Approximately 100 business leaders, community members and elected officials attend celebration co-hosted by Warwick Chamber of Commerce
Monroe, N.Y. — Nebrasky Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, in conjunction with the Warwick Chamber of Commerce, hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting recently, to mark the grand re-opening of its office, which recently underwent a six-month, complete renovation (service was not interrupted during this time). Approximately 100 business leaders, community members and elected officials were in attendance, including County Executive Steve Neuhaus, Monroe Mayor Neil Dwyer, Monroe Town Supervisor Tony Cardone, Warwick Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton and Assemblyman Karl Brabenec.
“I’m proud that the company has continued to grow, enabling us to hire additional employees,” said Paul Nebrasky, owner of Nebrasky Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. “I’m fortunate to have such a wonderful team, and to have such overwhelming support as we approach nearly 35 years of serving the Hudson Valley region.”
Attendees enjoyed refreshments catered by The Best of Little Italy in Monroe and Hard Cider and Beer from Penning’s Farm Cidery of Warwick while touring the common areas of the newly renovated office space. Highlights of the renovations include bringing the office into modern design with new and improved workspaces, new technology throughout, and a state-of-the-art training area.
Located in Monroe, N.Y., Nebrasky Plumbing, Heating & Cooling has been delivering exceptional service from trusted professionals since 1988. The company handles all phases of plumbing, heating, cooling, home energy assessments and more, and serves the mid-Hudson Valley region. For more information, visit www.nebraskyplumbing.com.