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Payless Painting & Decorating

160 Grove Cir
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-935-1176

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Matthew was very helpful in considering options and then doing exactly what... - May 10, 2020

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California Colors Painting Co

3330 Vincent Rd Ste E
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-938-6288

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Pin-Point Painting

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-550-2558

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Pin-point painting has a long time staff and team leads so the painting isn't... - Nov 10, 2020

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Thomas Mulliken Painting

3330 Vincent Rd
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-930-9130

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Quite simply the best painter I've ever had the pleasure to employ. - Dec 10, 2012

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Dan Dyer Painting

90 Chaucer Dr
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-285-8297

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Duke Wilson

2050 Monument Blvd Spc 34
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-766-6000

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Malibu Painting

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-595-1128

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Steve did a great job at a fair price. - Sep 27, 2013

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Glen M Humann Painting

790 Cumberland Dr
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-935-9805

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