New England Bulkhead does it all. We install Gordon and Bilco steel cellar bulkhead doors, also we do complete excavation dig-outs and install pre-cast concrete stairs with new Bilco metal bulkhead cellar door tops. More specifically, the company fabricates on-site steel foundation plates on pre-existing sloped stone, granite, brick, block, or poured concrete. This procedure covers the top of the sloped sides and base of your cellar entrance. New England Bulkhead then installs Gordon steel cellar bulkhead doors to give the installation an all-steel top. Finally, We seal all joints with a 50-year sealant.
|Beacon hill bulkhead doors New top only on existing metal stairs||Lexington Bulkhead doors sloped pressure treated sides with concrete board and metal cellar doors|
|Salem Bulkhead doors remove old steel and install new steel cellar bulkhead doors||Nantucket Bulkhead doors remove Old wood cellar doors on to slopped concrete with steel cellar doors|
New England Bulkhead doesn't do cold calls, but rather responds to householders who call to enlist the company's services. The company responds by examining the site and providing a free estimate covering the proposed job and its cost. Then a representatives places a follow up call to determine whether the prospect wants to go ahead with the project. And that's it. We don't haunt you. New England Bulkhead carries all of the requisite licenses, and is insured for liability.
New England Bulkhead
has been installing Cellar Doors in the Massachusetts area's since 2002.
P.O. Box 85 Canton, MA 02021