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Crestmark Custom Homes

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About the builder

Crestmark Custom Homes operates out of Meridian, ID and holds a General Residential license according to the Idaho contractors license board.

We were able to verify 3 building permits associated with Crestmark Custom Homes. Check out their permit history below to see where they have worked and what type of work they have done in the past. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of every project they have completed; just the projects we have been able to verify with the local permit authority.

Crestmark Custom Homes has a BuildZoom score of 96 and is rated in the top 20% of 53,194 contractors in Idaho.

Their license (IDRCE-1408) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Crestmark Custom Homes, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.


Contact Info

P.O. Box 954, Meridian, ID 83680 Edit

Building Permits Filed by Crestmark Custom Homes

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- 5994 E Millet Dr, Boise, ID

This project is for the addition of 390s.f. of living space to an existing 3800s.f. single family dwelling. the addition is created by utilizing a portion of the crawlspace area that is over excavated. the water heaters will be updated and relocated to an under the stair location. the new addition will be a guest sleeping room with a 3 / 4 bathroom (vanity, shower and watercloset). a-1 ok per colleen carroll. all per the approve plans as marked rescheck and the plan review notes. pep

Value: $40,000 | Business on permit: Crestmark Custom Homes | Type: Other | License number on permit: RCE-1408 | Parcel number: R8528670100 | Fees: $630 | Permit #: BLD10-02154

- 2598 N 27th St, Boise, ID

This permit is for the construction of a new two story single family dwelling. the main story has 1073 square feet with one bedroom and one bathroom and the attached garage is a total of 480 square feet. the second story is 989 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. the southeast side of the house has five foot setbacks which require a one hour rating on the underneath side. the permit holder is responsible to comply with r602.10 for wall bracing or build to an engineered design. r-1c zoning district and building setbacks per planning and zoning. built per all approved plans, red lining and plan review report. (bsp)

Value: $280,000 | Business on permit: Crestmark Custom Homes | Type: New structure | License number on permit: RCE-1408 | Parcel number: R2326910100 | Fees: $2,240 | Permit #: BLD08-01578

- 1706 N 28th St, Boise, ID

This project is for the construction of a new 268s.f. detached garagwe in the r1ch zoning district approved through drh07-00493 by julie archambeault. all per the approved plans as marked and the plan review notes. pep

Value: $18,000 | Business on permit: Crestmark Custom Homes | Type: Garage | License number on permit: RCE-1408 | Parcel number: R6876000420 | Fees: $329 | Permit #: BLD08-01474

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Key License Information

  • License #: IDRCE-1408
  • Status: Active
  • State: Idaho
  • Type: General Residential
  • Date Issued: 1/24/2006

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Does Crestmark Custom Homes carry a valid contracting license?

The state of Idaho does not license general contractors working on private sector residential or commercial projects, however many local jurisdictions require licensing. Homeowners should check references, and perform due diligence when hiring a contractor.

Crestmark Custom Homes currently holds license IDRCE-1408 ((General Residential)), which was Active when we last checked.

How important is contractor licensing in Idaho?

The goal of the Idaho Division of Building Safety is to protect the public health, safety and welfare through the registration and regulation of those who provide contracting services in Idaho. Plumbing and electrical contractors must pass a trade exam to become licensed in Idaho.

Your liability risk when hiring Crestmark Custom Homes

General Contractors in Idaho are not required to carry general liability insurance. It is always a good practice to only hire contractors with active liability and workers' compensation insurance policies. Request a copy of each certificate for your records before the project starts.

Financial recourse when hiring Crestmark Custom Homes

Homeowners can file complaints with the Idaho Attorney General's office of Consumer protection. To file a complaint about a plumbing, electrical, or HVAC contractor a homeowner can file complaints with the Idaho Division of Building Safety.

What else should I know before hiring Crestmark Custom Homes

Idaho has minimal regulations on contractor licensing so it is the consumer's responsibility to perform their due diligence and ask for client referrals before hiring. The Idaho State Police Department also maintains a Website so Idaho citizens can run their own criminal background check if they are so inclined.

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