New Deal Metal Buildings, LLC
13 years in business106 Stubb Street
Denham Springs, LA 70726
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BBB File Opened: 03/28/2014
Business Started: 01/01/2004
Business Started Locally: 01/01/2004
Business Incorporated: 01/01/2004 in LA
Type of EntityLimited Liability Company
- Principal: Mr. Ross Bridgers, Sales & Service
- Garage Builders
- Buildings - Pole & Post Frame
- Contractor - Home Performance
- Home Improvements
- Patio & Deck Builders
- Patio Builder
- Patio, Porch & Deck Enclosures
- Patio Cover
- Steel Detailers - Structural
- Steel Erectors
- Exterior Structures - Barn Construction
- Boat Builders
- Awnings & Canopies
- Boat Covers, Tops & Upholstery
- Buildings - Metal
- Buildings - Portable
- Portable Buildings - Moving
- Buildings - Pre - Cut, Prefab & Modular - Dealers
- Fountains - Garden, Display
- Motor Homes
- Tool & Utility Sheds
- Trailers - Camping & Travel
- Internet Shopping
- Assisted Living & Adult Family Homes
- Boat Storage
- Recreational Vehicles - Storage
- Storage Units - Household & Commercial
- Storage Units - Portable
- Trailer Storage
- Tubing - Metal
- Advertising - Vinyl Phone Book Covers
Products & ServicesThis company offers metal buildings & portable wood buildings, as well as carports, garages RV covers, barns & shops.
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors requires anyone performing home improvements totaling over $7500, including labor & materials, to hold a Home Improvement Registration with their office. This company has advised the BBB that they do not bid or perform work over $7500.
Number of Employees:2
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