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  • 1.CMC Construction

    1051 26th St

    San Francisco,CA

    2.33 mi

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By: Ira G.
Extra Care Contractor, The Swiss Craftsman
We hired Extra Care Contracting services for our remodel project and we are from beginning to end really happy with the services provided! Their conduct and expertise is top-notch paired with a great sense of humor! we highly recommend this business and we will hire them again for our next upcoming remodeling project.
By: Inez S.
Seton Pacific
They hire illegal immigrants who are just off the boat and have no clue on how to behave and act here in the US, they still think they are in Mexico
By: acebarkey
Forest City Development California Inc.
The forest city development is great!
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  • How long will the job take?
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