Description: Hvac - contractor, electrical - spec contractor
License Number: IDHVC-C-5894
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Install one dryer vent with initial certificate of value of $800

Install one dryer vent with initial certificate of value of $800
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Description: Hvac - contractor
License Number: IDHVC-C-10040
Description: General commercial
License Number: IDRCE-6306
Description: Other
License Number: IDRCE-3773
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Bond Amount: $20,000.
Bonded: Yes
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Corner bakery - walk in cooler

Corner bakery - walk in cooler
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Description: Contractor, contractor with lrf, s360 - refrigeration qualifier, hvac
License Number: UT7664454-5501
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Bond Amount: 20,000 00
Bonded: Yes
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Mechanical permit-new: 4 ton rtu, curbs, drops, stat

Mechanical permit-new: 4 ton rtu, curbs, drops, stat
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Description: Electrical - spec journeyman
License Number: IDELE-SJ-1488
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Furnish and install commercial refrigeration pipng and components i... more

Furnish and install commercial refrigeration pipng and components including materials and labor. $32
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Jack Frost Inc

Boise, ID 1 review
Description: Hvac - contractor
License Number: IDHVC-C-3066

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Description: Hvac - journeyman, electrical - spec journeyman
License Number: IDHVC-J-229
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Install combo refrigeration. cert of value $3300

Install combo refrigeration. cert of value $3300
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Description: General remodel
License Number: IDRCE-458
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B & d foods-refrigeration equipment shelter and condenser support s... more

B & d foods-refrigeration equipment shelter and condenser support structure (foundation only)-to ins
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Description: Air conditioning and refrigeration
License Number: AZ262660
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Mechanical permit-new: in stall gas fireplace and woodburn ing fire... more

Mechanical permit-new: in stall gas fireplace and woodburn ing fireplqce
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License Number: IDC76893
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Supplemental permit for deferred struct. design of gondolas, refrig... more

Supplemental permit for deferred struct. design of gondolas, refrigeration shelves and walk-in coole
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