Zuniga's Plumbing, Inc.

121
Chicago, IL 1 review
Recent Building Permit
Collect penalty fee for working without the correct plumber. $1,000.

Collect penalty fee for working without the correct plumber. $1,000.
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R.E.I. Plumbing & Construction

Chicago, IL
Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Revision to permit to change the plumbing contractor to rei plumbing.

Revision to permit to change the plumbing contractor to rei plumbing.
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Description: Plumbing contractors
License Number: PL-2007-133
Recent Building Permit
1864 sherman ave. replacing aged galvanized steel plumbing piping w... more

1864 sherman ave. replacing aged galvanized steel plumbing piping with new copper piping and related
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Description: Gas fitting, plumbing
License Number: VI2705085356
Recent Building Permit
Change plumber to moody plumbing for permit 100578710

Change plumber to moody plumbing for permit 100578710
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Recent Building Permit
Replace plumbing fixtures in unit 12 a

Replace plumbing fixtures in unit 12 a
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Description: Sub contractor (per trade)
License Number: 2012-CR00638
Recent Building Permit
Deconvert basement, remove partions and cap/seal plumbing per code ... more

Deconvert basement, remove partions and cap/seal plumbing per code requirements. electrical on separ
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Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Plumbing only, extend floor drain for mechanical equiptment that wa... more

Plumbing only, extend floor drain for mechanical equiptment that was installed under permit # 100561
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Apex Plumbing & Sewer

Chicago, IL
Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Repair water service from b box to house

Repair water service from b box to house
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Recent Building Permit
Revision to permit # 100548080 to pay swo fee (non-licensed plumber... more

Revision to permit # 100548080 to pay swo fee (non-licensed plumbers installing plumbing)
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Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Plumbing only.replacement of plumbing fixtures only.work on 9 th,10... more

Plumbing only.replacement of plumbing fixtures only.work on 9 th,10 th,11 th and 12 th floors mens a
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Description: Plumbing contractors
Recent Building Permit
Replace plumbing fixtures and shut off valves in unit 1301

Replace plumbing fixtures and shut off valves in unit 1301
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Description: Plumbing contractors
Recent Building Permit
Unit #30-b only: replace existing plumbing fixtures with new 2 toil... more

Unit #30-b only: replace existing plumbing fixtures with new 2 toilets, 2 tub and shower valves,1 tu
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Description: Plumbing
License Number: 2012-CR3928
Recent Building Permit
Correct plumbing per building violations bsmt bathroom to remain. p... more

Correct plumbing per building violations bsmt bathroom to remain. permit for existing 6' high wood f
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Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Replace 3 sets of shut off valves in units 4a & 15a .plumbing only.

Replace 3 sets of shut off valves in units 4a & 15a .plumbing only.
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Description: Plumbing
Recent Building Permit
Revision to permit # 100348860 to change plumbing contractor of rec... more

Revision to permit # 100348860 to change plumbing contractor of record to first national plumbing.
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