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They were very efficient, and the work was done in three days. My poor neighbors have been at it for over a week :(.
I was very pleased with the work done and although I hate spending money on stuff like this, I have to admit that not having to worry about the sewer backing up is a real joy.
They had to dig down through my concrete patio to get to the line, and dig down to the line at the end of my property just at the end of the steps before the sidewalk. My House is on a hill and the sewer runs down to the street. I was really glad they didn't have to dig up my steps or run a trench all through my yard. They also had to dig three holes to run the new water line. One in the cement driveway, one in the yard and one by the house to connect everything along with spigots and shut off valves.
THE GOOD: I was surprised with the variety of costs and solutions I was offered. Metropolitan seemed to visualize the reality of the problem most accurately – always the best place to begin - and propose the most efficient solution. They also had the best price, though not by a large margin over the closest competitor. The exact job specs were not exactly the same among any of the 4 bids I received; each was different and to a degree that surprised. It was Metropolitan's combination of problem assessment, efficient solution and price that caused me to hire them.
My sidewalk was necessarily excavated and closed to foot traffic and Metropolitan has yet to come back to “reopen” it for use. I moved their “sidewalk closed” signs and orange
10/8/13: The "sidewalk closed" materials disappeared the day after I posted this review. It is approaching 3 weeks since they were paid and I have yet to hear from Metropolitan about repairing the landscape border damage and am now taking more active steps to get them back.
I took a bucket and filled it with rocks and concrete chunks to get them out of the lawn so I could mow the grass I could reach. A section of granite "bricks" and rubber border between my lawn and landscaping was removed in the excavation process. The granite "bricks" and rubber border they cut out were thrown away and not replaced.
I’ve spoken to both of them by phone several times but never saw
I’m not sure how much of what is discussed on the phone with either of them makes it into the brains of the guys who are actually doing the work.
However, I would hire them again but be slower to pay, only after EVERYTHING was done to my satisfaction.
On the day of repair, the contractor crew showed up at a reasonable hour. They were professional and expedient in performing all work. In addition to the repairs, they found a clog that had developed since my home purchase, roto-rooted it out and confirmed rapid water flow through the pipes (without impact to the original bid amount); and restored the landscape to excellent condition.
Based on these experiences, I would definitely recommend "
Metropolitan is highly recommended."
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