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Marin Tile Remodeling by Greg Judge Tile

4 Reviews

“Repair kitchen counter tiles Completed work turned out costing 50% more than estimated, which was not anticipated.”

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 623623
Quality tile and stone installation in Marin and the Bay Area for over 20 years. Bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, we do it all. We can do small repairs up to large commercial jobs. We specialize in complete bathroom remodels and leaky showers. License #623623. 415-305-7868

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