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License # IDHVC-C-5894 (Hvac - Contractor, Electrical - Spec ...)
residential
electrical
Alpine Refrigeration & Hvac Llc operates out of Boise, ID and holds a hvac - contractor, electrical - spec contractor license according to the Idaho Division of Building Safety. We were able to verify 1 building permits associated with Alpine Refrigeration & Hvac Llc.  more
$800
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1
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93
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License # IDHVC-C-10040 (Hvac - Contractor)
residential
hvac
All Phase Refrigeration & A/C is a Boise, ID based contractor with a hvac - contractor license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.  more
90
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License # IDRCE-6306 (General Commercial)
commercial
general contracting
Headquartered in Boise, ID, Boise Appliance And Refrigeration Co holds a general commercial license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.  more
90
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License # IDRCE-3773 (Other)
residential/commercial
Boise, ID based Boise Refrigeration Service Company holds a other license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety. Our records indicate they have received 1 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
1
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101
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License # UT7664454-5501 (Contractor, Contractor With Lrf, S360...)
residential/commercial
hvac
Tvr Inc - a contracting professional based in Boise, ID. Our records indicate they hold a contractor, contractor with lrf, s360 - refrigeration qualifier, hvac license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety  more
$29K
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580
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108
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License # NM55686
residential
Warrior Refrigeration Contractors has a BuildZoom score of 70If you are considering hiring Warrior Refrigeration Contractors, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.  more
70
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License # IDELE-SJ-1488 (Electrical - Spec Journeyman)
residential
electrical
Martin Evans is a Boise, ID based contractor with a electrical - spec journeyman license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety. The most recent permit we have on file for them was issued on Aug 09, 1999. In total, we were able to identify 11 building permits associated with Martin Evans.  more
$9.2K
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11
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License # IDHVC-C-3066 (Hvac - Contractor)
residential
hvac
5 (1)
Headquartered in Boise, ID, Jack Frost Inc holds a hvac - contractor license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.  more
97
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License # IDHVC-J-229 (Hvac - Journeyman, Electrical - Spec ...)
residential
electrical
Boise, ID based William Lamson holds a hvac - journeyman, electrical - spec journeyman license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety. Our records indicate they have received 31 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
$4K
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31
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90
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License # IDRCE-458 (General Remodel)
residential
general contracting
Double L Construction,Llc - a contracting professional based in Boise, ID. Our records indicate they hold a general remodel license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety and have completed 3 permitted improvements starting in May 30, 2013.  more
$24.7K
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3
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License # AZ262660 (Air Conditioning And Refrigeration)
residential/commercial
hvac
Evenflo Heating & Air Conditioning operates out of Boise, ID and holds a air conditioning and refrigeration license according to the Idaho Division of Building Safety. We were able to verify 463 building permits associated with Evenflo Heating & Air Conditioning.  more
$4.1K
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463
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98
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License # IDC76893
residential/commercial
Sielaff, Brian J is a Boise, ID based contractor with a license with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.  more
17
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Here are some of the rules, regulations, and laws governing contractors in Idaho

When do you need to hire a licensed contractor in Idaho?

The state of Idaho does not license general contractors working on private sector residential or commercial projects, however many local jurisdictions require licensing. Homeowners should check references, and perform due diligence when hiring a contractor.

How important is contractor licensing in Idaho?

The goal of the Idaho Division of Building Safety is to protect the public health, safety and welfare through the registration and regulation of those who provide contracting services in Idaho. Plumbing and electrical contractors must pass a trade exam to become licensed in Idaho.

Your liability risk when hiring a licensed contractor in Idaho

General Contractors in Idaho are not required to carry general liability insurance. It is always a good practice to only hire contractors with active liability and workers' compensation insurance policies. Request a copy of each certificate for your records before the project starts.

Financial recourse when hiring a contractor in Idaho

Homeowners can file complaints with the Idaho Attorney General's office of Consumer protection. To file a complaint about a plumbing, electrical, or HVAC contractor a homeowner can file complaints with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.

What else should I know before hiring a contractor in Idaho?

Idaho has minimal regulations on contractor licensing so it is the consumer's responsibility to perform their due diligence and ask for client referrals before hiring. The Idaho State Police Department also maintains a Website so Idaho citizens can run their own criminal background check if they are so inclined.

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You should get several bids before hiring a contractor

Before hiring a contractor in Idaho, be sure to get at least 3 detailed bids. Quality contractors will take the time to explain their budget proposal, and help guide you through the estimate process. Be wary of an abnormally low bid, they are not worth the risk. These underpriced projects often do not end well for the homeowner, choose a contractor you trust and can clearly communicate with. BuildZoom has made the bid collection process extremely simple (and free). Just click here to get started.