About the contractor
Olde World Masonry operates out of Dillsburg, PA and holds a All Types Of Masonry Brick Block... license according to the Pennsylvania contractors license board.
Olde World Masonry has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 125,106 contractors in Pennsylvania.
Their license (PA070189) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Olde World Masonry, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.
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106 Buildzoom Score
102 Buildzoom Score
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Key Business Information
- Status: Active
- State: Pennsylvania
- Type: All Types Of Masonry Brick Block Stone Stucco Concrete Tile And Excavation Restoration And Repair Specialists For Both Residential And Commercial Projects
- Date Issued: 2010-06-14
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