Description: Architect architects
HIC Number: MA17611

Dbh Home Improvements

Selinsgrove, PA 1 review
Description: General home repair and remoldling total renovations including kitchens, bathrooms, siding
HIC Number: PEPA017186
Description: Manufacture bathroom and kitchen countertops
HIC Number: PEPA097798
Description: General construction & remodeling
HIC Number: PEPA008700
Description: Home restorations kitchen & bath restorations replacement doors and windows
HIC Number: PEPA025131
Description: I provide residential remodeling services which include the following limited roofing siding window replacement decks bathroom remodeling additions kitchen remodeling wholehouse remodeling and cabinet installations
HIC Number: PEPA003209
Recent Building Permit
Interior renovation to include drywall, ceramic tile, wainscot trim... more

Interior renovation to include drywall, ceramic tile, wainscot trim and granite countertop for a new restaurant in space #38 per plan.
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Description: Historical restorations of private and public homes, churches, covered bridges, museums and other 18th century structures. interior and exterior and structural restorations.dismantling and reconstruction of antique log houses and barns and other 18th century structures. providing antique and vintage restoration building materials and products including but not limited to the following flooring, b
HIC Number: PEPA101613
Description: Home improvement construction remodeling new additions install siding roofing framing new construction, finished carpentry decks additions doors windows gamerooms kitchens bathrooms small roofing soffit facia gutters and downspouts small retaining walls and small electrical jobs
HIC Number: PEPA072428
Recent Building Permit
Reconstruction of previously existing 12 ft x 18 ft open iron

Reconstruction of previously existing 12 ft x 18 ft open iron
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Description: Concrete walkways, driveways, patios, basements, landscaping and painting
HIC Number: PEPA079011
Description: General construction and remodeling. siding, decks, additions, interior/ exterior finish work, replacement windows, roofing, fences, and more.
HIC Number: PEPA095972
Description: Building additions, remodeling, electrical, plumbing, painting, hanging sheetrock and finishing, all aspects of start to finish construction inside and outside. decks, landscaping, siding and garages.
HIC Number: PEPA085217

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