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Business Listing   Aquafit U S A - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-2066


Business Listing   Central Virginia Builders Inc - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-5655


Business Listing   Greg's Painting - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-2625


Business Listing   Hauser Homes Parkside Field Office - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-2130


Business Listing   Kennedy Electric - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-7468


Business Listing   Maupin Electric Company Incorporated - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-1486


Business Listing   Riggs Masonry - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-1606


Business Listing   Seal Douglas F & Sons General Contractors - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-4167


Business Listing   Seal Paul W GEN Contractor - Crozet, VA - Phone: (434) 823-2224


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Helpful Definition for: Home Builders

Home builders in Crozet are the contractors who offer home construction & repairing services. They are skilled at understanding the complex mechanisms of a home. Home builders get involved in coordinating & managing various contractors, skilled artisans and professionals, such as carpenters, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians, painters and landscapers. A home builder serves as a CEO, a land surveyor, a liaison with the local community & official, an inspector, a public-relations professional and also a businessman. The main functions of the home builders in Crozet involve assessment of a piece of land to determine whether it complies with zoning regulations, local planning laws and environmental restrictions, and whether it is suitable for development, analysis of the land- topography, and also, carrying out a research on the local building codes such as heating, cooling, air-conditioning, electric & fire safety, etc.

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