About

We are Pykles Remodeling and Repairs, a family owned and operated local business in La Mesa, California. We we’re founded by Luke Russell and Howard Pykles back in 1946 and have been happily serving San Diego ever since. Our showroom and offices are currently located at 8348 Center Drive Suite A in La Mesa, CA 91942. We are bonded, licensed and insured general contractors who also provide full plumbing, heating and electrical services to our customers. If you are looking at remodeling or repairing your home and are “in a pickle” be sure to call on our team here at Pykles. (619) 463-1600. or visit our website at pyklesremodeling.com

This blog is updated and maintained by Cameron Tobias ‘Toby’ Pykles who is the operations manager and youngest grandson of Howard Pykles. For any questions or comments contact him directly at toby@pyklesremodeling.com.

 

Pykles Remodeling and Repairs

8348 Center Drive Ste. A

La Mesa, California 91942

(619) 463-1600 Phone

(619) 668-4683 Fax

pyklesremodeling.com

This is a picture of Craig Pykles when he was just a lad growing up in San Diego. Here he is pictured with a friend in the Laguna Mountains in the eastern parts of San Diego county.

This is a picture of Craig Pykles when he was just a lad growing up in San Diego. Here he is pictured with a friend in the Laguna Mountains in the eastern parts of San Diego county.

This picture was taken back around 1952 at our first location at 4611 University Avenue in San Diego. Howard Pykles is sitting in the dog sled.

This picture was taken back around 1952 at our first location at 4611 University Avenue in San Diego. Howard Pykles is sitting in the dog sled.

Luke Russell and Howard Pykles outside our original location at 4611 University Avenue in San Diego circa 1952.

Luke Russell and Howard Pykles outside our original location at 4611 University Avenue in San Diego circa 1952.

This picture was taken when Craig Pykles was just a boy of about 7 years of age outside his Dad and Uncle's shop circa 1952.

This picture was taken when Craig Pykles was just a boy of about 7 years of age outside his Dad and Uncle’s shop.

 

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