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Lisa and Anthony Carbone are the owners of TimberRidge Construction, a full service building and remodeling firm that specializes in custom homes, additions, and renovations for residential and commercial properties.

It’s not an exaggeration to say that the Takeover Makeover wouldn’t have happened without Lisa and Anthony! Caren Demyen said “I remember sitting down with Lisa back in the summer and saying how I had this idea of a Takeover Makeover. Lisa immediately said they would be part of it! Thanks to Anthony, Lisa, and the TimberRidge team, they were able to help us navigate the schedule of contractors and timeline. We really wouldn’t have been able to do this project without them. They were extremely patient, kind and supportive of me in the process and I am forever grateful!  It’s really been a learning experience for me and their dedication and passion to their work is second to none.”

Lisa and Anthony always look for ways to support the community any way they can. “We believe that giving back to our community is a responsibility for all,” said Lisa. “So many businesses have been negatively impacted by this current pandemic, including our own. I don’t think we will ever forget how stressful the first few months of this pandemic were for us, both personally and professionally. We are grateful we are able to give back to our community in this small way.” 

Lisa and Anthony are loyal customers of Periwinkle’s Fine Gifts. “We’ve shopped at Periwinkle’s ever since it opened in Cranford. We love visiting Elaine and her friendly puppy. Periwinkle’s is the source for all our Lampe Berger products. We love that she keeps track of our favorite fragrances just in case we forget what we have already tried!”

“We moved to Cranford specifically to raise our children and to grow roots for our small business,” said Lisa. “It has been the perfect town for both!  Cranford is unique because there is so much pride here. The majority of people here will go out of their way to help others.   We can only hope that Elaine, as well as her customers, are thrilled with the overall updates that have been made.”

For more information on TimberRidge Construction, you can visit their website,, or check them out on social media.

Thank you Lisa and Anthony for all of your help and support!

Anthony and Lisa Carbone moved to Cranford 14 years ago. They knew it would be a great town to raise their family, as well as run their business, TimberRidge Construction. They’re both very involved in the town and feel it’s important to give back to their community and show their children how to be a good citizen.  Whether it’s coaching a sport or being a member of the Board of Education, Anthony and Lisa have always been involved.

Anthony and Lisa started their business from the ground up. Anthony has always been in the industry but in 2005, they officially went off on their own to create TimberRidge. “We’re never not with each other!” said Lisa, laughing. 

They love the Downtown because of the variety of businesses, as well as the walkability and camaraderie with other business owners. Over the past few months, they spoke frequently with business owners and shared tips, successes, and failures. TimberRidge never shut down and Anthony and Lisa were adamant about keeping their employees on. During the quarantine, they ran into road blocks but continued to push through.

TimberRidge does additions, renovations and custom homes – anything that is a capital improvement. They are proud of how they will always go out of their way to support their Cranford community. The best way to stay informed is to go to their website and follow TimberRidge Construction on Instagram and Facebook.

Kyrie Irving decided to surprise his father with a renovation to several living spaces — taking down walls, gutting the kitchen and adding new furnishings to create a more open plan fit for the frequent parties his father throws for friends and family. TimberRidge Construction was more than willing to assist with all renovations for this high profile project.