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the pros/cons of only redoing part of the driveway. Provider name locked. and Provider name locked. came out right before the job began and marked off the concrete with spray paint and answered my questions. The first day of the job was demolition and a partial pour. On the second day the rest of the concrete was poured. Provider name locked. 's crew was absolutely amazing. This is a family run busines, and the gentleman who started the business (now in his 70's) was on his hands and knees leveling the driveway! The quality of the work was amazing, and the professionalism of the entire crew was outstanding. Several days after the work was complete, Provider name locked. and Provider name locked. came back out to the house to check on how the concrete looked. Also, Provider name locked. made a follow-up call to see if I had any questions. I would recommend Provider name locked. without reservation.
- Barbara M.
If you are looking to have concrete work done that is comprehensively high in quality from an honest, respectful company, I strongly
suggest looking elsewhere. We needed to replace our garage floor, driveway and adjacent walkways, and had several companies out to quote. Provider name locked. from Provider name locked. visited our home and made us feel very comfortable with the work Provider name locked. would do, even explaining how they would creatively lift our air conditioning unit off of the ground so that we wouldn’t have to go through the trouble of having
the lines disconnected from it. Based on our comfort with Provider name locked. and his explanation of the job, we made the mistake of selecting Provider name locked. to do the work.
With respect to the concrete work itself, Provider name locked. did a very good job. After the concrete work was completed is when things rapidly unraveled. We have several sprinkler heads and, it would follow, sprinkler lines on either side of the driveway that Provider name locked. replaced.
As apparently occasionally happens, one of the sprinkler lines was severed while the driveway was being replaced. Provider name locked. repaired the severed line while the crew was still there and told us that everything was good to go. That same evening, I decided to double-check the sprinkler system and found water pooling near one sprinkler head and two other damaged sprinkler heads. Provider name locked. had earlier in the day told me that everything was fixed, so I was dubious about their ability to properly diagnose problems with the sprinkler. This was communicated to the owner, Priscilliano, whose initial response was that they can’t be responsible for things underground that they can’t see (notwithstanding that a layout of the sprinkler system was available, but never requested). Once we got past the preposterousness of his initial statement, Priscilliano agreed to send one of his guys to our house to check the sprinkler and make any necessary repairs. I explained to this person that water was pooling in one spot and that parts of two other sprinkler heads looked to be damaged. His response was that when they damage a sprinkler, they sever the line completely, which is obvious because the entire sprinkler zone loses pressure and the heads Provider name locked. ’t come up. Since this was not currently happening with our sprinkler, his view was that there was nothing wrong. Not agreeing with this person from Provider name locked. , we called the sprinkler company and had them come check the system. They did indeed find an additional leak, where it appeared that the line had been hit but not severed, and also repaired two damaged sprinkler heads.
Before we had the sprinkler company come to our house, we informed Provider name locked. that we were doing this because we didn’t trust Provider name locked. ’s ability to detect and repair issues with our sprinkler system (without tearing up our entire yard to do so). Provider name locked. objected to
this, saying that they were entitled to repair any damages. I do agree that Provider name locked. should be able to repair the damages themselves – the problem arises when they are not adequately able to assess the damage.
To sum things up, our sprinkler company charged us $229 to do the repair work. We communicated this to Provider name locked. and offered them the opportunity to do what’s right. What we received was more egregious than anticipated, which was a $29 check and an invoice charging us $200 for the work they did to raise our air conditioning unit off the ground. This work was, of course, discussed as part of the initial quote from Provider name locked. with no mention of any extra charge and was just a convenient and embarrassing way for Provider name locked. to absolve itself of any responsibility. If the owner of Provider name locked. responds to this comment by saying anything to the contrary related to lifting the air conditioner, it is simply a continuation of his dishonest behavior.
There are many companies in the Denver area capable of doing good concrete work. They truly good ones set themselves apart with their service and the way they treat their customers.
- Bill W.
First they wanted $1000 deposit "and we'll put you on the list" --so I sent a check 8/14. It did not occur to me to ask how long the list was and they did not volunteer the information as to when I was scheduled. In Sept. I called & asked and was told I was scheduled for 10/17 but they were behind due to weather. We had had unusually rainy weather after all. Eventually the driveway got done October 24-25.
The driveway is gorgeous! Well worth the wait.
- Sarah S.