Giving Back

Major Homes is a member of your community. When you need us, you can trust that we will be there to help. We are committed to our customers and dedicated to providing the best custom home improvement services in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester, Fairfield County, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. And that means that the job is more than just the length of time it takes to complete construction. Major Homes prides itself on excellent craftsmanship, quality people, and first-class service. We keep in touch with customers long after we have finished their projects to ensure that we continue to exceed their expectations.

Any opportunity to put our expertise and services to good use is a worthwhile one. Major Homes is constantly looking for ways to give back to our people, either through charitable work or inspiring competition. For example, we recently hosted contest called “Major Homes Makeover” where most deserving applicant, based on several compelling factors, will received a complimentary $15,000 home renovation. No fine print. No gimmicks. Just the best, offered by Major Homes to a family who needs it most.

For more information about the work we do here at Major Homes, please check back often and feel free to browse through the following articles:

Home Improvements With Top-Notch Service

Queens Tribune By Jason Pafundi
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Bayside Contractor Gives Back to the Community with Free Projects

TimesLedger By Nathan Duke
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Home Builder Seeks His Own ‘Makeover’

Queens Tribune By Lori Gross
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Major Homes Free Remodeling Contest – Winning Letter

By Sioux Sciacca
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Major Homes Free Remodeling Contest

Queens Tribune By Nick McLain
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Down On Their Luck, But Help Has Arrived

Queens Tribune By Lori Gross
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Thank You Note from Customer

Dear Mitch,
It’s 10:30 on Wednesday night and I am sitting in my kitchen listening to the rain pounding on my roof as I have during many rainstorms in the past year. I wanted to let you know that you are thought of more often than you realize. The past few months have when it rains I think of you and how you have become an angel to us. No longer do I sit with a wetvac waiting for my basement to flood or watch the water pool and cause the paint to bubble in my daughters room or watch water drip into my den from the ceiling above. It means the world to me especially since Chris can no longer help with these situations. I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know we are thinking of you and thanking you yet again.