Ogle Construction & Maintenance Service, Inc.
14 years in businessPO Box 32
St. Paul, MN 55014-0032
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BBB File Opened: 07/09/2009
Business Started: 01/15/2003
Business Started Locally: 01/15/2003
Business Incorporated: 01/15/2003 in MN
Type of EntityCorporation
- Bryan Ogle, Owner
- Construction & Remodeling Services
- Kitchen Remodeling
- Building Restoration & Preservation
- Contractors - General
- Doors - Repair
- Foundation Contractors
- Gutters & Downspouts
- Home Improvements
- Patio & Deck Builders
- Roofing Contractors
- Roofing Service Consultants
- Siding Contractors
- Bathroom Remodeling
- Windows - Installation & Service
- Handyman Services
- Insurance Companies
- Property Maintenance
- Kitchen Cabinets & Equipment - Household
- Siding Materials
- Storm Windows & Doors
- Fire & Water Damage Restoration
- Fire Damage Restoration
- Water Damage Restoration
- Storm Windows & Doors - Repair
- Windows - Repairing
- Contractor - Commercial
Products & ServicesAccording to information provided by Ogle CMS Inc, this company is a general contractor for residential and commercial projects.
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Arden Hills, MN, Centerville, MN, Circle Pines, MN, Columbus, MN, Dellwood, MN, Forest Lake, MN, Hugo, MN, Lino Lakes, MN, Little Canada, MN, Mounds View, MN, Moundsview, MN, New Brighton, MN, No Oaks, MN, North Oaks, MN, Roseville, MN, Saint Paul, MN, Shoreview, MN, Vadnais Heights, MN, Vadnais Hts, MN, White Bear Lake, MN, White Bear Lk, MN, White Bear Township, MN, White Bear Tp, MN
Alternate Business Names
- Ogle Construction Maintenance Service, Inc.
According to information provided by Ogle CMS Inc, this company is a general contractor for residential and commercial projects.
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