About the Contractor
The Southeast's Premier Rain Water Harvesting Installer:
Cape Fear Rain Water Harvesting, Inc. offers accredited, integrated and customized design, sales, installation, maintenance and consultation service to federal, municipal, military, industrial, agricultural, commercial, residential and institutional clientele.
Certifications & Qualifications include:
- North Carolina Licensed General Contractor & Plumbing Contractor.
- A.R.C.S.A. Accredited Professional
- Certified Small Business Enterprise
- Fully Bonded and Insured
- Highly trained, experienced & certified technicians
Scopes of Work include:
- L.E.E.D. Projects
- New Construction
- Existing Property Retrofits
- Passive or Active Systems
- Storm Water Runoff Control
- Sustainable Water Resources & Solutions
Our Capabilities include:
- Rain Water & Stormwater Harvesting Systems
- Storm Water Best Management Practices
- Aquatic & Pond Design, Installation, Management &
CAPE FEAR RAIN WATER HARVESTING, INC. operates out of Wilmington, NC and holds a Limited: H Grading And Excavation;... license according to the North Carolina contractors license board.
CAPE FEAR RAIN WATER HARVESTING, INC. has a BuildZoom score of 102 and is rated in the top 10% of 101,103 contractors in North Carolina.
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Key Business Information
- Status: Active
- State: North Carolina
- Type: Limited: H - Grading and Excavation; Plumbing Contractor
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