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Pacific Mobile Modesto Office

Split system HVAC, 4:12 pitch roof trusses and composite shingle roof, 6:12 pitch large portico, stacked stone and columns across the front of the building, concrete fiber board lap siding, deep eaves to provide a better look and protection at the connection between the building and the roof, and the entire structure is installed on a concrete stem wall foundation.
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