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JJM Painting & Waterproofing

860 17th Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-476-4211

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They did very nice work. Completely Satisfied! - Feb 06, 2019

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T Paul Sek Painting

721 Seabright Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-588-4080

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17 Years Quality Painting

Santa Cruz, CA 95060 831-685-0170

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Spectrum Painting

228 Glenwood Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95060 831-566-6134

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They are very busy, and can be hard to schedule. But they do a great job once... - Mar 16, 2018

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Watercolors

3045 Capitola Rd # 34
Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-184-4765

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Michael Petti Painting

110 Plum St
Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-145-9823

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Seth Alan Painting

1950 17th Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-247-7909

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Skinner Custom Painting

2210 Twin Hills Dr
Santa Cruz, CA 95065 831-234-2349

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