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Best Woodwork Repair

  • Traditional Line


    Jim Boorstein’s firm has expertly restored woodwork from the Dakota to Gracie Mansion, plus some 200 brownstones, for owners seeking that elusive burnished glow. His team will bring your stairs and doors back to their Gilded Age luster, at appropriately Gilded Age rates: Prices run from $30,000 into the stratosphere (multimillions).

From the 2006 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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