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  • A
    We had been working with an architect, considering whether to remodel or start from scratch. James Wagnon, owner and founder of Historical, was very helpful during that phase with price estimates and descriptions of challenges we would face in remodeling and expanding, which convinced us appropriately that we would be better off replacing the old cabin. Everyone agreed, including the architect, once James explained all the issues. The architect���s designs were significantly beyond our price range, however, so we put the project on hold. James stayed in touch with us and told us he thought he could deliver most of what we wanted within our price range, so we started working on plans with him. He produced new plans himself which required many long conversations. He was extremely patient as we worked up all the details of the new house, also offering great advice based on his experience. He wouldn���t start work, and didn���t charge anything for all of his time on the front end, until we had negotiated a firm price on the completed house which could only be changed through a well organized and transparent change order process. Once the contract was settled, James immediately started work and delivered us a beautiful new house with 3000 square feet of heated and cooled space over 4500 feet of space under roof in 7 1/2 months. He was totally hands on, always available to discuss issues, and made changes as necessary; in every case, he was able to tell us the cost in time and money of any change we contemplated to the original plan. We really enjoyed working with James and were impressed at every turn by his organization, his work ethic, and his integrity. My wife���s only complaint about James was that he was so committed to his schedule of completion, which he met, that she felt pressure from him to meet with designers to pick out colors, cabinets, hardware, etc. He has also been thorough and committed to resolving all punch list items, which are inevitable in a project of this size. We recommend James absolutely without qualification for any job of any size he is willing to take on.
    - Will R.
  • C
    We hired DSLD about a year and a half ago to do some landscaping, hardscaping, and repair of damaged sidewalks and curbs. We needed some plantings on a hard-to-access hillside because we had a problem with weeds on the barren landscape there. The bid also included cutting down a couple of small trees on the hillside. We had a 3-feet diameter transient pool of standing water in the backyard, and had some broken sidewalks and curbs. We thought his price was high, but we were rather desperate to get our problem solved efficiently and thought he would deliver. We didn't do our due diligence, which is entirely on us. I should have recognized that we were not off to a good start when I stated I wanted a day or two to think about the proposal and he added pressure to sign the agreement that day, which we ended up doing. His team of workers for the landscaping portion, which included at least one of his sons, were efficient, pleasant, responsive, and professional. They did what was proposed, and some of the work was ultimately very helpful (the subterranean drain eliminated a 3-yard diameter pool of water in the back yard) and/or structurally sound (e.g., storm drain covers no longer fall into the drains). However, some of the work didn't accomplish what we stated we wanted. For example, they cut down a couple of small trees at ground level; the trees almost immediately grew back, requiring us to spend even more time on the precarious hillside to deal with them. David suggested we chop it up, add root killer, etc., but the whole point of paying him 50K was for him to get rid of the tree. It was our understanding that he was going to install a weed barrier on the hillside. When we inquired about the barrier during the course of the work, he told us that was not appropriate to install a physical barrier on the hillside; he said he would go back and spray something to help with weeds. This was surprising to us, since there had been a physical barrier there in the past and he didn't tell us he wasn't planning to install one this time. Millions more weeds grew back amongst the tiny plantings he installed; when we inquired, he suggested that we should get out there and weed the hillside for a few years until the plantings fill in and its longer necessary. 1.5 years later, we are still drowning in weeds. While I understand that it takes time for plantings to grow, the frustrating part is that none of this was communicated in advance when we were sharing our problems and the solution we wanted. The sidewalks and curbs were a big part of the job; unfortunately, they don't look good to me. We found out later that David hired someone he hadn't worked with before to do the sidewalk repairs; the job was totally unsatisfactory to us and to David. To address the terrible work, David's team revised the work and did improve the situation, but I think it really should have been entirely redone. I am still not happy with the sidewalk and curbs. I hoped that somehow it would get better over time, hence the delay in posting this review. Also, I was concerned about the bright white concrete he used to smooth over the steps of our historic home. The pictures below show how it looks one and one-half years later, as I hoped it would mellow over time as he said it would. It has, but I still think this job is inappropriate for the setting and I wish I'd understood more about how this would really look. As I walk around our neighborhood and see my neighbors' sidewalks and other hardscaping, it underscores my belief that DSLD did poor work on the key hardscaping elements, and failed to either understand or know now to adequately address some of concerns. A couple of months ago, we asked David to come back out to reevaluate the work on the sidewalks and curbs, and the very small hardscape patio where he added concrete between the stones, which were cracked within a short time. He said the curbs were chipped due to cars hitting them, and that he could superficially repair them but that the problem would recur and the color wouldn't match. While I believe that cars hit them, I don't believe the damage had nothing to do with the way the curb was built. I could be wrong about this; I am not a curb builder. In the end, we spent $50K of our hard-earned dollars for what I think is worth about 10-15K at the most--I'm really glad that a few parts of the job were helpful. I've had lots of work done around our home that was performed by a wide variety of contractors, including a large interior remodel. In the case of DSLD, I believe that we overpaid for suboptimal work. Going forward, I will require a line-by-line proposal, with each item very clearly defined and I will obtain at least two bids.
    - Martha Anne R.
  • B
    America's Best Concrete Construction
    Contractor seemed disorganized and didn't communicate well with subs. But they did the work when they said they would at the price quoted. The driveway turned out well; however, the retaining wall was not poured and finished correctly and they had to come back and patch where voids and holes were left. I would recommend them for simple concrete jobs, but not anything complicated.
    - Amy E.
  • A
    Backyard Paradise LLC
    It actually went great! They made quick work of the projects and they turned out better than expected. We had an area next to the dry creek bed that didn't grade well, so water would pool up and not drain. Randy's team offered to fill that space with the dirt dug from the new creek bed. We said yes, and they did. However, they didn't add grass seed, so we're left with a big dirt patch in our yard. Truly, that's the ONLY issue. I've never worked with a landscape company before, so I am honestly not sure if the pricing was comparable, but I would use Randy and Backyard Paradise again.
    - amanda d.
  • C
    Davidson Hardscapes
    ALWAYS get your work itemized beforehand and during the job if there are any changes, or you will get taken advantage of. Sadly this is true for many contractors out there, so this one is among company...
    - Todd B.
  • A
    Myers Landscape and Tree Service
    The work was done very professionally and looks great. Adam went above and beyond what we had agreed upon by checking the entire sprinkler system to ensure there were no other issues. I know now that it will be ready for the hot summer weather.
    - Thomas S.
  • A
    Steve did an excellent job in constructing a wall which is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. The lawn and ground cover, as well, are also more pleasing to the eye and much less of a problem to maintain. (I only wish that I had not spread fertilizer with a weed killer on it after just 6 months - way too soon.) Steve is honest and reliable, and I believe his prices are competitive. He has worked on our sprinklers several times since completing this project, and I would be delighted to have him do other work in the future.
    - Jerry N.
  • A
    This was absolutely the best experience we've had with contractors at our home. Steve thoughtfully redesigned our back yard, taking everything into consideration. (Our back yard is complicated with serious drainage problems, including city easements over culverts.) The design included everything we wanted: a bigger deck (including a planter), placement and assembly of a storage shed (purchased separately), installation of raised garden beds, removal of huge unsightly encroaching roots from a neighboring tree, transfer of a favorite gardenia from front to back, and placement of shrubs around the boundaries to soften the overall look. The plan was to our liking and within our budget, so we hired him to proceed. The only thing better than the design was the execution. At every juncture, Steve did something better than we were expecting. How often does that happen these days? He and his crew were polite, friendly, hard-working and thorough. We are completely satisfied with the results and enthusiastically recommend SM Thornton Landscapes to anyone. A++ without reservations.
    - Robert G.
  • A
    Andy's Landscape Service
    We had a large tree taken out and the retaining wall was knocked down in the process.  The crew came and dug out what was left of the old wall including cutting out some concrete,  removed the stump where the new wall would go, placed a drain behind the wall, built the new straight wall, backfilled and placed new top soil on top,  and filled small area with concrete to bring drive way up to wall.  They did a great job. They started a week later than we had originally scheduled and it took a little bit longer than we thought it would but it looks very nice.  We were hoping to use reclaimed brick but that was not feasible, the new brick still looks very nice and fits well with the brick house.  I would highly recommend. I have a separate quote for them to come out to the house later and landscape that side of the house.
    - Rosa S.
  • A
    Portera Landscape Design
    I used Portera Design for my front yard last year -- it was a massive job -- so I asked them to come this year to landscape the narrow area that serves as my "backyard" on the edge of a ravine.  Before, walking back there was risky because the stepping stones had broken and were so uneven that it was dangerous to walk.  There also were no plants at all in that area.  I love the area now; it has a lovely stone walkway that steps gradually up to my patio.  The plants are lovely and welcoming and provide a much-needed screen between my neighbor's house and mine.  David did all of the work by hand; the clearing alone took several days.  I'm very satisfied with the job Portera did last year and this.
    - Judith K.
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