About GWC 2017-05-18T11:58:29+00:00

About GWC

George W. Combs, Inc. is focused on architect-designed fine custom homes and interior office renovations on Long Island. Recognized for quality and integrity, George W. Combs, Inc. has built a healthy portfolio illustrating a rare combination of attention to detail, craftsmanship and the ability to help a homeowner’s vision and an architect’s design come to life. George W. Combs, Inc. understands that a custom home or renovation is a collaboration of the property owner, architect and builder. It requires a dedicated team of professionals to realize that vision.

How We Work

GWC has a process that sets us apart from other custom renovators and building companies on Long Island. We assign a project manager and site manager to each home for a full onsite management experience. The project manager is available to ensure a clear communication process with clients, designers, sub contractors and GWC team members while maintaining timelines and budgets.

Our Services Include:
New Home Construction, Renovation/Remodeling, Historic Preservation, Office Interiors, Management, Estimating, Value Engineering and Scheduling

History

George Combs has been in the construction industry since 1986. He started as a carpenter working in the Hamptons and on Fire Island for his uncle, Joseph W. Chasas. After relocating to Easton, Maryland George started a company that focused on high-end renovations and custom homes within Talbot County and the Eastern Shore. During the 20+ years in the Maryland area George’s firm completed more than 150 projects throughout the region. George then returned to his roots to apply his knowledge and experience here on Long Island.

Affiliations

U.S. Green Building Council
American Institute of Architects
Institute of Classical Architecture and Art
National Association of Home Builders
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Huntington Chamber of Commerce
Interior Design Society
Long Island Builder's Institute
New York State Builder's Association

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