Priest Development Corporation

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Paul P.

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We lived in our house during a huge 9 month remodel. To say it was difficult is an understatement. However, John Simko and the people from Marrokal made our life much easier, working with our crazy schedules. We would use them again in a heartbeat and I have already recommended then to family and fr... more

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The work force is very professional and I could tell they really know what they were doing when they were working on my patio.

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· Temecula

Nick came to the house and gave guidance on what would work best for what I wanted to accomplish. My wife and I are completely satisfied with the results. Nick also designed an array of shrubs and plants to liven up my backyard, all the way around the house, well within the identified budget. specif... more

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Emercon Construction, Inc. is a very fine company to work with. The people there are great to deal with.

Before hiring an architect or designer for my addition, what sort of questions should I ask them?
Ask for references and speak to past clients to find out if the architect can design within budget.  Find out if the architect has experience doing residential remodeling.  Get a complete price for th ... read more
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
I don't recommend painting Thremafoil.  You should just consider change out the doors and drawer fronts.

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