Troost Bros. provides home expansions that range from the addition of one or more rooms to the roof-raising construction of a second or third story – all seamlessly matched to any architectural style.

A multiple-time recipient of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Building Excellence Award for Exterior, Interior and Craftsmanship, Troost Bros. is a licensed and insured contractor that employs its own in-house staff, and schedules, coordinates and supervises various teams of craftsmen for the project site.

In addition, Troost Bros. protects the future safety of the home’s residents by ensuring all aspects of construction, such as carpentry; plumbing; electrical; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) comply with New York City Fire Code and Department of Buildings (DOB) regulations.

The firm works with the customer’s architect or provides referrals to qualified local architects when needed, and collaborates with the homeowner throughout the construction process.

Fulfillment of the homeowner’s wishes and expectations remains a Troost Bros. priority throughout the expansion process – from the initial consultation through conclusion of the project.

With this in mind, brothers Jeff and Scot Troost work closely with the homeowner as they examine the details of a home’s existing conditions and redesign plans, explain each step of the demolition and construction process required for the project, and describe the types of subcontractors required for each stage of the work.

Having collaborated with local Staten Island tradesman for decades, Troost Bros. hires only the best of the best within their respective fields – licensed professionals they have worked with over many years – further ensuring each project meets the homeowner’s highest expectations of timeframe and workmanship.

Additions Include:

• Second Story Additions
• Master Bedroom Suites
• Spare Bedrooms
• Kitchen Enlargements
• Room Additions
• Room Conversions
• Garage Space
• Sunrooms
• Extra Space for Kids Area

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