TINO GC

(516) 459-0692
www.TinoGC.com

Services Provided
Installers of Brick Veneer, Stone Veneer, Cast Stone, Stone Flagging, Brick Pavers, Custom Masonry Chimneys, Outdoor BBQ Areas and Fireplaces.

Areas Served
Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island, NY

Business Description
Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Our experience and our strive for perfection are the driving forces to our name. Our company was established in 1989 by Tino Buccitti, an Italian-American with a passion for masonry. From a family of masons, his experience stretches over 30 years and is made up by generations of knowledge passed down to him, as well as his undaunted desire to always want to learn more, and be better.

Today, our company works on some of the more prestigious, and beautiful homes of Long Island. We invite you to look at some of our work shown in the Photo Gallery. Please feel free to contract us with any questions you may have.

Certification and Awards
"Best In Class" Award Winner from the Brick Industry Association's "2007 Brick In Home Buildings Award"
Private Residence in Garden City, NY.

"Gold" Award Winner from the Brick Industry Association's "2007 Brick In Home Buildings Award"
Private Residence in East Islip, NY.
Nassau County High Quality Masonry Installers
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Garden City South, NY 11530 
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(516) 833-5579 
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More Power to You: How to Pick the Right Generator

If your home's electricity goes, don't let it take your necessities with it — keep systems running with this guide to backup power Full Story
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How to Build a Greener Driveway

New project for a new year: Install a permeable driveway to keep pollutants out of water sources and groundwater levels balanced Full Story
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Tara Framer
Ok... It's time to do my driveway... I'm in Westchester county -- in a suburb of NYC -- and I'm still looking for a paving contractor who does permeable or other Eco-friendly driveways, but there don't seem to be any in my area. Please respond if you know of any paving companies in the NY tri-state area who offer 'green' paving. Thanks!
April 16, 2014 at 8:17PM   
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Sidonia
Hi Tara. I know of MPS Paving Systems Australia who do beautiful natural stone permeable driveways all over the world. I'm not sure who their contractors are in NY area but you could contact them and find out: www.mpspaving.com.au. Hope this helps!
April 16, 2014 at 8:23PM   
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The Top 5 Ways to Save Water at Home

Get on the fast track to preserving a valuable resource and saving money too with these smart, effective strategies Full Story
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karelina
Forgot the rain garden pic.
June 12, 2014 at 11:44AM     
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Check out more ways you can save money on energy and water bills this summer!


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Just Add Water: Rain Barrel Magic

Take your rainwater storage from practical to beautiful with a new breed of design-friendly rain barrels Full Story
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http://rainwaterhog.com
Try Rainwater Hog, it's slick, modern, functional, and space saving. I own 6 of them which can collect up to 300 + gallons.
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Ashish Kumar
nice
July 21, 2014 at 8:35PM   
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Hiring a Home Inspector? Ask These 10 Questions

How to make sure the pro who performs your home inspection is properly qualified and insured, so you can protect your big investment Full Story
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loves2read
Didn't see the article itself--but new edition of Find HomeBuilding has many letters about a prior article on home inspectors...
many of the acrimonious about a personal experience using a home inspector (not so surprising)...but also other remarks that the article itself was not that accurate.

You need subscription or the magazine to read the original.
August 8, 2014 at 5:56PM   
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Dawn Owens
An honest realtor once told me 'a house is a wooden box that sits in the rain and rots.' Ever since then, I have wanted a non-wooden, non-box house. Maybe cobb, maybe cordwood, maybe stone and straw bail. Anything but 2 x 4's. I lived in a tepee once for a year. Most elegant, spiritual housing ever. You fall asleep looking at the stars and smelling woodsmoke and wake up to the birds and sunshine.
August 10, 2014 at 12:35PM     
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10 Smart Ideas for Your Laundry Room Remodel

Make washing and drying easier and more comfortable by considering ergonomics, storage and special features Full Story
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smittycdm
Holy moly, I posted my preceding comment before reading all the others!
Based on everyone's valuable input, I think i know why we haven't had a problem.
I wash all the dog beds, etc., on the Sanitary cycle w/an extra rinse, but no extra soap. My husband scolded me last week when watched me adding (liquid) soap & showed me I was using 1/2 the required amount, required per the mfgr bottle. I was using "eye-balling it" method; you know, a little more for sweaty clothes, a little less for delicates.
We love white vinegar & purchase it in 5 gallon jugs from Smart & Final. Have not personally tried in the washer, but who knows what my crazy hubby has been up to. That stuff disappears & you certainly can't drink it or can you?
He does wash all the cleaning rags in chlorine bleach which drives me insane. I tried throwing (recycling) out the bleach but he just bought more.
So, high temp wash, low amounts of soap, white vinegar & bleach. And the wiping of seal, leaving door cracked and rinsing/drying the dispenser assembly. Sounds like a lot, but is 2nd nature.
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maggie200
You asked about glass blocks. I love them and in the shower area they look good after a shower and John Whipple the Pro advised you clean them with your fav vinegar and water once a month to keep them sparkling. I am on Pinterest and if you can get to my site http://www.pinterest.com/SEllieS/ then go to bathrooms and you will see all of the different ways glass blocks are used. Hope this helps. They are sparkling
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Wake Up Your Woodwork With Black

Strike a dramatic note with black window frames, shelves, stairs and more, making features stand out or blend in Full Story
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Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Here's a great example of black windows with black bathroom cabinetry...
Schwartz Residence 1
Schwartz Residence 2
August 14, 2014 at 9:02AM     
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trixietrudy
Just painted one wall in my entry hall a deep charcoal. Love it. Have to get a larger painting now!
August 17, 2014 at 11:38AM     
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The Future of Smart Design: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

See why reducing waste in a home construction project should appeal to every architect, designer and client Full Story
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jhardingg
Peggy, I've had great luck with getting rid of new building materials by posting them on Craigslist under the "for sale - free" category rather than the "for sale - materials by owner" category. Seems like someone somewhere is always working on a project and will appreciate getting supplies at no cost to them.
August 4, 2014 at 6:48PM   
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Peggy Tupper
jhardingg: Kijiji is far more popular here than Craigslist.
August 4, 2014 at 7:27PM   
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The Question That Can Make You Love Your Home More

Change your relationship with your house for the better by focusing on the answer to something designers often ask Full Story
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jen046
Surprising, unique, colorful.
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Lori McGhee
I want my home to be an extension of me, simples as that so colourful, original and comfortable. Am I the only one who doesn't give a fig what visitors think? I am not rude it's just they don't live here and if my décor offends them to the point that they would rather not visit then hip hip hooray because they are not my kind of people!
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Houzz Tour: Lofty Ambitions Transform a Manhattan Apartment

Thanks to a loft bed and clever features, this home’s compact footprint doesn’t cramp the owner’s style Full Story
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mrachlin14
Tiny apt
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TAG
Great use of space .... at 500 sft ...... you packed a lot in.
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7 Kitchen Flooring Materials to Boost Your Cooking Comfort

Give your joints a break while you're standing at the stove, with these resilient and beautiful materials for kitchen floors Full Story
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Paula Sparks
We used vinyl wood look planks in a rental property - it's not only beautiful and indestructible, but planks can be replaced if ever needed. We've used laminate in our own home for years - never had any problems with it at all and it's much more forgiving than any of the hard floor surfaces. Going green with cork would have been our first choice, but reviews indicate that cork fades in the sun - since our kitchen is very large and half of it gets the afternoon sun, we'd have ended up with a 2 tone floor. Not an option!
August 21, 2014 at 5:29AM   
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qofmiwok
dercamp Can you tell me which Karndean Luxury Vinyl plank you used, and approximate cost? Thanks!
August 21, 2014 at 1:21PM   
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