Friday, August 22, 2008


Top Rated New York Temporary Wall Companies

Great Album...Won't Help You Subdivide an Apartment, Though

One side effect of the housing and mortgage crisis that has not been discussed enough is the fact that for the most part, rental rates for apartments in NYC and Brooklyn have never been higher. With less people able to get a mortgage to purchase a home, rentals have become the only option for a lot of New Yorkers. has done a great job covering this story so we won't go into it at length, but suffice it to say, if you are coming out of college or moving to New York City right now on a limited budget, subdividing a one or two bedroom apartment with a temporary wall or a pressurized wall may be the way to go...if you can find a tolerable roommate!

With this in mind, we thought we'd spotlight the 3 highest-rated pressurized wall companies in New York on

First up is Wallzilla, one of the big boys in the temporary wall business in NYC. They're based on 57th Street and come out to all locations to take accurate measurements and give competitive quotes.
Wallzilla's Profile on

Next up is Wall 2 Wall, based on Maiden Lane in NYC. Wall 2 Wall not only specializes in pressurized wall systems, they can also help with your home theater system, furniture assembly and artwork installations.
Wall 2 Wall's Profile on

Rounding out the top 3 is Brooklyn's 1 Wall 2 Rooms. They are known as a friendly, responsible company according to one reviewer who was very pleased that they cleaned up after themselves and answered all of her questions.
1 Wall 2 Rooms Profile on

To learn more about temporary pressurized walls in New York, visit the home improvement tips section: The Temporary Wall Cheat Sheet

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