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Pleasanton Shutter
Pleasanton Shutters
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Pleasanton Drapery
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Dublin Shutter
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Danville Shutter
Danville Shutters
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Danville Drapery
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Alamo Shutter
Alamo Shutters
Alamo Blinds
Alamo Drapes
Alamo Drapery
Alamo Fabric
Alamo Upholstery
Walnut Creek Shutter
Walnut Creek Shutters
Walnut Creek Blinds
Walnut Creek Drapes
Walnut Creek Drapery
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Moraga Shutter
Moraga Shutters
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Orinda Shutter
Orinda Shutters
Orinda Blinds
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Orinda Drapery
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Orinda Upholstery
Lafayette Shutter
Lafayette Shutters
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Lafayette Drapery
Lafayette Fabric
Lafayette Upholstery
Castro Valley Shutter
Castro Valley Shutters
Castro Valley Blinds
Castro Valley Drapes
Castro Valley Drapery
Castro Valley Fabric
Castro Valley Upholstery
Alamo is an unincorporated community that is north of Danville and south of Walnut Creek. The name comes from the trees that line the region. The community has about 15,000 individuals living in it with an average income exceeding $140,000. It is neighbored by Diablo, Danville, Blackhawk, and Walnut Creek. Alamo is also close to Pleasanton, San Ramon, Dublin, and Livermore.

Similar to other regions within the valley, Alamo grew due to its climate and location in the Bay. It has Spanish roots and slowly expanded. However, the area really took off following World War II. The Roundhill Country Club opened in 1960 and Interstate 680 finished in 1964.

Alamo is another city within the tremendous San Ramon Unified School District. The district has four high schools including San Ramon Valley High School, Monte Vista High School, Dougherty High School, and Del Amigo High School. These schools are fed by award winning elementary and middle schools where most students go on to post-high school education.

The Iron Horst Trail continues to run through Alamo. It winds itself from Dublin and heads all the way to Concord. It provides a great place for walking, jogging, and bike riding.

Within close proximity to Alamo, an annual film, food, and wine festival occurs. The Danville/Sycamore Rotary runs the event for the benefit of numerous organizations. Wineries and restaurants from Danville, Alamo, Dublin, San Ramon service the event.

Alamo is a critical community within Contra Costa County.

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  • We have been in business since 1954.
  • We are a family owned and operated business.
  • We offer in-home consultation, and professional installation.
  • We offer custom decorating specializing in Hunter Douglas window fashion.
  • We are the only business in the San Francisco Bay Area that has its own drapery and upholstery workroom.