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Talmadge Construction, Inc

Talmadge Construction, Inc. is a Design/Build General Contractor specializing in Residential Design and Remodeling serving Santa Cruz, Capitola, Soquel, Scotts Valley, Aptos, Watsonville, Los Gatos, Carmel, Pacific Grove and Monterey. Over the past 25 years, we have attracted a professional and dynamic team of designers, craftsmen and support staff, whose absolute number one priority is client satisfaction. Whether you are interested in a Kitchen or Bath Renovation, Second Story Addition, a Home Theater, Outdoor Kitchen or New Construction, we deliver satisfaction from project conception to completion.

Our staff includes NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Certified Green Building Professionals, Certified Lead Carpenters, and Certified Remodeler; NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) Certified Aging in Place Specialists; and BIG (Build It Green) Certified Green Building Professionals.

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Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
May 30, 2016
We recently were asked to lay some beautiful recyeled tiles salvaged from an apartment building lobby in Paris.  But they were too thick by a little over an inch and you would end up with a trip hazza ... read more
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
Dec 14, 2015
Boy I would not go that.  Hold off on the project until you have the money to do it right.  Then, pull off the formica, repair the water damage and install new countertop Phililp HDR Remodeling

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