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Business Listing   Amhawk Steel FAB Inc - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-8828


Business Listing   ARNY Construction Company Inc & GNRL Services of S W - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-8506


Business Listing   Bailey's Tree Service & Landscaping - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-8440


Business Listing   Bertuca R R Contractors - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-5667


Business Listing   Bos Concrete LLC - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-7267


Business Listing   Bud's Manufactured Home Sales - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-4022


Business Listing   Carpenter's - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-3855


Business Listing   Degree Masters Refrigerationair Conditioning Hetng - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-6626


Business Listing   Dlouhy Electric - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-3512


Business Listing   Doug Rowe Painting - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 849-2989


Business Listing   J & S Electrical Service - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-6665


Business Listing   K & M Roofing - Coloma, MI - Phone: (616) 468-7137


Business Listing   Maintenance Service Electrical Contractor - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-7424


Business Listing   Parsons Roofing - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 849-1419


Business Listing   R & M Heating & Cooling - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-4949


Business Listing   Regan's Nursery - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 849-2733


Business Listing   Robert Hart Builders & Associates - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 849-3303


Business Listing   Robert Kuehl Company - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-3001


Business Listing   Teed Heating & Cooling - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-9640


Business Listing   Vondran Construction - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 468-7101


Business Listing   Wright-Way Painting and Refinishing - Coloma, MI - Phone: (269) 849-7056


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Helpful Definition for: Building Contractors

Building contractors in Coloma are the ones who agree to supply materials and provide services on agreement, especially for construction work. If one wants to build a property, one can always get help from these building contractors. The general contractor appoints additional workers and supervises the work himself. He also ensures that the assignment is completed to the client's satisfaction. If one wants to become a general contractor, a degree is not required always. Some people do manage the position through relevant work experience in Coloma. The contractor should be at the construction site daily until the work is completed. Apart from supervising the workflow, he is also required to ensure that the budget is adhered to, hiring co-workers, obtaining licenses and permits, ensure safety rules and building-codes are followed thoroughly.

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