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Bay-Valley Painting

3059 Barmouth Dr
Antioch, CA 94509 925-766-9912

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East County Painting

3121 View Dr
Antioch, CA 94509 925-757-1963

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Mel may be great for painting the exterior of a house, but I had hired him... - Sep 25, 2012

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Guillermo's Painting

3012 G St
Antioch, CA 94509 925-575-7564

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Palmer's Professional Painting

Antioch, CA 94509 925-775-5863

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Signature Finish

5204 Delta View Way
Antioch, CA 94531 925-642-5242

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