Nichols Construction in Columbus, Mississippi with Reviews - YP.com

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06/22/2016
By: Nina R.
J & S Repairs
WRONG # for the business. It's actually for www.oxifresh.com YP really has a lot of wrong #'s and disconnected #'s as current contact info. It gets frustrating trying to find available professionals with so many discrepancies
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04/14/2015
By: Marilyn susie burns L.
Lindsey Roofing, LLC
Lindsey Roofing LLC is a locally owned and operated company providing a complete range of professional roofing services with over 40 years of experience. State Licensed and carries Liability Insurance on all work.
12/13/2016
By: C L.
Miller Roofing Inc
Miller Roofing replaced my roof and did a great job! Friendly staff, great job! They showed up early that morning & finished the same day & new roof looks good!!!
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