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TNM Building & Development

Active License
5 Years in Business

About the contractor

TNM Building & Development is a full service, family owned and operated business. Licensed, bonded and insured, they offer design and project management services for residential and commercial construction in Las Cruces, Hatch, and Mesilla. They provide in-house design, development and construction services for new construction, remodeling and renovation projects as well additions. They feel that a high quality and superb client relationship is the heart of their business and is sole factor of a successful company.

TNM Building & Development operates out of Fairacres, NM and holds a Gb98 license according to the New Mexico contractors license board.

TNM Building & Development has a BuildZoom score of 110 and is rated in the top 5% of 37,161 contractors in New Mexico.


Contact Info

PO Box 266, Fairacres, NM 88033
(575) 202-4836

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Remodeling Advice 2 answers

What should I do in Pennsylvania if a contractor takes a deposit and disappears?
Asked on August 28, 2013 by Jiyan

I hired a contractor to perform some work in PA, paid them a deposit of $3,000 and they walked off the job and I haven't heard from them again.

Besides leaving a review on BuildZoom and filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, what are the steps I can take to recover my deposit and make sure this contractor doesn't take advantage of others in the future?

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I actually took over a project that the previous contractor bailed on. The client was able to contact their bank and reverse the funds. It took about a month for them to recieve their funds, however the bank was able to take care of the situation. Hopefully you paid with a check or card payment... Read full answer

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How can I repair damage to my hardwood floor?
Asked on February 9, 2013 by Anomymous

I recently dropped a Hookah charcoal on my hardwood flooring and it caused some damage.  The finish was damaged however the wood itself seems to be intact.  I spoke with one contractor who said I needed to completely replace the floor however I’m interested in getting some advice on how to proceed.  Here is what the damage looks like:

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The most cost efficient solution would be to have a quality wood worker sand the area lightly, re-stain the area that has been sanded. After the stain has completely dried spray the wood sealer over the area to match the finish of the floor. Read full answer

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Key Business Information

  • License Number: 373154
  • Status: Active
  • State: New Mexico
  • Type: GB98
  • Date Issued: 2012-02-07
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  • Insurer: Burke Insurance
  • Insured up to: $1,000,000 / 2,000,000
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Michael Fraembs
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