About Spiteri Builders
Founded in 1991 by CEO Patrick Spiteri, Spiteri Builders has consistently excelled in serving the reconstruction and engineering needs of its San Francisco Bay Area customers. The company specializes in fire and water damage but also handles vandalism and impact claims. Patrick Spiteri, who earned a degree in Business Management from San Francisco State, has directed Spiteri Builders to become one of the most reputable contracting firms in the Bay Area. For the past seven years, Spiteri Builders has been the direct repair contractor for State Farm Insurance. Spiteri Builders is fully licensed and maintains condominium endorsements and industry contacts with ITEL and Home Depot. The California State Automobile Association (CSAA) and Safeco Insurance both list Spiteri Builders as a preferred contractor. Accomplished in a variety of reconstruction projects, including residential, office, industrial, and retail buildings, Spiteri Builders also offers electrical and plumbing services, as well as invaluable causation analysis. In addition, Spiteri Builders offers complete residential and multi-residential design and construction services, including exterior framing, siding, roofing, windows, doors; complete installation of kitchens and baths; and all interior design and construction from flooring to cabinetry. Spiteri also offers commercial exterior renovations as well as interior renovations and tenant improvements for offices, retail, warehouse, industrial, and related commercial work. The experienced Spiteri Builders field staff provides its clients with superior results and full-time customer service, including a 24-hour emergency response team. Member of the Better Business Bureau and the East Bay Claims Association, Spiteri Builders has consistently increased its revenue by 15-20% every year, compiling an extensive list of client referrals. Spiteri Builders regularly gives back to the community it serves, donating to Feed the Children, International Justice Mission, and the Harbor House Organization.