John Wilcox Plumbing Heating And Air Conditioning

Pittsburgh, PA 1 review
Description: Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning contractor
HIC Number: PEPA105849

Morrow Contracting Inc.

Pittsburgh, PA
Description: All phases of masonary repair work on plumbing drywall
HIC Number: PEPA021861
Recent Building Permit
Reroof 2 1/2 story single family dwelling

Reroof 2 1/2 story single family dwelling
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Jeff Schutz Plumbing

Pittsburgh, PA
Description: Plumbing repairsreplacement of fixtures gas water sewer lines rr repairreplace faucets toilets water heaters
HIC Number: 032624

Torma Plumbing

Pittsburgh, PA 1 review
Description: Plumbing work, new contruction, repair
HIC Number: PEPA035853
Recent Building Permit
Building permit only-abate condemnation work must start

Building permit only-abate condemnation work must start
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Bonaroti Home Maintenance

Pittsburgh, PA 2 reviews
Description: Sewer and drain cleaning, video camera inspection with location of sewer line, all plumbing repairs and installation.
HIC Number: PEPA097683
Description: All plumbing
HIC Number: PEPA059179
Recent Building Permit
Interior renovations to 1200 sq ft on 1st floor of 2 story structure

Interior renovations to 1200 sq ft on 1st floor of 2 story structure
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Description: Master plumbergas fitter plumbers, not required
HIC Number: 30144
Description: Plumbing
HIC Number: AZ273802
Bond Amount: $2,500
Bonded: Yes

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HIC Number: PEPA051503
Description: Plumbing contractor
HIC Number: PEPA054225
Description: Plumbing contractor
HIC Number: PEPA105592
Description: Commercial and residential plumbing, repairs and installations, gas lines etc all types of plumbing
HIC Number: PEPA014475
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9 fixtures

9 fixtures
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Darren Deem Plumbing

Pittsburgh, PA 1 review
Description: Complete plumbing, domestic water lines, gas lines, drain and sewer lines, repairwork and new installation(s)
HIC Number: PEPA098076
Description: Plumbing and home improvements
HIC Number: PEPA086458
Recent Building Permit
Exterior and interior renovations of 5 story structure

Exterior and interior renovations of 5 story structure
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Description: Plumbing
HIC Number: PEPA047993
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