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All About Blinds

About the contractor

All About Blinds operates out of Granite Falls, WA and holds Construction Contractor, Window Coverings, Unused licenses according to the Washington contractors license board.

All About Blinds has a BuildZoom score of 97 and is rated in the top 20% of 128,670 contractors in Washington.

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Contact Info

12711 E Mac's Lp Rd, Granite Falls, WA 98252 Edit

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Key Business Information

  • License Number: WAALLABAB944LA
  • Status: Active
  • State: Washington
  • Type: Construction Contractor, Window Coverings, Unused
  • Date Issued: 6/1/2006
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  • Bonded Agent: CBIC
  • Bond Value: $6,000.0
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