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Beyond Cabinet and Marble LLC

Kitchen Remodeling Bethel

Beyond Cabinet and Marble LLC

170 Greenwood Ave
Bethel CT 06801
United States

(203) 309-1119

Business Description

Beyond Cabinets & Marble LLC supplies all types of high-end kitchen cabinetry for all purposes that combine function and design. Our mission is to provide honest, professional service and high-quality products for our clients in Bethel, CT. Our mission is to build strong working relationships with our suppliers and employees to ensure that our customers receive the best products and service. We understand how important it is for customers to receive high-quality products with warranties. We are certified, bonded, and insured, and we provide free estimates and discounts.

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Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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About Bethel

Bethel (Hebrew: בֵּית אֵל, romanized: Bēṯ ʾĒl, "House of El" or "House of God", also transliterated Beth El, Beth-El, Beit El; Greek: Βαιθήλ; Latin: Bethel) was an ancient Israelite city and sacred space that is frequently mentioned in the Hebrew Bible.Bethel is first referred to in the Bible as being near the place where Abram pitched his tent. Later, Bethel is mentioned as the location of Jacob's Ladder that Jacob named Bethel "House of God". The name is further used for a border city located between the territory of the tribe of Benjamin and that of the tribe of Ephraim, which first belonged to the Benjaminites and was later conquered by the Ephraimites. In the 4th century, Eusebius and Jerome described Bethel as a small village that lay 12 Roman miles north of Jerusalem to the right or the east of the road leading to Neapolis.Most scholars identify Bethel with the modern-day village of Beitin, located in the West Bank, 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) northeast of Ramallah, but a few scholars prefer al-Bireh. In 1977, the biblical name was applied to the Israeli settlement of Beit El, founded nearby. In several countries, particularly the United States, the name has been given to various locations (see Bethel (disambiguation)). == Identification == === Beitin === Edward Robinson identified the Arab village of Beitin in the West Bank with ancient Bethel in Biblical Researches in Palestine, 1838–52. He based this assessment on its fitting the location described in earlier texts, and on the philological similarities between the modern and ancient name, arguing that the replacement of the Hebrew el with the Arabic in was not unusual. Henry Baker Tristram repeated this claim. Most modern academics continue to identify Bethel with Beitin.

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