Outdoor Living Perfected with Trex Decks in Old Bethpage, NY
Transform Your Home with Trex Decking
When you choose a Trex Deck from Libardi Island Landscaping for your home in Old Bethpage, NY, you’re investing in quality that lasts. Our Trex Decks are renowned for their durability and resilience, standing strong against the diverse weather conditions of Nassau County. The advanced materials used in Trex Decks resist fading, staining, and scratching, ensuring that your deck remains as stunning as the day it was installed. This longevity is a testament to the quality of both the materials we use and the craftsmanship of our installation team.
Moreover, Trex Decks require minimal maintenance, freeing you from the hassle of frequent repairs and upkeep. This means more time enjoying your beautiful outdoor space in Old Bethpage, NY, and less time worrying about maintenance. At Libardi Island Landscaping, we understand that a deck is an investment in your home and lifestyle. That’s why we ensure that each Trex Deck we install is built to the highest standards, promising enduring beauty and functionality. Contact 631-549-3161 to learn more about how a Trex Deck can enhance your home for years to come.
Customizable and Eco-Friendly Decking Solutions
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In addition to style, we focus on sustainability. Our Trex Decks are eco-friendly, made from recycled materials, reducing environmental impact. This makes them a great choice for eco-conscious homeowners in Old Bethpage, NY. Choosing Libardi Island Landscaping means opting for a beautiful and environmentally responsible deck. Call us at 631-549-3161 to explore your decking options.
Long-Lasting Quality with Trex Decks
Choosing a Trex Deck from Libardi Island Landscaping means investing in enduring quality. Our decks are built to withstand Nassau County’s weather conditions, resisting fading, staining, and wear. This durability ensures your deck remains in excellent condition for years, making it a valuable addition to your home.
Trex Decks require little maintenance, saving you time and effort. This means you can spend more time enjoying your outdoor space and less on upkeep. At Libardi Island Landscaping, we prioritize building decks that are not only visually appealing but also practical and durable. Contact 631-549-3161 to find out how a Trex Deck can enhance the value and enjoyment of your home.
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In 1695, Thomas Powell bought about 10,000 acres (40 km2) from local Indian tribes, including the Marsapeque, Matinecoc, and Sacatogue, for 140 English pounds. This land, which includes present day Bethpage, East Farmingdale, Farmingdale, Old Bethpage, Plainedge, Plainview, South Farmingdale, and part of Melville, is known as the Bethpage Purchase and is approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) east to west and 5 miles (8.0 km) north to south.
Powell called his land Bethphage, because it was situated between two other places on Long Island, Jericho and Jerusalem, just as the biblical town of Bethphage (meaning “house of figs”) was situated between Jericho and Jerusalem. Today, the Long Island place formerly called Jerusalem is known as Wantagh and Island Trees, while the placename Jericho is unaltered. Over time, Bethpage was spelled without the second “H”. Powell’s 14 children split up his purchase and it evolved into several farming communities, and the one in this mostly central part of the purchase retained the name “Bethpage”.
A railroad spur completed in 1873, known as the Bethpage Branch of the Central Railroad of Long Island, ran to a brickworks plant which had opened on what is now Battle Row and Bethpage-Sweet Hollow Road in the 1860s. The railway was built to transport bricks for the construction of Alexander Stewart’s Garden City.For a few years, regularly scheduled passenger traffic also appeared in timetables, with the station being called Bethpage. The line was abandoned in 1942. Remnants of a locomotive turntable can be found in the woods of Bethpage State Park on the east side of Round Swamp Road. The brickyard continued operations under different owners until 1981, with different sections known variously as Bethpage Brickworks, Queens County Brick Manufacturing Company, Post Brick Company, and (after Nassau County split from Queens County in 1899) Nassau Brick Company. The pitted terrain at the brickworks was used in investigations by Grumman for digital mapping of Earth.Learn more about Old Bethpage.