Pavilion Designer Contractor Huntington NY

Pavilion Designer Contractor Huntington NYPavilion built in Dix Hills/Huntington Station NY by Gappsi. A complete outdoor living area covered under an elegant pavilion that incorporates a fireplace with a tv, a bar area, and a sitting area. Fiorito Travertine wall veneers and Moca French pattern travertine pavers were used for the floor. Stone piers are built to support the Azek columns and all trim and molding work were also done with Azek.

Pavilion Designer Carpentry Contractor Huntington NY

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Swimming Pool Company Dix Hills Long Island NY

Swimming Pool Company Dix Hills Long Island NY

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Concrete wall vinyl lined Swimming pool Built by Gappsi in Dix Hills Suffolk County NY. With full stadium stairs along shallow end wall, and Fiberglass spillover spas overall pool size is 20 x 40 3.5 to 8 feet deep with a diving board, Salt water chlorine generator and also a full automated safety cover. The masonry and patio were designed and installed by Gappsi, using a combination of Nicolock bayberry roman stones with charcoal borders and circles inlays and trims. To learn more about Gappsi products, please contact us at 631-543-1177 or visit our web site at www.gappsi.com

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Bathroom Remodeling Contractor Muttontown Long Island NY

Bathroom Designer and Builder Company
Bathroom Remodeling Contractor Muttontown Long Island NY

Slate tiles, pebble mosaics borders, and inserts were used for the floor and shower pan. 6×12 running bond pattern slate tiles were used for the bottom part of the bathroom walls and 6×6 for the upper half installed diagonally in a diamond pattern. Gappsi designed, supplied, and installed the entire bathroom including plumbing and electrical work. To learn more about Gappsi services please contact us at 631-541-1177 or visit our website at www.gappsi.com

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Outdoor Kitchen Designer and Build Contractor on Long Island NY

Masonry Designer and Contractor on long island NYOutdoor Kitchen Designer and Build Contractor on Long Island NY

This custom built outdoor kitchen includes all outdoor cooking amenities to entertain family and guests during all summer events. The kitchen was built with masonry blocks and veneered with scogli di mare limestone for walls and scogli di mare countertop – a limestone that contains sea shells and natural fossils showing on its surface. All appliances are Twin Eagle and the patio was paved with Melfi limestone pavers. Visit www.Gappsi.com for more informations about our products and services

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Travertine Supplier & Installer For Nassau & Suffolk County Long Island NY-Gappsi

Travertine Supplier & Installer For Nassau & Suffolk County Long Island NY-GappsiCustom designed pool with auto cover and travertine patio in East Hills New York 11577 This is a concrete wall liner pool with built in stairs and wall ladder fitted with an automatic cover. This cover acts as a safety cover as well as a money saver by keeping the cost of running the pool down. When not in use the auto cover in the closed position will help keep the pool clean protect it from the sun rays from robbing the chemicals within the pool as well as act like a solar cover keeping it warm like a blanket. The Gappsi team designed installed and landscaped all you see here. First the pool was poured using our aluminum forms and concrete, then a four inch concrete base was used four feet around the pool before the patio was laid. Using our Moca colored travertine with full nosed natural stone coping the team created a soft and classical look to this pool patio. With the addition of arborvitaes, small Japanese maples and plums trees to the landscape we injected color and life to what would have been blank slate. The natural stone travertine patio is a soft cream and chocolate color that is cool to the touch and textured to bring depth when looking at it. The larger French pattern was used with four varying sizes to give a random configuration to the patio.

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