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"Contractor started quickly tearing up area in Summer 2013. Weeks into job, homeowner caught contractor trying to pour 1/3 less concrete than detailed engineering" prescribed and attempted to cover up misdeed with dirt. Homeowner forced CSR to dig up and re do right. Contractor ripped up grounds on 3 sides of home. Contractor kept promising to come back in a week, 2 weeks then did some work, grounds and 2200 sq ft of home a dirt disaster. Workers kept needlessly destroying so many things and not disclosing,. Cover ups of poor work and unreported damage became so frequent that owner was forced to be on site supervising any time CSR staff were on site. Owner forced to personally do excavating anywhere near any destroyable item was located to prevent CSR damage. One site manager was banned from site for causing so much needless damage. CSR kept delaying while contractor signed more contracts later and did those later signed contracts while leaving this home mud strewn. Owner kept making completion promises that were not kept. Finally in late Nov, 2013, after CSR promised to mitigate but never did it, homeowner forced to do $2K of emergency last hour landscape mud cover for winter work day before below zero winter weather. Throughout job CSR failed to follow standard rules and severely dust contaminated materials. When confornted with all these needless damages CSR always told homeowner they would clean it up or fix it at end. CSR workers finally returned in fits and starts. CSR returned to work in earnest 4 months after the job should have been complete. In January 2014, homeowner who now was watching them closely, saw them starting work on clipping caissons and voiding foundation. New job manager claimed work was nearly complete, visual inspection that Friday made it appear that the caissons were clipped and void forms put where caissons were. CSR demanded check for $3k if homeowner wanted work to continue to cover worker paychecks and materials on site and mostly completed voiding and pier clipping. Check was written and cashed. Homeowner later realized that the work was only made to look like it was completed. Most concrete caissons were only cut back just enough to put cut out veneer of 6 x 8 void .form over it to make the work look complete. Homeowner demanded completion of work or return of check given days earlier under misrepresentation and false pretense, to escrow or homeowner until work complete. , owner informed homeowner no additional work would be done. Homeowner told that all those damages CSR kept telling homeowner they would clean or repair at end would not be done. told homeowner he was disolving that so homeowner would have no entity to take action against. Homeowner then discovered that CSR had removed much of the materials the homeowner paid for in that $3k check to finish the job. It's now 4 months after the job was to be completed and all the grounds and entire basement are a mess. Work being finished by a 3rd party.

-Larry G.

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"He was very informative and helpful. He also spent much of his time giving me advice on how to repair other issues in and around the home. Foundation cracks, joist" repair, floor advice, concrete sealant application, gutter adjustment and more. He's very knowledgable and seemingly honest. I will definitely hire him to do the work.

-Mike S.

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  • Contractor started quickly tearing up area in Summer 2013.  Weeks into job, homeowner caught contractor trying to
    pour 1/3 less concrete than detailed engineering prescribed and attempted to cover up misdeed with dirt. 
    Homeowner forced CSR to dig up and re do right.  Contractor ripped up grounds on 3 sides of home.  Contractor kept promising to come back in a week, 2 weeks then did some work, grounds and 2200 sq ft of
    home a dirt disaster. 
    Workers kept needlessly destroying so many things and not disclosing,. Cover ups of poor work and unreported damage became so frequent that owner was forced to be on site supervising any time CSR staff were on site.  Owner forced to personally do excavating anywhere near any destroyable item was located to prevent CSR damage.  One site manager was banned from site for causing so much needless damage. CSR kept delaying while contractor signed more contracts later and did those later signed contracts while leaving this home mud strewn. Owner Provider name locked. kept making completion promises that were not kept.  Finally in late Nov, 2013, after CSR promised to mitigate but never did it,  homeowner forced to do $2K of emergency  last hour landscape mud cover for winter work  day before below zero winter weather.  Throughout job CSR failed to follow  standard rules and severely dust contaminated materials.  When confornted with all these needless damages CSR always told homeowner they would clean it up or fix it at end.  CSR workers finally returned in fits and starts.  CSR returned to work in earnest 4 months after the job should have been complete. 
    In January 2014, homeowner who now was watching them closely, saw them starting work on clipping caissons and voiding foundation.  New job manager claimed work was nearly complete, visual inspection that Friday made it appear that the caissons were clipped and void forms put where caissons were.  CSR demanded check for $3k if homeowner wanted work to continue to cover worker paychecks and materials on site and mostly completed voiding and pier clipping.  Check was written and cashed. 
    Homeowner later realized that the work was only made to look like it was completed.  Most concrete caissons were only cut  back just enough to put cut out veneer of 6 x 8 void .form over it to make the work look complete.    Homeowner demanded completion of work or return of check given days earlier under misrepresentation and false pretense, to escrow or homeowner  until work complete.  Provider name locked. , owner informed homeowner no additional work would be done. Homeowner told that all those damages CSR kept telling homeowner they would clean or repair at end would not be done. Provider name locked. told homeowner he was disolving that Provider name locked. so homeowner would have no entity to take action against.   Homeowner then discovered that CSR had removed much of  the materials the homeowner paid for in that $3k check to finish the job.  It's now 4 months after the job was to be completed and all the grounds and entire basement are a mess.  Work being finished by a 3rd party.
  • He was very informative and helpful. He also spent much of his time giving me advice on how to repair other issues in and around the home. Foundation cracks, joist repair, floor Provider name locked. advice, concrete sealant application, gutter adjustment and more. He's very knowledgable and seemingly honest. I will definitely hire him to do the work.

  • No repair needed. Provider name locked. did an amazing job and Provider name locked. me to believe they run an honest shop here. Provider name locked. explained everything thoroughly in a detailed report, spoke with me at length on the phone with recommendations that did not involve a foundation repair or his company's services and basically made me feel good about using them in the future if and when I need them. And I will.
    The only reason I gave a few B's versus A's is due to the first missed appointment which was a disappointing element. No call. No explanation until I called to inquire about the issue. Turns out Pinnacle claims to have been there at the time of appointment but my renter indicated there was no way that was the case. Given I am in no position to judge or make a final determination, I can tell you we all agreed (and I confirmed twice with office manager/scheduler given my tenant took off work to meet) the Pinnacle person would CALL WHEN EN ROUTE NO LESS THAN 15 minutes out. That never happened. So I do hold them responsible on this issue.
    Would use again and would request Provider name locked.
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