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  • A
    C & M Concrete
    C&M did an outstanding job on my project which required footings for a patio pavilion and underground electric and water lines, plus a very sensitive water drainage issue. Their approach to the project was very innovative and professional. Everything was done precisely to the time line established before work began and for the price agreed to at the start. Their workers showed up exactly on schedule and left the job site as clean as they found it. They do excellent work and I would not hesitate to recommend them to others or to hire them again myself.
    - Doug S.
  • A
    Timberwood Landscape
    Jon's architecture/engineering skills combined with his design aesthetic resulted in a beautiful backyard that met our budget and fit our lifestyle. We recently moved into a home with a rear yard that had a challenging topography and had been severely neglected. The patio, irrigation system, lighting and all the plantings but a single tree couldn't be salvaged. Jon took all our wishes and needs into consideration, and created a backyard experience that is both practical and gorgeous to look at. We now have a great living and dining space, and a yard for our young children, all surrounded by a backdrop of low-maintenance but visually appealing plants. It looks fantastic during the day and sexy at night with cleverly placed accent lighting. We now have a wonderful outdoor living environment we enjoy every day. We shopped around and can confidently state Jon is extremely reasonable about what he charges for his services. Honestly, the most satisfying home improvement project we've ever undertaken.
    - John L.
  • A
    C & M Concrete
    Manny and his team did an excellent job! We were really impressed with his punctuality, professionalism, speed of the job and his attention to detail. Our driveway and porch now look exceptional! I would highly recommend C&M Concrete and would definitely use him for future projects, we have already passed along his business card to a friend.
    - Andy and Michelle V.
  • A
    Berkley Construction Inc
    Berkley construction restored the front porch of my home in Mission Hills to its original 1912 design. The team did a great job. They were courteous, communicated well regarding the timeline and plan, and helped us work through some design considerations along the way. I will hire them again.
    - Will T.
  • A
    Remodel Works Bath & Kitchen
    Fantastic job by Eric Fasset, Design Consultant and Jeff Aldridge, Project Manager. We had sourced several contractors over the years but never found the right concept for our remodel. A neighbor recommended Remodel Works. After one meeting at the house, Eric Fasset came up with a unique design for our master and master bath. Once we agreed on the concepts, the details came together very quickly. Jeff Aldridge and team brought the entire project to fruition, both on time and within budget. My husband and I are very pleased with the outcome and the professionalism throughout the process.
    - Nancy B.
  • F
    I hired RAD to replace a floating patio slab that was slowing sinking and impacting 2 rooms in my house, for a project with a total cost of $18.5K. When RAD was done, I was left with poor quality work that will require me to hire additional tradespeople to make right before I can proceed with reframing those rooms, replacing the flooring and essentially get these parts of my house back. This is after numerous email exchanges, phone conversations, and follow-up meetings with RAD employees. I highly recommend AGAINST hiring RAD if you���re looking for quality work, and wise use of your money and your time. Here are the highlights of RAD's work on my project: ��� RAD's team left me with a crookedly placed interior foundation wall, that while Manny (the foreman) admits is unworkable, is not going to fix. Manny's solution is to recommend I hire (and pay for) a concrete cutting firm to cut out their mistake and straighten the foundation. And he was able give me a couple of names of concrete cutters. o Even after I pressed, RAD refuses to pay for this, though again Manny acknowledged that what they left me with is unworkable without the concrete cutting. He had an additional suggestion that I simply jerry rig up some non-standard interior framing, rip a few 2x4s down to a smaller size, to work around their mistake. But who seriously wants to jerry rig their own home construction? I was surprised he would seriously suggest this. o After I spoke with one of the owners, there was a tentative, verbal suggestion that maybe RAD would consider splitting the cost of the cutting repair. But at this point in time, I have a hard time believing them, or any desire to continue working with them in any capacity. ��� RAD's team literally pilfered materials from my property to use for their concrete framing and for holding up the walls after taking out the old foundation. We had set aside a number of 2x4s to use for replacing our interior wall, and RADs team used our lumber to complete their concrete framing. I could not believe this. On top of that, my husband had some lumber scraps stacked on an outdoor workbench and no joke, the RAD team piled up these wood scraps to hold up the walls, and then poured the concrete over it all. I mean, they had to seriously hunt around our property to find all these materials. What kind of a professional firm scavenges lumber from the homeowner's property? And then buries it in cement? If it matters, there is a Home Depot less than 1 mile from my house, so they could have ducked out and purchased materials. ��� The slab RAD has left me with also isn't flat and, according to my tile contractor, can't be tiled without first being leveled. When I pointed out the unevenness to RAD's foreman for the project, he said that a variation of 3/4 of an inch within a span of less than 3 feet (which is the state of what they left me with) was normal, perfectly acceptable, and that any good tile installer should be able to make up for that kind of un-levelness by just filling it in with mortar. He said my tile guy was either unqualified or trying to rip me off. I'm not sure I believe him. ��� Assorted slovenliness, property damage and unprofessionalism: o Slovenliness: The RAD crew pulled out a piece of drywall stacked with my trash which they then used as a mat for piling up 100's of pounds of unused concrete, in the middle of a planted bed. And then they left it over the Christmas holidays. And then it rained, and the drywall disintegrated. My husband and I ended up cleaning the whole mess up ourselves and hauled it out to the front of the house where they did eventually pick it up. o Property damage: broken plant pots, a broken plant stand, and plants killed when the crew rinsed their concrete covered tools on top of a planted bed. They also pulled a perfectly intact 8 x 10 heavy duty poly tarp from our outdoor workbench and used it for something during the demolition that caused it to have burn holes and tears all over it. Why don���t they have proper materials of their own to use? o Unprofessionalism: The crew started their demolition a day later than they said they would due to "a mix-up" (the entirety of their explanation; but did offer to pay for the inconvenience of boarding our animals which we did not take them up on). Then, the crew put a 5��� step in the wrong place, a mistake I luckily came home in time to discover before the cement was dry. When I pointed out the error and the need to fix this, they literally argued with me (probably because I'm female: you know how it is). Manny was not on site at the time. The RAD team argued with me despite the fact that my husband had personally supervised William, the estimator, when he gave the original instructions to the crew (include Manny, presumably), to make sure this detail had been properly conveyed. The crew was unable to reach William to clarify/verify my request. Clearly there was a breakdown in communication on the RAD side. ��� I spoke with RAD and met with the project's foreman (Manny) for a follow up inspection at my property, to give RAD a chance to address my concerns. This was after my husband had already exchanged several emails with them. They are not accepting responsibility for the shoddy work they did, even though when I pointed out the mistakes, Manny himself did verbally acknowledge that things were not right. In summary, this is not the firm you want to hire.
    - Charles K.
  • A
    Jason Tarner Cardosa
    J.T.C started on the scheduled start date and finished on the scheduled finish date. They removed and replaced approximately 60 feet of driveway in one week. The job was kept immaculate between phases and there were no surprises. I would highly recommend Jason Turner Cardosa for your concrete endeavors.
    - Lynnel G.
  • A
    TJS Construction Co.
    Really well, Tom is honest. He checks in and follows up well. He takes time to listen! The deck was too far gone with termites so Tom gave us a discount and referred us to THE BEST deck guy, Bill. They all got done and cleaned up well in a timely fashion. They were all very trustworthy and we enjoyed having them in our home and around our kids.
    - Heather H.
  • A
    Teknik Inc
    The project went great! It was finished on budget and earlier than the contractual deadline. The work is beautiful and we are moving in now. From the foundation to the crown molding - every detail is in place. Kevin and his team are impeccably clean and take ownership of making our experience as smooth as possible. Kevin and his team communicated with us at each stage so we knew what to expect. Kevin also was at the job site every day which is so rare in this economy - many builders have lost the personal touch and it is so wonderful to know how much the owner cares for my family.
    - Jack B.
  • A
    TJS Construction Co.
    All went excellent. Tom and team are professional, responsive and respectful. I trust them to make the right decisions and never feel the need to second guess them. The living room came out beyond expectations, the garage is my new sanctuary and the side yard is flawless.
    - Patrick M.
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Concrete Repair in San Diego

The dry and hot weather in San Diego is often hard on concrete. Concrete is used for many things because it is not only strong but can be designed in many ways to look elegant. Time wears concrete down, however, and you are looking at concrete repair.

Concrete was originally designed to be used in buildings and roadways. Today, however, you can look anywhere in San Diego and find the many ways concrete use has spread. It is used in walls, along walkways, and to line pools and backyard pools. The many ways concrete can be tinted and molded makes it a popular choice throughout landscaping.

Over time, cracks start to form in concrete, especially where it is used around water. Chips appear and the once nice-looking surface becomes ragged. Luckily, concrete repair is easy to do when you have the knowledge.

In San Diego, there are specialists trained to come out and look at your project and tell you what can be done to return your structure to its former glory. In many cases, the time it will take is a lot less than you figured it would be.

If you are starting to see wear in the concrete around your home, call qualified service provider today to have the damage evaluated before it becomes a large issue. Many of the San Diego concrete repair specialists on this list are waiting to serve you, but find the best San Diego Concrete Repair Service by joining Angie's List for FREE.