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  • Started with a detailed discussion about what we wanted the yard to look like and Provider name locked. , Owner of Provider name locked. , made a few suggestions.  We agreed upon what was to be accomplished, a contract was written, about a 40% deposit was made and the work started and continued starting at 7:00 a.m. Monday through Friday until completed.  Work included clearing all the current landscaping and removing several bushes, all of which was hauled away upon removal.  Provider name locked.  offered sample materials for us to select the colors desired for all areas of the work to be performed, selections were made and, as needed, materials were brought on site for the work to be able to proceed smoothly.  
    The work performed:

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    The yard was cleared and leveled.  All materials and all bushes that were removed were hauled away.
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    The yard was leveled and shaped for the work to be performed.  Most of this effort being done by or supervised by Provider name locked. , the concrete and brickwork master.
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    Frameworks for the brick
    work and sidewalk concrete work were built. 
    Low energy lights were added to each step for the walkway to the house.  Materials for the next phase were delivered.
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    Dividers, consisting of grey block and mortar mix, were built at the sidewalk on both sides of the driveway and the walkway to the house, across the middle of the yard, in several curves, to include around a planter and again on both sides of the
    driveway.  Next dividers were built around all established trees in large circles about eighteen inches from the trunks.  Finally a divider was built across the upper part of the yard where planters would be established.
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    After the dividers were built across the middle part of the yard and waiting until the next workday to allow the concrete to cure, the dirt was re-arranged to flow to the divider from higher in the yard.
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    Water lines were placed to connect to existing lines for existing trees and bushes and established for new bushes.  Pipe was placed for low energy light cables and posts were placed for the fixtures within the area to be concreted.
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    Brick in large rectangular boxes between the sidewalk and street were broken up and cleared.  Old bushes and weeds in six
    diamond shaped areas were also cleared and prepared for concrete.  
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    Concrete was delivered, poured, spread, leveled and stamped.  The concrete was colored brick red and the stamping added a blue highlight.  Concrete and stamping areas included the lower portion of the yard in all three areas, the sidewalk with two steps to the house and the large boxes between the sidewalk and street.  Last the six smaller diamond shaped areas between the sidewalk and street were covered with the red concrete.  All was left to cure overnight.
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    Provider name locked. facings were concreted to all the dividers and a bullnose brick topping was added to all the dividers.  The divider lowest in the yard had Provider name locked. attached to the street side and home side while all other dividers had only the one exposed side covered in facings.
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    After frameworks were removed, bricks were laid on both sides of the sidewalk, street to house, and both sides of the driveway.
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    Low energy lights were placed where desired, linked via the low energy cables and connected to low energy transformers.  Upper part of the yard was covered with a thick black plastic sheeting material in preparation for the delivery of the Provider name locked. to cover those areas.
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    Provider name locked. was delivered, placed in the street in front of the house and was quickly moved to the three areas to be covered by Provider name locked. and after placement was leveled.
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    During the work the areas were continually being kept free of debris and at this point a final sweeping of the stamped concrete was accomplished, a high pressure steam cleaner was brought in to clean the stamped concrete and brick work and a final
    coating of a concrete sealer was added.
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    All materials were cleared from the side driveway which had been used as a staging area and the project was complete.
    The end result is better than expected, both my spouse and I are elated with the final results.
    Prior to the work being performed, estimates were obtained from several companies and each had a different perspective as to how they would prepare and present our yard.  We selected Provider name locked. because of the quality of the previous work performed and the promise of a final appearance.  We are delighted with the results!
    - Mark W.
  • They showed up on time for both the quote and on the scheduled work day.  The old sidewalk was quickly demolished and the ground next to the driveway was leveled and framed.  What actually took them the longest was removing the last few inches of tree root where I wanted the sidewalk extended to the Provider name locked. .  I had had the tree removed and the stump ground down but they needed to go lower to pour the four inches of concrete.  They also removed and replaced the Provider name locked. due to damage from my tree.  This wasn't in the original quote but they did it anyway and charged exactly what had been quoted. 
    I was very impressed that the owner stayed on site for the entire job.  His crew was very neat to the point that when the concrete truck came they placed some plastic on the street under the truck so that if any concrete spilled during the pour it would be easy to clean.They shoveled, swept and used a leaf blower to remove all debris and at the end of the job my yard was neater than when they started.
    Their finisher was a true craftsman, when he was finished the entire pour was as smooth as glass.  I was almost sad that they had to brush the concrete to create a non-slip surface but since my house sits on a slope safety came first. 
    I think my favorite part was at the end of the day when several of the crew members came up and thanked me for the opportunity to work at my house.  I am definitely going to give this company excellent word of mouth reviews to anyone who asks about the job and I do plan to use them again within the next few months to landscape my front yard.

    - Jerri B.
  • We called this company three times and sent two emails requesting a call back / estimate.  We waited approximately a week.  We never received any communication back.  We said on at least one of those calls all the work we needed done (approx 10K worth of work) but still no call back.
    - Rifian N.
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