Peachtree Builders, Inc

66 State St
Windsor, VT 05089
(802) 738-3900
www.nhvtcontractors.com
Contact: Nelson, Richard
Business Description: Peachtree Builders, Inc. is a full-service building and remodeling company specializing in rehabilitation, additions, and remodeling projects. We have successfully completed many projects in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont.
In Business Since: 2005
Service Area: Hanover, NH, Lebanon, NH, WRJ, VT and surrounding towns
On Angie's List Since: 4/19/2012
Warranties: ASK FOR DETAILS
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 07.00 AM - 06.30 PM, Tue 07.00 AM - 06.30 PM, Wed 07.00 AM - 06.30 PM, Thu 07.00 AM - 06.30 PM, Fri 07.00 AM - 06.30 PM, Sat 08.00 AM - 12.00 PM, Sun Closed
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: "andover, Vt" | "bradford, Vt" | "newbury, Vt" | Acworth | Alstead | Andover | Ascutney | Athens | Baltimore | Barnard | Bellows Falls | Bethel | Bradford | Braintree | Bridgewater | Bridgewater Corners | Brookfield | Brownsville | Canaan | Cavendish | Charlestown | Chelsea | Chester | Chester Depot | Claremont | Corinth | Cornish | Cornish Flat | Croydon | Danbury | Dorchester | East Andover | East Corinth | East Hebron | East Lempster | East Orange | East Randolph | East Thetford | Elkins | Ely | Enfield | Enfield Center | Etna | Fairlee | Gaysville | Georges Mills | Glencliff | Goshen | Grafton | Grantham | Guild | Hanover | Hartford | Hartland | Hartland Four Corners | Haverhill | Hebron | Hill | Lebanon | Lempster | Ludlow | Lyme | Lyme Center | Meriden | Mount Sunapee | New London | Newbury | Newport | North Hartland | North Haverhill | North Pomfret | North Springfield | North Sutton | North Thetford | North Washington | Norwich | Orford | Perkinsville | Piermont | Pike | Plainfield | Plymouth | Post Mills | Proctorsville | Quechee | Randolph | Randolph Center | Reading | Rumney | Sharon | South Acworth | South Newbury | South Pomfret | South Royalton | South Springfield | South Strafford | South Sutton | South Washington | South Woodstock | Stinson Lake | Strafford | Sunapee | Taftsville | Thetford | Thetford Center | Topsham | Tunbridge | Vershire | Warner | Warren | Wentworth | West Brookfield | West Fairlee | West Hartford | West Lebanon | West Newbury | West Topsham | West Windsor | White River Junction | Wilder | Wilmot | Windsor | Woodstock
 
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