web site for home improvement.
Future plans include educational guides on renovating your home, professional advice from local plastering experts, and a question and answer forum for New York and New Jersey homeowners.
The web site will be an invaluable resource for New York and New Jersey homeowners in finding accessible information to address their home remodeling needs. Information will be efficiently categorized for easy navigation.
Kieran Quilligan, president of Bestwall Plastering Inc stated, “Our goal is to be the best home and family resource center and information portal for assisting all New York and New Jersey homeowners with their drywall and plastering needs. The depth of knowledge and resources at www.bestwallplasteringco.com is simple, concise and offers every homeowner some information about their home.”
About Bestwall Plastering Inc – At BESTWALL PLASTERING, we are committed to superior services for residential and commercial properties. Our drywall contractor offers plastering and drywall services for all your New York and New Jersey home improvement and repair needs. Working mainly with general contractors, our licensed and insured company guarantees all of our quality workmanship, which is backed by years of experience. Soon a more lasting and slightly material was found and employed to take the place of mud or slime, and that perfection in the compounding of plastering materials was approached at a very remote period is made evident by the fact that some of the earliest plastering which has remained undisturbed excels in its scientific composition that which we use at the present day.