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  • Full Name: Samya Home Contracting & Design
  • Location: yours
  • Phone: 250-537-6251
  • Expires: 6 days, 12 hours

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  • Item listed by: on March 2, 2019

    Item Description:

    Now booking for May 2019. Competitive Rates. General contracting, project management; drafting to finishing solutions.

    Quality design, green building, additions, renovations, property management.

    We work with local tradespeople & suppliers to offer custom creations.

    Carpentry, framing, floors, windows, doors; kitchens & bathrooms; plaster & paint, fine finishing

    CRD & real estate consulting, Vastu/Feng Shui elemental design

    ~ professional, friendly & honest
    ~ locally owned & operated
    ~ WCB liability insured
    ~ Diversified, experienced professional 8-10 person crew including carpenters, boarders, plasterers, painters, electricians and plumbers.

    “Shaughn is terrific! He knows his stuff on so many levels. He worked on several aspects of our renovation – framing, drywall, plaster, painting, cabinetry – and gave us creative solutions to problems we just couldn’t figure out ourselves. He is also a very kind, patient and considerate person, which makes him a pleasure to work with. A real gem, so hire him (and his team) if he is still available!” – Darlene Gage Jean Domingue

    office 250-537-6987 cell 250-537-6251
    info@samya.co http://www.samya.co

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