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America's Dream HomeWorks, Contractor  in San Francisco
Contractor serving San Francisco, California
“America's Dream Homeworks is a family owned and operated business that offers honest and reliable construction services for all your home and light commercial remodeling needs. We strongly believe in providing homeowners and commercial property owners with quality results we both can be proud of. No matter the scale or scope of the project, we guarantee your complete satisfaction. Our team has years of experience in all kinds of home remodeling and improvements, including kitchen and bathroom renovations, window replacements, new siding, water and fire restorations, as well as new construction projects like additions and custom homes.
(510) 584-9418
Contractor in San Francisco, California
“Thank you for visiting Portlock Builders & son Inc. Doing business in California since 1972.People are the most important part of our business our customers happiness and our team of service professionals help make Portlock builders & son inc,the best choice.
(510) 221-6036 x94610
Contractor serving San Francisco, California
“My client base is varied, the most usual being the mid to high end homeowner or contractor re-modeling the bathroom, kitchen, or deck, finishing with a beautiful, practical tile surface. We also work with restaurants, hotels and commercial spaces. In business in the San Francisco area for over twenty years I know our clients expect not only a high quality, professional installation but they also want a contractor with whom they can discuss and plan the fine details of their tile installation.My clients can depend on my extensive knowledge of tile installation and London Tile's high standards.
(415) 236-2917
Rollin' Along, Contractor  in San Francisco
Contractor serving San Francisco, California
“Rollin' Along saves the life and lives of our clients all over the San Francisco Bay Area by installing the lifts and ramps that allow our clients safe and usable access to their homes, vehicles and the world.
(510) 898-6417
Contractor in San Francisco, California
(415) 534-6028
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Who can be a contractor?
Most states require contractors to be licensed, which may involve state supervised oral and written exams. Licensed contractors in San Francisco may bid, negotiate a price or offer to construct buildings. They can supervise, oversee, project manage, repair, install, improve, move, demolish, furnish labor for building projects. Contractors may specialize in building (residential contractors and commercial contractors) or as electrical contractors, plumbing contractors, mechanical contractors and highway contractors.

Contractor companies in San Francisco are sometimes referred to as a contractor company (or contracting company) or contractor business (or contracting business).
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Can a Contractor help?
A general contractor in San Francisco is a group or individual that contracts with another (e.g. you or the owner) for the construction, building, improvement, renovation, remodeling or demolition of a building, road or other structure. The work on house construction, home building, home renovation and commercial buildings. A general contractor is responsible for the materials, labor, equipment, (engineering vehicles and tools) to be used in the construction execution of the project, including the budget, the plans and specifications of the project.
What can a skilled Contractor do?
The best contractors in San Francisco construct, build, repair, improve, renovate, remodel and demolish buildings and other structures. General contractors in San Francisco often subcontract part of the work to other skilled people and companies called subcontractors. General contractors working for government agencies are typically referred to as prime contractors.