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11355 Main St
Roscoe, IL 61073
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We are a Locally Owned & Operated General Contracting company servicing Northern IL & South WI specializing in Residential and Commercial projects. All of our work comes with the Cross Country Construction workmanship warranty. Whether you are looking to replace your current roof, add siding to your home, a room addition or second story to your existing home, or want to build a new home, Cross Country Construction is the right choice for a general contractor committed to honesty and integrity.
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