General Contractor in Palo Alto, CA
Quality, Reliability, Value
When it comes building or remodeling your home, only the best will do. Superior quality home construction happens with experts guiding the building process.
With over 30 years of building experience, General Contractor Joe Romeo of Pacific Coast Builders in San Mateo has a well-earned reputation of helping homeowners realize their dream home.
At Pacific Coast Builders we insist on quality building materials and superb craftsmanship with long-term performance and value utmost in our minds. Our #1 priority is to deliver superior service and continually maintain customer satisfaction. Realizing this standard of quality and value is only accomplished by being highly selective of every product and component that goes into building your home. This uncompromising standard in quality construction is why you can trust Pacific Coast Builders when building or remodeling your home.
Pacific Coast Builders serves clients in Palo Alto, Menlo Park and San Mateo County with custom home construction, kitchen and bathroom remodels, home additions, landscaping, and swimming pool construction. Pacific Coast Builders is an active member of the local community through support of various local charitable events and groups such as the 2013 Peninsula Kitchen Tour.
Call us at 650-572-0718 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation on your construction project.
About Palo Alto
Palo Alto's earliest recorded history is recorded from 1769, when Gaspar de Portolà noted an Ohlone settlement. This remains an area of known Indian mounds. A plaque is erected at Middlefield Road and Embarcadero Road to commemorate this area.
The city got its name from the tall landmark Redwood tree, El Palo Alto, which still grows on the east bank of San Francisquito Creek across from Menlo Park. One trunk of the twin-trunked tree can still be found by the railroad trestle near Alma Street in El Palo Alto Park (the other trunk was destroyed during a storm in the late 20th century). There a plaque recounts the story of the Portolà expedition, a 63-man, 200-horse expedition from San Diego to Monterey from November 7–11, 1769. The group overshot Monterey in the fog and when they reached modern-day Pacifica they ascended Sweeney Ridge and discovered San Francisco Bay. Portolà descended from Sweeney Ridge southeast down San Andreas Creek to Laguna Creek (now Crystal Springs Reservoirs and the Filoli estate, and thence to the San Francisquito Creek watershed, ultimately camping at El Palo Alto from November 6–11, 1769. Thinking the bay was too wide to cross, the group retraced their journey back to Monterey, never discovering the Golden Gate entrance to the Bay. (Quoting Wikipedia)