We are thrilled that the first of the $2,500 Scholarships set up in our name by Caroline’s Non Profit Thrift Shop have been awarded through the Cabrillo College Foundation.
Remodeling is something we love to do and now we have the opportunity to expand our Design Department with the addition of Russell Simpkins!
Making an impression
Sometimes a catchy ad just sticks around.
We got a call from a potential client the other day. We always ask how folks find us.
As we navigate this challenging time, we are happy to offer virtual consultations for your home remodeling project. Our office is open only by appointment at this time, and we are taking the necessary precautions in all client and employee environments.
Supporting Our Community
Ways to help out during these challenging times
Here at Talmadge Construction, we recommend two ways we can all help out the local community during this current health crisis and economic downturn.
Job Site Safety Policy
Even before the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic, job site safety has always been a top concern to everyone at Talmadge Construction.
Talmadge Community Service Scholarship
Inspired by Caroline’s Non Profit Thrift Shop
In January 2020, Jeff and Adele Talmadge, were invited to attend the “Annual Gifting Reception” celebration held by Caroline’s Non-Profit Thrift Store.
Cheers to 35 Years of Talmadge Construction
Celebrating 35 Years of Remodeling Excellence
To celebrate the last 35 years of Talmadge Construction, Jeff and Adele decided to throw a big thank you party for clients, trade partners, and team members in their newly constructed outdoor living space.
Avoiding Your Worst Travel Nightmare
Seven Tips to Safeguard Your Home While On Vacation
By Vanessa Reed
As a homeowner, there are few things that can ruin your vacation faster than receiving news that a flood has happened at your house, and you’re too far away to personally deal with it.
Meet Cynthia Sullivan, Our Newest Designer
Our newest team member Cynthia Sullivan joins us with a world-wide perspective on architecture and design. After completing her degree in Interior Design from UC Davis, Cynthia set off to travel the world for a few years.