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Watch RGH on HGTV (Cousins Undercover) this Sunday

    John Colaneri, Paul Vicari, Jeremy Strang,   Anthony Carrino

 

John Colaneri, Paul Vicari, Jeremy Strang, 

Anthony Carrino

Guess who’s on HGTV?  We were contacted earlier this year by HGTV about a new series Cousins Undercover, with John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino from the Kitchen Cousins.  They seek out deserving neighborhood heroes then surprise them with amazing home makeovers. 

We invite you to watch as John, Anthony, community members and RGH project managers Paul Vicari and David Hume upgrade this classic home and touch the lives of an amazing family.  The show airs this Sunday, October 28th at 8pm EST. 

This was such a privilege for RGH to work with John, Anthony, and all the staff from HGTV.  Enjoy the show!

http://www.hgtv.com/cousins-undercover/show/index.html

Get your permits ready!

 Get your permits ready - NJ Builders & Contractors - RGH

Time is ticking and summer is right around the corner.  If you are considering a home improvement project prior to summer you should think about getting process moving sooner than rather than later.  Many towns have adopted a new permitting process after Hurricane Sandy that takes quite a bit longer.

RGH is proudly serving Residents and Businesses in:

The Jersey Shore

  • Long Beach Island (LBI)
  • Barnegat
  • Lavallette
  • Ortley Beach
  • Seaside
  • Point Pleasant
  • Toms River

North Jersey

  • Essex County - Essex Fells, Glen Ridge, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Short Hills, Monclair, South Orange, West Orange
  • Morris County - Chatham, Chester, East Hanover, Florham Park, Harding Township/New Vernon, Kinnelon, Long Hill Township, Madison, Mendham, Morris Plains, Morristown, Parsippany-Troy Hills Township
  • Union County - New Providence, Summit, Westfield, Clark

Less than 10 Weeks until Memorial Day Weekend. Is your house ready?

 RGH crews working fast to put Hurricane Sandy home back together.

RGH crews working fast to put Hurricane Sandy home back together.

Many homes at the Jersey shore still need work done from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.  Most towns along the Jersey shore have adopted a different building permitting process, which takes a bit longer.  If you are planning on remodeling your home, we encourage you to begin obtaining your building permits.  From today, March 18th, there are 70 days to Memorial Day.  Let’s start rebuilding our beloved Jersey Shore.

Check out our Pinterest page for design ideas

Look at some of our work and some of the inspiration behind our work on Pinterest.  

Home renovations can be overwhelming, especially during the design phase.  RGH has developed a Pinterest page for our customers who are in need of a little inspiration.  Here you can find categorized images to fit the diverse tastes of our customers as well as images of some recent RGH designs…

Paul Vicari - Helping to rebuild Lavallette and the Jersey Shore

 Paul Vicari - Monterey Beach, NJ

Paul Vicari - Monterey Beach, NJ

In Lavallette, Paul Vicari and his team from RGH Development are preparing to serve the needs of that community, including Monterey Beach and neighboring towns.  A Project Manager with Bob Hume & RGH Development for nearly 7 years, Paul grew up spending summers at the Jersey Shore with his family.  He and his wife have been summer residents of Lavallette for the past 9 years, so the destruction to the barrier islands has touched him personally.  He is motivated and committed to helping the coastal community rebuild.

Paul and his team deliver turnkey service, tailored to each homeowner’s needs.  He works with you to assess the project scope then provides a full written estimate itemizing all aspects of the job, which may include:

- Removal of all water-contaminated materials

- Mold remediation services, either directly or through partnering with an outside specialist

- Complete restoration of damaged areas, including:

  • Insulation
  • Replacement of damaged electrical wiring
  • Sheetrock
  • Trim and doors
  • Flooring
  • Cabinet installation
  • Bathroom renovations
  • Painting
  • HVAC and plumbing
  • Structural and carpentry repairs
  • Repairs to exterior, if necessary

Paul and his team are known for their quick response time, meticulous attention to detail, clear communication with customers, and their ability to deliver a quality product at a fair price.

Flooded? WE LIFT HOUSES!

Hurricane Sandy has devastated many areas of the Jersey Shore.  Many homes that were built below proper flood elevations. These homes were flooded, heavily damaged, and in some cases they were destroyed.

RGH Development Company can lift just about any type of home or building using state of the art equipment.  Homes can be lifted, moved, etc.  This may be the time to consider lifting your home and putting garage space under the house.

Please call us for more information.

Hurricane Sandy Emergency Home/Building Services

 Hurricane Sandy: New Jersey Emergency Storm Services. Long Beach Island (LBI)

Have flooding, basement, roof, or falling tree damage?  We can help.  We have worked with many insurance companies and have a years of experience in speedy repairs.  

Our emergency services cover many of New Jersey's costal towns.  Please call us if you need our assistance.  If our office lines do happen to go down and you are in an emergency you can call Bob Hume at 973-985-7444 (please call during business hours 8 am to 8 pm.  Please be safe and call if you have any questions.

RGH Development will be setting up a remote office in Long Beach Island (LBI) as soon as the storm passes and it is safe to return.  If you live in the area we can stop by your home and send you pictures of any damages that may need a speedy repair.

Pink website: RGH’s ongoing effort to support and raise awareness for cancer and breast cancer

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So many lives have been altered or lost to this horrible disease. As a company, RGH wants to pay tribute to and remember those who lost their battle with breast cancer, and all forms of cancer, and honor them by supporting efforts and organizations working to find a cure.  Through early detection and advancements in medicine and treatment, many lives have been saved.  With an ongoing effort to support these advancements, more lives can be saved.

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer. It is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, after lung cancer. Breast cancer deaths, however, are decreasing probably due to finding the cancer earlier and better treatment. Right now, there are more than 2.9 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.