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Architectural Salvage has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 21,879 contractors in Nevada.
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RFBA now known as IZ Design Studio, was established in 1976. For the past thirty-six years, we have been designing educational, public works, comme... more RFBA now known as IZ Design Studio, was established in 1976. For the past thirty-six years, we have been designing educational, public works, commercial, medical, and residential projects with a focus on customer satisfaction. We hold current licenses in the states of Washington, Idaho, and Nevada. RFBA was renamed IZ Design Studio in 2010 upon the opening of the Nevada office. The Nevada location is new to the firm, but our clients will still receive the top expertise they have come to expect from Zach Broyles, Architect, LEED AP who has been working continuously in Nevada since 2003 as a lead designer and Project Manager for other local firms.
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Keep your home running with a home warranty
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Remodel without the risk
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