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“From concept to completion it is built...well
(304) 224-2492
Armed Forces Conatruction, Contractor  in Indianapolis
“I am a Veteran owned company that employees as many Veterans as possible. I am a licensed, bonded and insured general contractor that oversees projects from start to finish. We are an ADA certified contractor for the V.A. that helps Veterans with modifications to their homes. We also do light commercial remodeling and full service residential remodeling. We handle everything from custom build houses to remodel of your existing home.
(317) 836-0572
“We are a family owned local general contracting (license # 1639400)company serving central Indiana since 1989. We offer Energy Efficient windows made of Vinyl. All windows are custom made for the openings & come in specialty shapes & sizes. The windows are Energy Tax Credit Approved. We also install roofing/siding/doors. We are commited to doing the job right the first time.
(317) 299-9220
Twin Builders, Contractor  in Indianapolis
“we are a family-owned business with more than 30 years experience. We are dedicated to providing excellent work in a proficient, time-efficient manner with highly skilled labor.
(317) 399-4842
More Than A Carpenter, Inc., Contractor  in Indianapolis
“I have been in the construction field over 20 yrs and would look forward to helping you with your remodel. Our focus is working WITH you to end up with a result you are proud of on time and within budget. Free estimates and initial consultation.
(317) 399-4206
Taylors Electric and Plumbing, Contractor  in Indianapolis
“We love to see a smile on the owner's face when we do their job right, so everything is working - and they are happy with our work!
(317) 494-7637
Indy Pave, Contractor  in Indianapolis
“We are a family owned, full service asphalt paving company serving central Indiana for over 20 years.
(317) 735-3797
“E&S Home Improvements, specialize in all interior and exterior rehabing to fit every investors financial needs as well as a homeowners budget. We look forward to doing buiesness with you.
(317) 622-4094
“We build garages, shops, additions to homes, custom homes. Also residential remodeling (complete). All types of concrete work. Family orientated business.
(541) 241-7838

Who can be a contractor?
Most states require contractors to be licensed, which may involve state supervised oral and written exams. Licensed contractors in Marion County may bid, negotiate a price or offer to construct buildings. They can supervise, oversee, project manage, repair, install, improve, move, demolish, furnish labor for building projects. Contractors may specialize in building (residential contractors and commercial contractors) or as electrical contractors, plumbing contractors, mechanical contractors and highway contractors.

Contractor companies in Marion County are sometimes referred to as a contractor company (or contracting company) or contractor business (or contracting business).
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Can a Contractor help?
A general contractor in Marion County is a group or individual that contracts with another (e.g. you or the owner) for the construction, building, improvement, renovation, remodeling or demolition of a building, road or other structure. The work on house construction, home building, home renovation and commercial buildings. A general contractor is responsible for the materials, labor, equipment, (engineering vehicles and tools) to be used in the construction execution of the project, including the budget, the plans and specifications of the project.
What can a skilled Contractor do?
The best contractors in Marion County construct, build, repair, improve, renovate, remodel and demolish buildings and other structures. General contractors in Marion County often subcontract part of the work to other skilled people and companies called subcontractors. General contractors working for government agencies are typically referred to as prime contractors.