Contractors: 1 to 6

Refine Your Search

Broaden Your Search

Contractors in Cuyahoga Falls

Sort by: Budget A-Z
Contractor in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
“We have been in the construction business for over 30 years. We started in the concrete business and have learned this business from the bottom up. We have done business with numerous county/state/local entities along with a very long list of private residence throughout Ohio. We are a memeber in good standing with the Akron Better Busniess Bureau since 1999. We are a full service contracting company. We look forward to helping you with whatever your project may be.
(330) 271-0376
Contractor in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
“We offer up to 2 year warranty on all work performed, references are available upon request. We seek Home Owners, and Investors who purchase homes that need total renovation work. We have over 20 years experience Call me today for a free no obligation estimate. Or visit us on the web at : www.northcoastcontractors.com
(330) 794-3856
All-Star Services, Contractor  in Cuyahoga Falls
Contractor serving Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
“10% PERCENT OFF FOR NEW CUSTOMERS!!!
(330) 732-5970
Contractor serving Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
“I specialize in exterior remodeling including vinyl siding, roofing, decks and windows. I am VSI certified (vinyl siding institute), TimberTech decking certified, along with various certifications from Certainteed (roofing).
(330) 931-3127
Contractor serving Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
“I am a fourth generation tile contractor. My family has been installing tile and marble in Akron and surrounding communities since 1915. I work with home builders, remodelers, architects, interior designers and home owners. I will do all size jobs, from restoration, repair, remodel, and new construction. Projects have included schools, banks, restaurants, offices, custom homes and custom remodels. I am a graduate of University of Akron BS in accounting 1974 and a member of Akron Home Builders Association. I build custom showers with mud work floors, curbs and built up seats. I also tile or stone clad fireplace surrounds and backsplashes.
(330) 850-1903
Contractors: 1 to 6

Not enough Contractors to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Contractors in Cuyahoga Falls to a larger area (e.g. Summit County, Ohio)
Who can be a contractor?
Most states require contractors to be licensed, which may involve state supervised oral and written exams. Licensed contractors in Cuyahoga Falls 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 Cuyahoga Falls are sometimes referred to as a contractor company (or contracting company) or contractor business (or contracting business).
How to find a Contractor with specific Contracting skills?
If you're looking for a specialist in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

You can also try contacting a Contracting professional to ask for a consultation or referral.
Can a Contractor help?
A general contractor in Cuyahoga Falls 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 Cuyahoga Falls construct, build, repair, improve, renovate, remodel and demolish buildings and other structures. General contractors in Cuyahoga Falls 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.