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Escamilla's Painting

2626 O'Hare Ave
San Pablo, CA 94806 650-716-9430

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Performed an excellent paint job on a residential neighborhood fence. - Apr 04, 2020

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Gonzalez Painting Liquid Culture

201 Tanglewood Dr
San Pablo, CA 94806 510-689-8822

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We've used for 10 years, interior and exterior. His knowledge of finishes... - Aug 08, 2017

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Javier's Painting

4201 McGlothen Way
San Pablo, CA 94806 510-253-7254

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Saul Espinoza Painting

2876 18th St
San Pablo, CA 94806 510-233-3690

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A friend recommended him to me and I have used him ever since. High quality,... - Dec 02, 2013

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