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  • Neptune Construction
    Neptune Construction & Remodeling scrubs away acoustic ceilings in a clean and safe one?three-day process. First, they'll test for potentially dangerous materials in the ceiling such as asbestos or radioactive ghosts. Then they'll scrape the ceiling, sending chunks of chalky drywall and Styrofoam flecks raining down on tarps covering carpets and furniture.
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    5816 Lankershim Blvd
    North Hollywood, CA US
  • Frazee Paint
    A Southwest-based company for more than a century, Frazee Paint and its team of manufacturers are well acquainted with the unique climactic conditions of the region. Always pulling from the latest technology, their technicians design each of their paint and coating products to withstand dry heat, sparse rainfall, and showers of chewing tobacco from passing cowboys. Their quality paints, wall-coverings, wood-care products, and painter's tools stock the shelves of more than 125 retail locations throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, as well as international dealers in Mexico, China, and Guam.
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    11513 Jefferson Blvd
    Culver City, CA US
  • All Star Home Improvement
    All Star Home Improvement sports two licenses general engineering contractor and general building contractorenabling its highly skilled team to handle most any household chore from interior paint jobs to full remodels. Each crew member stays abreast of current building codes, and during projects both an engineer and an architect remain at the homeowner’s disposal for consultations or heated games of Jenga. Before any major household undertaking, the team creates a three-dimensional mockup of the project, giving homeowners an idea of the end result. Potential customers can view a selection of the company’s handiwork on its gallery page.
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    13029 Victory Blvd
    North Hollywood, CA US
  • Fresh Custom Art and Murals
    Custom artwork and murals. Start with a blank wall. We'll create a design with you, and then make it bigger than life!
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    312 W 5th St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • premiere home builders
    Premiere Home Builders, Inc. is a licensed construction company. We are fully insured, a proud member of the Better Business Bureau, and are FAMILY owned and operated. We have extensive experience in complete remodeling, room additions, kitchens, roofing, sunrooms, patio enclosures, bathrooms and everything involved in home
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    4606 wills ave #107
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Approved Contractor Inc
    Before coating walls with a new color, you might wonder what is actually in that can of paint. Check out Groupon?s guide to latex to learn how much is really on your walls. Latex: From Plant to Paint What is latex? In fact, there are two meanings, and both are important to fully understand latex paint and other products derived from it. In one sense, latex is a sticky, milk-white emulsion?comprising fats, gum resins, waxes, and occasionally poisons suspended in water?produced by about 10% of flowering plants, most likely as a defense against animals and hungry botanists. (Snap open a dandelion stem to see one form.) The most commercially friendly form of latex is Hevea braziliensis, commonly known as the rubber tree. By creating a sloping cut in the plant?s bark, farmers harvest the liquid and treat it with heat and sulfur to transform it into a strong, flexible, long-lasting rubbery material used in everything from balloons to medical equipment. This is also the substance that people with latex allergies can?t tolerate. In the United States, latex also refers to any fine dispersion of rubber or synthetic plastic particles in a solution of water. Though the latex that comes out of plants fits this definition, not everything that falls into this category comes out of plants. In fact, latex paint is actually a water-based solution of synthetic materials such as vinyl acetate and acrylates. Since the paint contains no plant-based latex, it won?t upset anyone?s allergies, unless they?re also allergic to that shade of mauve. People commonly use it in place of oil-based paints due to its quick drying speed, superior opacity, easy cleanup, and reduced flammability, but it does have limitations. For instance, water-based paints typically don?t adhere well to glossy surfaces and can cause bare steel to rust. Before Amazonian rubber trees caught the eye of Western explorers in the 1700s, early Mesoamerican tribes had already discovered the possibility of the substance. They created balls from the dried rubber for a traditional game, coated headwear in it, and even created waterproof shoes, shaping footwear around their feet and peeling it off when dry.
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    18375 Ventura Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA US