Troianiello Masonry, Inc. envisions current design trends while using quality materials to complete your project with a fresh new look. Our licensed, insured, and bonded general contractors and masons are skilled in many projects, small or large, residential or commercial. We have extensive experience with a multitude of materials ranging from wood structures to integrating custom masonry into your construction needs.
The Scranton based business began in 2010 with 1 full-time employee, a pick-up truck, and a focus on masonry services. Today, we have a 10-member crew equipped with a fleet of company trucks and our services have broadened to include commercial and residential construction projects that spread beyond the Scranton area and encompass the Tri-State region: Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.
We are your premier choice for your new construction, remodeling, or property management and maintenance needs. We work with the best materials and pride ourselves with high quality craftsmanship to provide you with a unique and superior finished product from brick restoration to complete renovations.
Additional services include foundation installation and repair, indoor/outdoor fireplaces, concrete driveways, steps and walkways, flooring, retaining walls, patios and decks, and landscaping services. There is essentially no limit to what we can do to assist you in improving the look of your residential or commercial property. Troianiello Masonry, Inc. will assist you in the design process and complete installation of your interior or outdoor custom project from start to finish making your vision for your next project, one-of-a-kind.
Troianiello Masonry, Inc. received the General Contractor Talk of The Town award for our dedication to providing excellent customer service in 2012 and 2013. Talk of the Town News congratulates those companies that are committed to making their customers’ experience the best it can be.
Michael Troianiello, Sr., owner of Troianiello Masonry, Inc., was named one of the regions Top 20 Under 40 by the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal in 2012.