Pederson Construction Inc.
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Pederson Construction is a San Francisco based construction company that takes pride in providing high quality work in a prompt, courteous manner, and at a reasonable price. We offer everything from handyman services and minor household repairs to large-scale renovations and remodels. Whether you need help putting up a shelving unit, fixing an old armoire, or have your sights set on a completely new kitchen or bathroom, Pederson Construction has the tools and knowledge to turn your vision into a reality.

We are licensed, fully insured, and EPA certified. All jobs are run by the owner and lead carpenter Elliot Pederson, whose personal investment in each project insures that you and your home will receive a level of individual attention and care not found with larger companies.

Services Provided
Baseboard Installation, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Cedar Siding, Concrete Construction, Crown Molding Installation, Deck Building, Deck Repair, Demolition, Exterior Door Installation, Foundation Construction, Foundation Repair, Garage Building, General Contracting, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Shed Design & Construction, Shower Installation, Siding Repair, Sliding Door Installation, Stair Installation, Stone Masonry, Subfloor Installation, Tile Installation, Trim Work, Wainscoting, Waterproofing, Window Installation, Window Replacement, Door Installation, Fence Installation, Fence Repair

Areas Served
San Francisco

Certifications and Awards
EPA Certified, Won the The San Francisco Award Program 2013 in the category of Contractors
Bay Area's EPA Certified General Contractor and Remodeling Expert

Contact: Elliot Pederson
Location: San Francisco, CA 94123
License Number: 1036520
Typical Job Costs: $30,000 - 500,000
Commented: “Bead board” It's just 5/16" bats glued to dry wall to look like paneling.
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Commented: Basket Weave Tile (continued) Yes, that's a do over. Did a licensed contractor do that for you?
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Commented: Resurfacing deck questions Hi Jason, it wouldn't hurt to power wash although its probably not necessary. If you do then let it dry out afterwards and treat the tops of the joists with copper green. The tops are the first thing ...
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