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Asphalt Paving reviews in Saint Louis

  • D
    On the day scheduled for the work, the crew arrived on-time, and I spoke with them. Nice guys; seemed like everything was moving forward, so I went inside to get ready to go to work. Thirty minutes later, the crew left before doing any sealing work, and I got a voicemail message that there was a dog in my driveway and that they would come back later. I called the office to learn more, as I saw no dog in my driveway during the time the crew was at my house. I don't own a dog, and the only dog around is a neighbor's dog behind a fence. The main office couldn't tell me anything more about what the crew was concerned about, but they said the crew would come by in the afternoon to do the work. In the afternoon, I received another message that the crew could not do the work because of a dog in the driveway and that the work would need to be done another day. I called the office to find out more. The person in the office told me that she only had notes and could not tell me what the crew had seen. I explained that I wanted to understand more so that I could try to remedy the situation, as the only dog I knew of near my house was behind a fence. She told me that her crew said that there was a dog in the driveway, and that I would need to "handle it" before the work could be done. I suggested that I wouldn't know what to do to handle it if she couldn't give me more information, which she said she couldn't give me. So I told her I would need to cancel the service and asked her to refund my money. She agreed to refund the money and hung up on me. I appreciate the agreement to refund the money, but I am genuinely confused about how I should have handled this any differently. I couldn't get any information to remedy what the crews thought was a problem, and without that information, we were going to just do the same song and dance over and over again.
    - Scott J.
  • C
    Wegener Asphalt Paving Inc
    Driveway looks fine but part of my fence was warped over the driveway. I heard the owner Christ tell a worker to replace the board on the fence (which I paid his worker to do). When I returned home after the driveway was done the board was just cut off leaving a hole at the bottom of the fence. I never saw the guy again.
    - Patty O.
  • A
    Steve Beck got in touch with me promptly and gave me his estimate on my rather large driveway. I accepted, and the work was done within a few days of the bid. The crew arrived on time, and did a great job. Driveway looks wonderful.
    - CATHY M.
  • F
    terrible. the owner did not tell me that oil spots would not be covered. Nor did he tell me to power wash or clean oil before hand. Instead, he just sealed over them hoping they wouldn't spot through or that i wouldn't notice. When i pointed this out to him, he said, "that's on you" we are not responsible for oil spots. Really? Had you told me they wouldn;t be covered, I would have power washed or paid someone to do so beforehand. Now, it's too late as he has sealed over the oil and it seeped through. He didn't want to delay the job. I would not hire this company. Oh, and he also showed up a week after service unannounced at my home to get his check. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL.
    - dede c.
  • F
    David Ploof
    Very poorly. Initially we signed two contracts, both for sealing asphalt driveways at separate locations. I expected both jobs to be completed during summer 2017. I paid about 1/3 down for each at signing. The smaller job appeared finished in early fall 2017. I was not invoiced then for the remainder due at that address. In early spring 2018, I contacted Ploof to make sure I was in queue for the second driveway. In early September 2018, Ploof began work sealing the second driveway. The morning he finished the first coat, as he was checking for any spots not covered, I reminded Ploof that his contract called for two coats. Ploof told me he was not going to apply a second coat, reasoning that the first coat had taken a greater quantity of sealant than the manufacturer suggested. Ploof presented me with two separate invoices, each for the full remainder due for sealing at the two different locations. Ploof informed me then that he had done only one coat of sealant at the first address as well. He claimed to have told my husband---whose signature was not on our contract--- the year before that he had done only one coat at the first address. Taking Ploof's word, and embarrassed that I had not yet done so, I was willing to pay in full for the first driveway sealing. (My husband, who had not read the contracts, told me later that no such conversation had occurred.) For the second driveway sealing, I offered to write a check such that Ploof received about another 1/3 of the original contracted price. My number estimated Ploof's full cost of materials plus half of the remainder [for half the labor: one coat rather than two}. Ploof declined to accept any payments from me, threatening to take me to small claims court. Ploof had chosen that we had written contracts; Ploof had wrtitten and provided them of his own accord; and Ploof's contracts even stated that any changes must be in writing. Furthermore, after consulting with the manufacturer of the sealant, I learned that the manufacturer's 10-year warranty, which is referenced on Ploof's contracts, is valid only when two coats are applied.
    - Jeannine B.
  • B
    Metro Paving Co
    The Friday that they did the job, it rained heavily that afternoon. When I looked at the driveway Saturday morning there were large areas where the old unsealed driveway was visible. (I learned that the sealant lis water based and not oil based as I originally thought.) I called Metro on Monday, they were out Tuesday to redo the job. I give them credit for promptly doing the job I expected even though the rain was beyond their control.
    - Doug D.
  • F
    Handy Andy Contractors
    Terrible. I paid for them to repair cracks/loose mortar in my basement. all they did was slap the thinnest layer of mortar over the existing loose mortar. This failed less than a week later and I had to end up re-doing the work myself. Biggest waste of money and time!
    - Nicholas V.
  • A
    Metro Paving Co
    As they started the work, we changed our plan and called Jim, the owner, a number of times to ask questions. He was perfectly patient and nice throughout the entire process. His crew was very careful not to disturb the surrounding soil and landscape. Couldn't have asked for a better job or nicer people.
    - David W.
  • D
    Money Saving Paving, Seal Coating & Tree Service
    When the owner of the company that is initial assessment, he did not realize that there were layers of asphalt that were placed on the driveway, therefore take me a little estimate. However, after his crew started to break into the *******, he realize that there were layers of asphalt placed on the driveway. He was actually going to place another layer, which would've made it five players! Fortunately, I confronted him about what the contract said, that he was supposed to remove the old asphalt and replace it with fresh new asphalt. I thought what he did was dishonest, and I confronted him about what his contract stated. Later, he agreed if I paid a little extra for the estimate, he would include sealant once the driveway was set, and he would do it for a nine year maintenance. The contract was then revise, and it was agreed he was going to put the sealant on the driveway after it had "cured". Well, it's been over two months, and I've yet to get a phone call from him as to when the sealant was going to be placed on the driveway. I am very frustrated with this company.
    - Clarence L.
  • D
    Instead of filling our potholes with gravel, they filled it with tar. This didn't dry within the standard period and resulted in tar on our car and spread in to our garage. To be fair, RAM did pay to clean the garage. But, we followed up on a regular basis to have our car cleaned and pothole issue fixed. Every time we spoke with the supervisor, he would say "We'll do whatever it takes to make things right," but nothing would ever happen. We finally gave up. Not recommended.
    - Robert S.
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