Alameda Structural

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I didn't check the prices of other companies because my brother said that they were expensive, but since since I went through Byers I got a lifetime warranty. If I have any problems they will come out and fix them. I really like the warranty because I am a single woman and I would rather not have so... more

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· Woodland

We're very happy with everybody that worked for Hall's. They were polite, helpful and informative. We liked it so much that we're going to get the rest of the house done. We were going to wait until next Spring, but decided to do it now.

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· Carmel Valley

The service was outstanding from start to finish on the project. Everyone involved was so professional.

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· San Jose

System Pavers were extremely professional, prompt, courteous, knowledgeable and extremely reliable. By far, as a contractor, Kevin has been the best contractor we have ever worked with. His professionalism far exceeded our expectations. He was always in contact with us, even prior to the start of wo... more

When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 16, 2016
I always refer clients to Remodeling Magazine Price Value Ratio. If you go to Remodeling Magazine it will pop right up.  It is the bible of the industry. Philip Anderson HDR Remodeling Berkeley, Ca
How do I get ceiling properly inspected ....a crack continues to reopen ... Not satisfied with builders repairs
Apr 4, 2016
this is very common in new homes.  I would work with the builder first.  That is the easiest way to correct the problem.  They are in the buiness of building home and need good referrals  I would try ... read more

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