Collingswood, NJ is a big suburb across the Delaware from Philadelphia.  Collingswood is a great place to live and work.  With many homes, apartments, businesses and churches in Collingswood, NJ looking to get spruced up and upgraded with renovations. Three Brothers Builders is the best general contractor in Cherry Hill, NJ, and we provide the ability to make your dream home a reality. We have been in the business for over 20 years, renovating hundreds of homes and businesses in Collingswood.  Whether it is installing a window or a door or putting an addition on a home, no remodel job is too big or too small for Three Brother Builders.


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We take great pride the work that we do on people's homes and businesses.  When remodeling your home, we will transparent in every step of the way.  We want to make your Cherry Hill home stand out and Three Brothers Builders can make that happen.  We can get you what you want, at the price you want.


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History Of Collingswood, NJ

Collingswood is a borough in Camden CountyNew Jersey, United States, located 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Center City, Philadelphia. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 13,926, reflecting a decline of 400 (-2.8%) from the 14,326 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 963 (-6.3%) from the 15,289 counted in the 1990 Census.

Owing in part to its Quaker history, Collingswood was founded as a dry town where alcohol cannot be sold, however restaurant patrons are permitted to bring their own wine and beer to consume. In July 2015, the town introduced an ordinance that will allow craft breweries to operate in the town but not serve food. The ordinance passed in August 2015.

Collingswood is well known for its selection of shops and restaurants primarily along Haddon Avenue and was ranked as the "#1 small-town food scene in America" by USA Today in May 2018.