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Five Star was created in 1995, when the founder realized the great demand for quality and integrity in the home remodeling industry. Since then, we have enjoyed much success in the helping of thousands of homeowners across the tri-state area. We combine quality workmanship, superior knowledge, and low prices to provide you with service for your bathroom remodeling project unmatched by our competitors. We have the experience, personnel and resources to make the project run smoothly. We can ensure a job is done on time. Five Star is a fully licensed, insured, family-owned remodeling company; providing quality and affordable home improvements for over 23 years! Our Mission is to continue providing the utmost customer service for years to come. Five Star pledges to provide the utmost customer service, safety, and quality work in a timely fashion.  At Five Star Home Remodeling, Basement Waterproofing is our specialty! In addition, we offer Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Services as well as a variety of other Home Improvement Services. Let our team of talented designers, architects, and technicians take the room of your dreams and make it a reality! When our bathroom remodeling experts are complete, you will have a space you LOVE!  Know that your project is in safe hands with one of New Jersey’s most trusted, talented and established contractors. Contact the professionals at Five Star today, at 856-829-4900!

Facts About Woodbridge

Woodbridge Township is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township had a total population of 99,585, reflecting an increase of 2,382 (+2.5%) from the 97,203 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 4,117 (+4.4%) from the 93,086 counted in the 1990 Census. Woodbridge was the sixth-most-populous municipality in New Jersey in 2000 and 2010. Woodbridge hosts the intersection of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, the two busiest highways in the state, and also serves as the headquarters for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. According to Joshua Coffin, the early settlers included “Captain John Pike, the ancestor of General Zebulon Montgomery Pike, who was killed at the battle of Queenstown in 1813; Thomas Bloomfield, the ancestor of Joseph Bloomfield, some years governor of New Jersey, for whom the township of Bloomfield, New Jersey is named; John Bishop, senior and junior; Jonathan Haynes; Henry Jaques; George March; Stephen Kent; Abraham Toppan, junior; Elisha Ilsley; Hugh March; John Bloomfield; Samuel Moore; Nathaniel Webster; John Ilsley; and others.” Woodbridge was the site of the first gristmill in New Jersey. The mill was built by Jonathan Singletary Dunham (married to Mary Bloomfield, relative of Joseph Bloomfield).

n the center of Woodbridge Heards Brook passes through Heards Brook Park. Described as “the most preferred tourist attraction in Woodbridge,” it has a wooded area, picnic tables, tree-lined stone pathways, basketball courts and “stunning views of the brook.” The Rutgers floodplain plan is to integrate smaller areas of parkland in the eastern portion of Heards Brook into the larger area of open spaces with a bioswale. In 2013, the Ernest L. Oros Wildlife Preserve was dedicated; the Preserve occupies 99 acres (40 ha) along the Woodbridge River and has restored the river and adjacent land as a nature preserve. Activities include hiking, boating, bird watching, and picnicking Many bird species have been observed along the river, particularly at the Oros Preserve. Bird sightings include wading birds (great blue herons and great egrets), the bald eagle, belted kingfishers and Canada goose. Eight mammal species have been noted, including raccoon and red fox; nine fish species have been identified, including the American eel. The Preserve has been called “an important hot spot in an otherwise highly developed area.” Within the preserve is the Butterfly Garden. Downstream and north of Port Reading Avenue is Woodbridge River Park. It covers 40 acres (16 ha), and has been described as “loaded with channels, backwaters, oxbows and suitable for canoes.” The Middlesex Greenway is a 3.5-mile (5.6 km) long rail trail, a former Lehigh Valley Railroad rail line between Metuchen and Woodbridge. It makes up a portion of the East Coast Greenway. Merrill Park is a 179 acres (72 ha) park along the banks of the South Branch Rahway River, fully renovated in 2013. It has sports facilities, playgrounds, bike paths and walkways. James Parker founded the first printing press in New Jersey in 1751; his building has been restored with an old working printing press. It is located in Parker Press Park, Woodbridge Proper; the park has concert series in the summer. Woodbridge Community Center has a gym, miniature golf course, batting cages, a pool, community rooms, a playground, and also has “The Arenas”, which have a roller skating rink with arcade and an ice skating rink. Joseph Medwick Park is a Middlesex County Park, shared with Carteret, along banks of the Rahway River. It is part of the Rahway River Greenway Plan.

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