thorp Construction
(412) 441-3478
Masonry, Block, Brick, Concrete, Stone, Retaining Walls & Garages, Retaining Walls,
Driveways, Sidewalks, Concrete Tear Outs, Concrete Walkways & Curbs,
Exposed Aggregate, basements, Foundations, Concrete Patios and Pool Decks

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COMPLETED PROJECTS

Residential Brick Addition,
Green House, Garage & Brick Walkway
Sewickley Heights, PA

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Front Porch
with stone wall,
Highland Park, PA

 

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La Roche
College Baseball
Dugout

 

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Side Brick Porch and steps, repeat customer.

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Exposed Aggregate Driveway,  Point Breeze, PA

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How about a new entrance way into your basement?

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Backyard Porch and Patio, repeat Customer

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Small Residential Stone Work

 
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Sidewalk with rounded design, Squirrel Hill, PA

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Residential footer for a very large house

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Wall & Sidewalk, Highland Park, PA

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Do you need a face Lift on Your House?

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Retaining Driveway Wall, Munhall, PA

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Residential Face Lift Brick over Existing House

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Decorative Yard Retaining Wall, Stanton Heights, PA

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Main Entrance Porch & Steps

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Footer and Foundation

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Ready to do something?

On July 1, 2009, the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act
(Senate Bill 100) took effect. This law requires home improvement contractors to register with the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office. Additionally, these contractors must maintain minimum insurance coverage and utilize contracts that comply with a number of consumer protection requirements specified in this law. The Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection is responsible for enforcement of these requirements.

Serving Pittsburgh PA