Tri State Gate LLC
11 years in business317 Railroad Ave
Bedford Hills, NY 10507-1404
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BBB File Opened: 04/12/2010
Business Started: 06/08/2006
Business Incorporated: 06/08/2006 in NY
Type of EntityCorporation
- Principal: Mr. Matthew Prato, Owner
- Iron Work
- Parking Stations & Garages - Construction
- Exterior Structures - Gazebos, Arbors, Pergolas
- Ornamental Metal Work
- Contractor - Ornamental Iron
- Parking Stations & Garages - Equipment & Supplies
- Door & Gate Operating Devices
- Fence Contractors
- Fence Posts & Fittings
- Fence Material
- Fencing Instruction
- Security Control Equipment & System Monitors
- Security Cameras
- Security Systems Consultants
- Driveway Installation, Paving & Repair
- Driveway Preparation
- Fence - Sales, Service & Contractors
- Fences - Vinyl
- Fences - Wood
- Metal Fabricators
- Chain Link Fence Sales, Service & Contractors
- Garage Doors & Openers
- Garage Door Repair
Products & ServicesResidential driveway gates, Automated driveway gates, Industrial security gates, Commercial security gates, Gated community entrance gates
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Connecticut, New Jersey, Columbia County, NY, Delaware County, NY, Dutchess County, NY, Greene County, NY, Orange County, NY, Putnam County, NY, Rockland County, NY, Suffolk County, NY, Ulster County, NY, Westchester County, NY
Alternate Business Names
- Tri State Gate
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Driveway gates, garage doors, fencing, ironwork.
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