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Classic Home Improvements

Serving Lemon Grove, CA
Classic Home Improvements is a full service remodeling company offering services such as Additions, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Windows, Roofing, and Exterior Painting. We are a family-owned company operating with over 25 years experience in construction. We are licensed, insured, highly rated with many ...

Mark Bell Construction

3 Reviews

“He did all our finish carpentry work, including cabinets, closets, etc. I also have him do the finish work on my proj...”

Serving Lemon Grove, CA License: 514194

Stanley Construction

12 Reviews

“Installed fold down attic stairs. It required extra framing to reinforce opening. Also installed two solar attic fans.”

Serving Lemon Grove, CA License: 871168
At Stanley Construction we specialize in the art of concrete at the most competitive rates. Each and everyone of our crew members are specially trained in their specific field. The services offered at Stanley Construction are foundations, sidewalks, driveways, retaining walls, floors, and any other...

M & R Renovations, Inc.

1 Review

“M & R Renovations has handled everything for me from ground up build to light remodel. I am very satisfied with thei...”

Serving Lemon Grove, CA License: 787649
M & R Renovations, Inc, specializing in residential construction, we've built our reputation from the ground up. By providing the highest standard of workmanship and service on all jobs and settling for nothing less than the best, we strive to live up to our motto of quality without compromise. Our ...
The Lemon Grove Middle School is finally getting its long-awaited makeover. The school, which has been closed since 2010, has recently begun renovations and will have Lemon Grove, California remodeling contractors install a new office and renovate the science labs and locker rooms. In addition, the main feature will be the construction of a new 13,000-square-foot library which will be jointly run by all of the county’s educational institutions. The total cost of the Lemon Grove school remodeling project will be over $10 million, with funding coming from Proposition W, a $28 million bond measure that voters approved in 2008 to modernize schools.