Masonry reviews in Pawtucket


I initially called
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, a mason I found on Angie's list to have my chimney re-pointed. He said his schedule was full for the near future so he took my phone number and said he would have
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
call me in the next day or two.
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
called the next day to get my address and ask what work I wanted done. He said he would drive by the next morning to inspect the chimney and would call with an estimate. He called with an estimate of $1800 & two days to do the work I wanted done and said he could fix some other deficiencies he saw in the chimney for an additional $400. I told him I wanted to do the $1800 part of the job but I would call him back after I inspected the chimney more closely to see if I needed the additional $400 of work. After inspecting the chimney myself I called
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back to say I did not see the need for the extra work. He said he would then just complete the original work and if he noticed anything when he had a closer look while he was working he would call me discuss.
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
came to my house on the agreed upon date and finished the work in one day. He called later that night to give me a new cost of $1700 and to say if I inspected his work and was satisfied could I please leave a check for him in my mailbox. I paid
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
and am planning on using him again.
- David C.

He is very friendly and does very nice work. He sat down and told us exactly what he was going to do to repair my steps. He got to work and finished in good time. There is no loose spots anymore.

I went on Angie's List- read about
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
as my company's building was in need of repair ( an old mill bulding) so i called
Pawtucket Masonry Contractors Provider Name Locked
- discussed it with him. I took some photos and e mailed them to him so he would know and he was here the next day. When he was done, he took me out to show me what was done and some extras which were done by him as well. All in all- EXCELLENT A+

- Peter H.
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All Masonry Contractors in Pawtucket, RI

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order. To view top rated service providers along with reviews and ratings, Join Angie's List Now!

4 Site, LLC.

P.O. Box 1016
Coventry, RI

A-1 Foundation Crack Repair, Inc.

9 John Robinson Rd
Hudson, MA

A-1 Roofing & Construction

18 J H Dwyer Dr
Middletown, RI

A-Tec Chimney Sweep

Bellingham, MA

A-Z Handyman

1896 West Shore Rd
Warwick, RI

A.J.H. Construction

186 vernon street
Warren, RI

Adelino Soares Construction

1255 Sharps Lot Rd
Swansea, MA

Airway Masonry Construction

PO Box 5553
Pawtucket, RI


2829 E MAIN RD
Portsmouth, RI

Allscapes Landscaping Inc.

PO BOX 322
North Kingstown, RI


135 Liberty Rd
Exeter, RI

Alternate Handyman

Pawtucket, RI

American Building Company LLC

661 Rocky Hill Road
North Smithfield, RI

American Masonry Inc

156 Metacomet Ave
Rumford, RI

Any Stone Masonry

25 Cantara Street
West Warwick, RI


323 Sayles Ave
Pascoag, RI

Artistic Masonry

430 Douglas Pike
North Smithfield, RI

B&R Fournier Construction Inc

155 Trenton St
Pawtucket, RI

B.P. Masonry, LLC

1285 Snake Hill Rd.
North Scituate, RI

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