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Scott Wexelberg Builder

14 Carmel Ave
El Cerrito, CA 94530 510-528-2386

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Shaun Furrer

Danville, CA 94526 707-631-0716

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Squires Lumber & Fence

2059 Camden Ave # 325
San Jose, CA 95124 408-971-9663

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I had asked these people for a quote on an octagon deck. They came back with... - Aug 18, 2011

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Sterry's Construction

4291 Irene Dr
Martinez, CA 94553 925-348-0087

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Steven Schneider Construction

305 Las Flores Ave
San Rafael, CA 94903 415-492-1679

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Great communication from front office. Company knows Trex products and procedures... - Aug 19, 2016

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Summit Construction

PO Box 228
San Carlos, CA 94070 805-895-2798

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Not a specialist on decks, he did ours in superlative fashion. - Aug 17, 2011

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Tom Ochs

PO Box 6583
Vallejo, CA 94591 707-694-9846

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Tripoli Carpentry and Construction

149 Detroit St
San Francisco, CA 94131 415-310-2161

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Matt Tripoli was the General Contractor for our kitchen remodel (great job)... - Feb 11, 2012

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