TAPinto Berkeley Heights Directory of Advertisers


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Adams Fine Clothing, 908-665-0800

Allstate Insurance, Lori Cicali, (908)464-4500

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Autum Lake Healthcare, (908)897-1000

Berkeley Hardware and Paint, (908)464-2900

Berkeley Heights Education Foundation, info@bhedfoundation.org

Berkeley Heights YMCA, (908) 464-8373

Berkeley Heights Youth Soccer Club

Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Realty New Jersey, (908) 464-5200

Body Restoration, (908)464-4644 

Coldwell Banker, Angela Penna, (908) 522-1800 office

Coldwell Banker, Lori Dahl, (908)528-2658

Cove Carpet One Floor & Home, (908)273-0220

Creative Wall Coverings & Interiors, (908)665-7997

D’Amico Landscaping & Construction, (908)522-3283

DeFabio Chiropractic, (908)771-0220

Delicious Heights(908) 464-3287

Door Boy, (908)336-1567

East Modern Asian Restaurant(908) 898-1988

Edison Heating & Cooling, (908) 753-1777

eMedical Urgent Care - (908)464-6700

Gabriele Fitness & Performance -  (908)464-4441

Goodman's Deli and Restaurant -  (908)898-0900

Kaplan Financial Services, (908)898-0549

New Providence Chiropractic, (908)-665-1818

Our Lady of Peace Church(908) 464-8156

Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness Center(908) 363-5535

Peak Medical, (908)665-0770 

Primrose School of Berkeley Heights, (908)286-0900

Reiner Insurance, Nancy Reiner, (908)872-8432

Skin Deep Salon and Spa(908) 508-1800

Smith Chiropractic, (908)464-8899

Sublime Salon and Day Spa
(908) 464-8422

Summit Area YMCA, (908)273-3330

Summit Psychological Services, P.A., (908)273-5558

TLC Computer Services, (877)926-8852

TMC's Boutique(908) 473-0982

Wealth Financial Partners, (877)714-2362

Weltman Home Services, (888)814-7432

Wharton Music Center,  (908) 790-0700

White Tiger Dojo , Martial Arts School,

Woodward Properties, (908)598-0155


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