LIMA ARCHITECT is an an architectural firm providing full architectural services to our Residential, Commercial and Institutional clients in Ontario and the GTA. The firm is design oriented and always trying to incorporate green design elements to all of our projects. Residential and Commercial.
Lima Architect has a TrustScore™ of 3.5. The average TrustScore™ for other businesses providing similar services in Burlington and the surrounding areas is 3.6. For detailed information on how TrustScore is calculated, click here.
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|Customer Reviews||Last 12 Months||All Time|
|Complaints Received||Last 12 Months||Last 3 Years|
|Suppliers & Creditors||0||0|
|Employees & Sub-Contractors||0||0|
|Posted License Information||Not yet provided|
|Posted Liability Insurance||Not yet provided|
|Posted Workers Compensation||Not yet provided|
|Social Media Profiles||Not yet provided|
|Endorsed by Peers||Not yet endorsed|
|In Business Since||2012|
|Member of TrustedPros Since||2014|
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Architectural design, home plans, and building permits for new construction, additions and renovations.
|Main contact(s):||Fernando Lima|
|Listed with TrustedPros since:||2014|
|Accepts credit cards:||Yes|
|24 Hour emergency service:||No|
|Legal structure:||Sole Proprietor|
|Licensing information:||Contact Lima Architect to request licensing info.|
|Insurance information:||Contact Lima Architect to request insurance details.|
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