Services

You can have confidence in knowing that by contracting, B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc., you will be working with a highly motivated, skilled workforce that is committed to delivering the highest quality job possible. 

All of our craftsmen are journeymen carpenters who work with precision and great care. Our team of skilled professional tradesmen stands out above the rest in commercial construction.  B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  provides experienced craftsmanship for interior finishes, steel stud framing complete drywall systems, including rough and finish carpentry.

Carpentry and Interior Finishes

An interior finish carpenter works towards making the inside of a building look good – through his carpentry scope of work by Installing cabinets, closets, shelving, bookcases, hardware, Doors and Frames etc. is no easy feat – neither is shaping doors and windows.  We at B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc. have a skilled team of interior finish carpenter who does all this and more. 

Apart from installing cabinets and cases, an interior finish carpenter, we at B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  specializes on how to select, measure and mark materials for interior paneling, trims, and moldings. All these carpentry scopes of work are included in most of our projects scope of work.

Doors & Frames Installation

With over 20 Years of experience, we assure excellent and spotless drywall results to every project. Years after years out culture has been shaped by the values of commitment, hard work, Professionalism and diligence. Out capable skilled work force will make sure to delivery as per the client expectation and because of which we have earned good reputation of a leading drywall contractor.

Drywall also know was wall board has a purpose beyond wall and ceiling construction. Beyond this basic function, drywall is used to add character to building and home interiors. When you design a space, Drywall is contributing as a very important aspect.

Whether it’s creating healthier spaces with walls that clean the air, more restful spaces with walls that control sound, or spaces where durable walls can handle anything, we at B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc. understand its importance and specialize in properly executing it at every job site.

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Exterior Sheathing

TYPES OF SHEATHING:

There are two main types of wall sheathing: structural and non-structural. Wall sheathing is primarily a structural material. While structural sheathing increases building stability, non-structural sheathing improves insulation. Non-structural sheathing can be applied to the exterior wall of a building, and is called “insulating sheathing” because it blocks wind and water from entering the home. It is attached to the exterior wall framing and prevents walls from swaying or bending. Builders use sheathing as a nailing base for siding, creating the walls of a building. The sheathing you choose significantly impacts the comfort and durability of a structure.

There are multiple factors to consider when choosing the best sheathing material. Along with budget and structural safety requirements, you also need to review the climate conditions and environmental threats in your area. Projects in humid regions need more moisture control options, while projects in hurricane zones and high-wind areas will need extra reinforcement. You also need to consider the materials you plan to attach to the wall sheathing. Brick, stucco, and wood siding all have different requirements, and react to sheathing materials in their own ways.

Drywall

With over 20 Years of experience, we assure excellent and spotless drywall results to every project. Years after years out culture has been shaped by the values of commitment, hard work, Professionalism and diligence.  Out capable skilled work force will make sure to delivery as per the client expectation and because of which we have earned good reputation of a leading drywall contractor. 

Drywall also know was wall board has a purpose beyond wall and ceiling construction. Beyond this basic function, drywall is used to add character to building and home interiors. When you design a space, Drywall is contributing as a very important aspect. 

Whether it’s creating healthier spaces with walls that clean the air, more restful spaces with walls that control sound, or spaces where durable walls can handle anything, we at B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  understand its importance and specialize in properly executing it at every job site.

Ceilings

TYPES OF CEILINGS:

  • Gypsum Board Ceiling
    Drywall, also known as wallboard or Sheetrock, is a layer of gypsum sandwiched between two sheets of thick paper. Gypsum ceiling tiles are smaller and are used in suspension ceilings, also known as suspended ceilings.Advantages of gypsum board include low cost, ease of installation and finishing, fire resistance, sound control, and availability. Disadvantages include difficulty in curved surface application and low durability when subject to damage from impact or abrasion.
  • Acoustical Ceilings
    A suspended acoustic ceiling is a secondary ceiling, hung below the structural ceiling both to treat room acoustics and to look attractive. Suspended ceilings have the added advantage of hiding the mechanical, electrical and plumbing installations from view, while maintaining some level of access to these utilities. DoorAcoustic ceiling tiles lay into a suspended or dropped ceiling grid and are used alter the acoustics in the room. These tiles can be made of various acoustical materials like fiberglass, foam, wood, polyester, and other substrates.

Taping

Proper taping will make your drywall look like it was hung by a pro! Taping is actually one of the single most important parts of any drywalling project, because it hides the seams and joints. The purpose of drywall tape is simple: It helps hold the joint compound in place. Without the tape to support it, the wet joint compound is more likely to sag out of the joints. Achieving a smooth, flat finish on interior walls that lasts can be tricky and we are B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  are pros at it. 

The joints between drywall panels must be filled with wet joint compound, smoothed out, and then sanded to remove bumps and ridges. Over time, even the slightest movement of the wall (via structure settling) can cause the dried joint compound to crack and crumble away, marring the surface of the formerly smooth wall. However, when drywall tape is used to hold the compound in place, the compound is less likely to crumble away when shifting occurs. The tape also provides an optimal surface for creating a smooth look.

Taping Installation differs depending on the type of tape you choose. Some types of tape are embedded in a coat of compound that goes on the wall first. Mesh tape, on the other hand, is positioned over a wall seam, and compound is applied over the tape, allowing it to ooze through perforations in the tape and into the seam beneath. 

There are various type of tapes available for different variation and characteristics like Paper Tape, self-Adhesive Tape, Flexible Tape, Moisture Resistance Tape, Mold Resistance Tape, Fire Resistance Tape etc.

INSULATION

B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  is a full service thermal and acoustical insulation company with over 20 years of experience handling commercial projects throughout New York area. We are experienced in “plan and spec” commercial projects construction. We can also handle your Fire stop needs in conjunction with our insulation work.

Our team has worked with Builders, General Contractors, Architects, and business owners for a variety of commercial projects. We are experts when it comes to insulating all types of buildings. Our teams have the experience, understanding and expertise necessary to be competitive while consistently meeting the needs of our customers.

TYPES OF INSULATION INSTALLATION:

Different types of insulation provide different benefits. At B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc., we offer insulation services for fiberglass, rigid foam, and rockwool insulation options!

  • Fiberglass
    Fiberglass is made up of extremely fine glass fibers and is a popular form of insulation. Fiberglass insulation is an extremely cost-effective option, and the high R-values provide the most desirable levels of protection for your home. 

    • Fiberglass insulation is a non-corrosive insulation option that doesn’t require fire-retardant chemicals that could corrode pipe and metal
    • Fiberglass insulation is non-combustible and meets all required building model codes
    • Fiberglass insulation is highly moisture-resistant, which is important for maintaining your insulation’s effectiveness
  • Rigid foam
    Rigid foam insulation installation is mainly used for new construction projects, and in our experience, it is a great solution for insulating homes and buildings and maximizing energy efficiency.There are three types of rigid foam insulation:Polyisocyanurate (polyiso): polyisocyanurate rigid board insulation typically comes with reflective foil facing on both sides. This makes it ideal for the attic, as the foil helps your home reflect, rather than absorb, the sun’s energyExtruded polystyrene (XPS): extruded polystyrene rigid board panels have smooth, plastic surfaces and are extremely durableExpanded polystyrene (EPS): EPS rigid board insulation can be used for both new construction projects and re-insulating
  • Rockwool/Mineral WoolMineral wool, which is also commonly called rock wool, comes in easy-to-install batts, similar to fiberglass. But instead of being composed of fluffy glass fibers, rock wool is made from volcanic rock, primarily basalt. Mineral wool and rock wool have similar function, both of them can be used for thermal insulation, sound proofing and energy-saving. Rock wool or “rockwool” insulation is also called mineral wool and slag wool though there can be differences among the components of these insulations.Made of rocks and minerals spun into small, high temperature-resistant fibers, rockwool (or mineral wool) insulation is used for a variety of applications. This is thermally efficient but can also help provide soundproofing.

Metal Stud Framing

With every Year, metal stud wall construction is becoming more popular. This trend is shifting people away from old wood stud building. Whether the framing project calls from load bearing wall framing or non-load bearing walls, we have the ideal strategy to handle your construction. 

Our expert team of professionals and skilled builders will complete your project with highest level of precision, stability and durability. A right framing contractor is a crucial to structural integrity of the project.  We at B & V Contracting Enterprises, Inc.  understand that larger buildings require metal studs and the scale of these projects requires contractors with years of experience and our list of project’s says it all for our experience.