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Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry

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About the carpenter

Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry operates out of Lebanon, OR and holds a license according to the Oregon contractors license board.

We were able to verify 2 building permits associated with Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry. 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.

Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry has a BuildZoom score of 93 and is rated in the top 30% of 62,733 contractors in Oregon.

Their license (OR16254) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.


Contact Info

31168 Santiam Hwy Lebanon, Lebanon, OR 97361 Edit
(541) 258-8733 Edit

Building Permits Filed by Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry

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May 8, 2006 - 17174 Covina Rd, Bend, OR

Detached garage

Business on permit: Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry | Type: Residential structural | Job value: 0 | License number on permit: 0016254 | License name: HAROLD MCCRAVENS CUSTOM CARPENTRY | Parcel number: 201012A012500 | Fees: 353.00 | Employee: Grizzle,Jason L | Permit #: 247-B62244

June 14, 2001 - 1240 39th Ave Sw, Albany, OR

Ngar-1680 sq ft detached garage

Value: $27,334 | Business on permit: Mccravens, Harold, Custom Carpent | Type: Building combination permit | Square feet: 1680 | Job value: 27334 | License number on permit: 16254 | Parcel number: 11S04W24 00206 | Fees: 623.20 | Employee: Mccravens, Harold, Custom Carpent | Permit #: B-0614-01

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Description: Construction contractor, general
License # OR99253
Bond Amount: $20,000.
Bonded: Yes
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Commercial warehouse

Commercial warehouse
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Description: General contractor/all
License # OR155292
Bond Amount: $15,000.
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Replace as needed dry rot osb sheathing drain wrap siding

Replace as needed dry rot osb sheathing drain wrap siding
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Description: Carpenters
Bond Amount: $20,000.
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Fan for a master bathroom

Fan for a master bathroom
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Key License Information

  • License #: OR16254
  • Status: Active
  • State: Oregon
  • Date Issued: 2/1/1977

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  • Insurer: Hartford Casualty Ins Co
  • Insured up to: $500,000.00
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  • Bonded Agent: 101 Western Surety Company
  • Bond Value: $20,000
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Employees of Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry

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Mccraven, Frances Ione

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Does Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry carry a valid contracting license?

Oregon requires anyone who receives compensation for construction activity (including alterations to real estate) to be licensed by the Oregon Construction Contractors Board.

Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry currently holds license OR16254 (), which was Active when we last checked.

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The Oregon Board maintains high standards for contractor licensing. Although they do not require contractors (other than plumbers, electricians and other specialty trades) to have construction training, contractors are required to pass a Board exam prior to receiving their license.

Your liability risk when hiring Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry

Licensed contractors in Oregon are required to carry general liability insurance. The exact amount is determined by the type of work they do.

Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry holds a $500,000 insurance policy with Hartford Casualty Ins Co.

Financial recourse when hiring Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry

Licensed contractors in Oregon are required to carry a surety bond (ranging from $10k up to $75k based on their trade), which provides you with financial recourse in case they perform defective work or violate license regulations.

Harold Mccravens Custom Carpentry has a $200,00. bond with 101 Western Surety Company.

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