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Larry Mccrery operates out of Phoenix, AZ and holds a B General Residential Contractor license according to the Arizona contractors license board.

We were able to verify 3 building permits associated with Larry Mccrery. 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.

Larry Mccrery has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 71,576 contractors in Arizona.

Their license (AZ63831) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Larry Mccrery, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.


Contact Info

1820 E Deer Valley Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85024 Edit

Building Permits Filed by Larry Mccrery

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April 7, 2003 - 22239 N 17th Pl, Phoenix, AZ

Install a 3000 gallon con vault above-ground diesel gas tank and pole mounted light fixture.

Value: $18,000 | Business on permit: Larry Mccrery | Type: Commercial miscellaneous | Square feet: 88 | Job value: 18000 | Phone number on permit: 569-0900 | Parcel number: 213-32-008 | Fees: 203.00 | Permit #: SE-03008422

March 25, 2003 - 22239 N 17th Pl, Phoenix, AZ

New single story office building; masonary construction ;wood frame roof/metal roofing; fire

Value: $310,632 | Business on permit: Larry Mccrery | Type: Commercial new | Square feet: 3878 | Job value: 310632 | Phone number on permit: 569-0900 | Parcel number: 213-32-008 | Fees: 6680.50 | Permit #: BLD-03007338

October 2, 1996 - 1820 E Deer Valley Dr, Phoenix, AZ

Value: $70,000 | Business on permit: Larry Mccrery | Type: Commercial new | Square feet: 7200 | Job value: 70000 | Phone number on permit: 569-0900 | Parcel number: 213-03-686 | Fees: 889.20 | Permit #: SE-96023234

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Electrical permit to rewire house and install new electrical panel ... more

Electrical permit to rewire house and install new electrical panel to bring up to date with current codes, to be installed per 2005 nec and city of mesa electric specifications. no plans required.
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Key License Information

  • License #: AZ63831
  • Status: Active
  • State: Arizona
  • Type: B General Residential Contractor
  • Date Issued: 1985-10-01

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  • Bonded Agent: Merchants Bonding Co Mutual
  • Bond Value: $9,000
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Does Larry Mccrery carry a valid contracting license?

Although the State of Arizona allows its residents to hire unlicensed contractors, however it strongly encourages them to hire licensed contractors for remodeling or construction work.

Larry Mccrery currently holds license AZ63831 ((B General Residential Contractor)), which was Active when we last checked.

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The Arizona Registrar of Contractors maintains high standards for licensing. Applicants are required to pass a written board exam and prove at least four years of prior, relevant work experience (this varies a bit based on specialty).

Your liability risk when hiring Larry Mccrery

Licensed contractors in Arizona with employees are required to carry workers' compensation insurance.

Financial recourse when hiring Larry Mccrery

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Larry Mccrery has a $9,000 bond with Merchants Bonding Co Mutual.

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