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Dan Duran Painting

755 Alamo Dr
Morgan Hill, CA 95037 408-225-5004

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Cost twice as much as estimated by contractor. - Sep 07, 2011

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Alpine Custom Painting

Morgan Hill, CA 95037 408-779-9626

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Great job all the way around. - May 02, 2019

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Havstad Construction

16775 Oak Glen Ave
Morgan Hill, CA 95037 408-623-3148

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Jeff Burgess Painting and Decorating

18265 Ransen Ct
Morgan Hill, CA 95037 408-425-2194

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Excellent customer service and exceptional work - Sep 14, 2017

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Burgess Painting

PO Box 726
Morgan Hill, CA 95037 408-779-7146

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