Track and monitor construction payment activity in New Hampshire. On this page you can find newly reported construction projects started, projects completed, and mechanics liens filed with county recorders. All reported projects are either collected from partnerships with county recorders where Levelset has a direct partnership with the government office or from projects submitted in the Levelset platform. See how project starts, completes, and liens filed in New Hampshire have changed this week and for monthly trends. To learn more or collaborate with Levelset on the 1.5+ million construction projects in our system, please email email@example.com.
0 Projects Started in New Hampshire in the last 7 days. This is 100% higher than the previous 7 days.
0 Projects Completed in New Hampshire in the last 7 days. This is 100% higher than the previous 7 days.
0 Mechanics Liens in New Hampshire in the last 7 days. This is 0% higher than the previous 7 days.
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Lien filed on: 04/19/2022
Lien value: $89,157.50
Lien filed on: 09/07/2018
Lien value: $12,750.00
Hudson Town of
Lien filed on: 02/09/2017
Lien value: $823.64
Town of Newmarket
Lien filed on: 07/08/2016
Lien value: $20,500.00
City of Concord
Moulison North Corporation
Lien filed on: 11/06/2013
Lien value: $27,103.27
Eldridge David Mcneill Mary Ellen
BELFOR Property Restoration
Lien filed on: 11/01/2012
Lien value: $21,795.00
Joseph & Nancy Ormond
Lien filed on: 10/15/2012
Lien value: $1,323.25
Hilaire Inspection And Contracting
Read recent reviews submitted by contractors in New Hampshire about owners and contractors.
Very slow. Very difficult
Great to work with.
Professional and on time
Here’s how they can be better: act like you actually care about your customers. These clowns are inspecting the alarms and sprinklers in our condo today. We have animals and I work from home so I tried to ask one of the workers if he could give me an approximate time they would be doing our unit and he really couldn’t have been more dismissive or rude. So not only could he provide zero information but he was also a complete jerk about it. If you like being treated like crap, you should hire these people.
Pinnacle pays as expected. This is a good company work with providing as a sub-contractor - Your company is a good company. Pinnacle tends to weed out sub-contractors that do not play well in the sand box. Pinnacle also likes to address issues upfront before an issue becomes a mountain.