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License # 810636 (Roofing)
residential
roofing
Continental Roofing operates out of Merced, CA and holds a roofing license according to the California Contractors State License Board. We were able to verify 1 building permits associated with Continental Roofing.  more
$3.5K
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License # 319974 (Roofing)
residential
roofing
Jesse Scoggins is a Merced, CA based contractor with a roofing license with the California Contractors State License Board. The most recent permit we have on file for them was issued on Sep 04, 2014. In total, we were able to identify 34 building permits associated with Jesse Scoggins.  more
$9.6K
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34
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License # 754669 (Roofing)
residential
roofing
Headquartered in Merced, CA, Callahan Roofing holds a roofing license with the California Contractors State License Board. We have records on 16 permitted improvement projects they have worked on. The most recent took place on Nov 14, 2014.  more
$13.6K
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License # 392256 (General Building Contractor)
residential
roofing
Merced, CA based Merced Roofing holds a general building contractor license with the California Contractors State License Board. Our records indicate they have received 99 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
$7.5K
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residential
roofing
Spirit Roofing - a contracting professional based in Merced, CA. Our records indicate they hold a license with the California Contractors State License Board and have completed 2 permitted improvements starting in Apr 10, 2007.  more
$11.1K
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License # 360587 (Roofing)
residential
roofing
Crystal Roofing Co operates out of Merced, CA and holds a roofing license according to the California Contractors State License Board. We were able to verify 22 building permits associated with Crystal Roofing Co.  more
$7.7K
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22
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residential
roofing
Scoggins Roofing is a Merced, CA based contractor with a license with the California Contractors State License Board. The most recent permit we have on file for them was issued on Sep 08, 2010. In total, we were able to identify 5 building permits associated with Scoggins Roofing.  more
$12.8K
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License # 735584 (Roofing)
residential
roofing
Headquartered in Merced, CA, Resendez Roofing holds a roofing license with the California Contractors State License Board. We have records on 17 permitted improvement projects they have worked on. The most recent took place on Oct 27, 2010.  more
$7.1K
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License # 703857 (Painting And Decorating, Roofing)
residential
roofing
Merced, CA based Lozano Roofing & Painting holds a painting and decorating, roofing license with the California Contractors State License Board. Our records indicate they have received 1 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
$6K
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Roofing (Dec 2014)
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Roofing (Nov 2014)
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Roofing (Sep 2014)

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