CalFinder Featured in The San Francisco Chronicle

From on December 14, 2007 in CalFinder News

San Francisco Chronicle

This past Wednesday, The San Francisco Chronicle published an article about CalFinder in their Home and Garden Section, titled “Need some work done in your home? Two Bay Area Web sites lend a hand.” Many homeowners have nightmare stories about the contractors they’ve trusted with their homes, and CalFinder is slowly gaining exposure for helping homeowners avoid such a scenario.

Alongside CalFinder, the article also mentions Laborfair, a service for consumers looking for help around the house with duties such as housecleaning, gardening, and childcare. The article differentiates CalFinder from other services because it is free of charge to homeowners. It then highlights some of the services we offer, including:

  • Services from several areas of specialization, from roofing to painting to solar power installations.
  • A thorough screening process for the contractors we certify.
  • Quick customer follow-up.
  • All-around good intentions toward homeowners, who we attempt to match with contractors with whom they will have a good connection.


As a visitor to our blog, you’re probably already familiar with the services we provide. In any case, feel free to read the article on the Chronicle’s sister site, SFGate.com, especially if you’re looking for a professional, reliable contractor for your current home improvement project.