About the contractor
James L. Connelly Excavating operates out of Palmerton, PA and holds a Excavating Land Clearing Grading... license according to the Pennsylvania contractors license board.
James L. Connelly Excavating has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 125,106 contractors in Pennsylvania.
Their license (PEPA070834) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring James L. Connelly Excavating, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.
Reviews of James L. Connelly Excavating
107 Buildzoom Score
105 Buildzoom Score
We done it all from new home construction to restoring an old barn or a small repair on your home no job is to big or small with over 40 years in b... more We done it all from new home construction to restoring an old barn or a small repair on your home no job is to big or small with over 40 years in business we have generations of knowledge to fulfill your construction needs.
Key Business Information
- Status: Active
- State: Pennsylvania
- Type: Excavating - Land Clearing - Grading - Driveway New Or Repaired - Sewer And, Additions, Or Other.
- Date Issued: 7/13/2010
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