Kulda & 7 Sons Construction

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· Pleasant Hill

I looked around at other kitchen remodel contractors. I went to various kitchen counter top places and 3 other contractors visit my residence. Dave came and immediately took rough measurement drawings. I was impressed. when I made my first installment payment, Dave give me "my copy" of the contract... more

We have a floating home with a separate shed on an adjacent float. What is required to run wire from the main house (separate circuit) to the shed?
Nov 9, 2016
Hi The best way to answer this question is to direct you to a licensen Electrician that has worked with these type of jobs.  I am sorry I wish I could be more helpful.  Good Luck
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 21, 2015
Rita I would not do it.  It is just cause you a bunch of trouble Philip HDR Remodeling Berkeley Ca

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