Gayler Design Build is a full-service Design-Build firm located in Danville, CA. Owners, Darlene and George Gayler, actually live in Alamo just east of Monte Vista High School in the Whitegate neighborhood. We specialize in residential kitchen remodels, hall and master bath remodels, whole house remodels, outdoor living spaces, as well as room additions of any size and type. Since 1961, Gayler Design Build has been incorporating personal design customization into every project —delivered on time and on budget.
The City of Alamo, CA
Andrew Young Park – Photo Courtesy of Kyle Hawton
Located in Contra Costa County, the city of Alamo is a suburb located 28 miles east of San Francisco. The area was named Alamo, which comes from the Spanish word álamo (meaning poplar or cottonwood), because of all the poplar trees that lined San Ramon Creek.
Lush landscapes, temperate weather, beautiful parks and great schools make Alamo a popular place for both families and retired folks to call home.
Design-Build Remodeling Services in Alamo, CA
Gayler’s Design-Build process offers homeowners the unique benefit of utilizing an architectural designer, interior designer and contractor teamed together at the very beginning of your project – all working cohesively to ensure you end up with a beautiful, tailored design that fits your vision and your budget.
You benefit from:
A single source of accountability
One reliable point of contact
An award-winning design team
Quality craftsmanship and tight quality control
Convenient, transparent, open communication
On-time, on-budget project delivery
Alamo Design/Build Projects Right in Your Neighborhood
Master Bedroom Remodel
These Alamo homeowners were interested in adding a new master suite including a sitting area, bedroom, master bath, two master closets and a fireplace. Varied ceiling heights and unique architectural details were used to add visual interest to this beautiful addition.
For more details and photos of this Alamo Master Bedroom Addition, visit our Design Portfolio.
This West Side Alamo Home was built in the 1940’s and needed some major renovations. With cramped rooms, dated wallpaper and dark wood paneling, these homeowners wanted to create an open concept kitchen with lots of natural light. Mission accomplished!
View more details of this amazing Alamo open concept kitchen renovation.
These Alamo homeowners wanted a traditional update to their master bathroom. Gutting the space and starting from scratch, a gorgeous traditional bath was created using rich custom cabinets and limestone countertops. Sensational!
Browse more details on this Alamo Master Bathroom remodel.
Inspired to remodel your own home? Take the first step by scheduling a conversation with one of our design team members.