Dallas Concrete Sidewalk Installation

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Karl Koch Concrete Consultants
Recent Review: Approx. 8 feet of concrete sidewalk was torn out in order to do sewer line replacement.  Called Mr. Koch in early June requesting a bid on replacing sidewalk in early July.  Had a previous bid to do same work for $850.  Mr. Koch came by my house the same day to look at work to be done, and gave me a bid of $600, which included breaking up and hauling away the old concrete.  On Friday, July 5, the old concrete was broken up, and on Monday July 8 the remainder of the work was done.  When I got home on Monday evening, all of the excess concrete was hauled off, the area was cleaned up, the sidewalk was poured and set.  This was a small job, so I cannot attest to any large-scale work.  For my purposes, this was very painless and easy, and I would certainly use Mr. Koch again.
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S.W. Contracting
Business Description: I am a concrete contractor and have been in business since 1995. We specialize in all types of concrete, especially smaller jobs that larger companies are too large to do. We cater to the individual and offer excellent personal service. We offer free estimates and will beat any reasonable offer.
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LAKESIDE REMODELING LLC
Recent Review: Doug Hays of Lakeside Remodeling is a wonder. He is a general contractor who came to my home to finish up what the last contractor stuck me with. He put me on hold for a little while, because he won't start a new job until he can finish the one he's working on now. THAT is a rarity for a contractor, I can tell you. My first belabored contractor would leave me for days and weeks on end with a torn up room, floors, walls, etc. with no contact, until they deigned to show up to work in bursts of two or three days. I knew they had other jobs. Doug got my handy work done in no time and charged a fair price! When I talked about getting a sidewalk put in, I mentioned that I got a very high quote from Home Depot, and it wasn't exactly what I wanted. Doug showed me pictures from his website for stonework he had completed with natural Texas/Oklahoma flagstone, and I loved it (see photos). Every time I am outside in my front yard, people stop in their cars to ask me who did the work. Of course, my taxes went up this year, too! So I know it has increase my home's value! I HIGHLY recommend Doug for his stonework, and any other general contracting/remodeling work you need for your home or business!
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MICKEY CONSTRUCTION
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Recent Review: This is probably the best improvement, I've done to enhance the appearance of my home. Stephen really knows his business and was able to lead me, to make a good investment. The previous owner had enclosed the former porch, so the remaining steps just ended abruptly at the front door, no "landing" for even a small welcome mat. It was awkward. Stephen was able to add a "landing" and also widened the steps and the concrete sidewalk, so that it all looked seamless. It's a huge improvement.
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Sanchez Concrete
Recent Review: Jose removed 5 inches of dirt and one section of concrete sidewalk to make way for driveway extension with curb running one side.. Area approximately 4.5 yards with 3/8 inch rebar at 24 inch centers. Dug and Laid 60 feet of 4 inch drain pipe underneath the pour. Work is excellent. Fit and finish of driveway and curb are exemplary.
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Arbors and Patios
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Recent Review: We originally planned on putting in a flagstone sidewalk. We had used Arbor and Patios to put in a patio a few years ago. When Luis, the owner arrived to make an estimate, he proposed that we put in the textured concrete sidewalk. He recommended the change because it would better match our exterior than the flagstone and it provided better value at less cost. We did obtain two other quotes for flagstone and they were much more expensive. Luis' team started the project less than a week after we signed the contract, just as Luis said they would. They completed the project within a week; even though the concrete was delayed a few days due to bad weather. His team did a great job cleaning up after themselves when they were through. Overall, we are very pleased with the final solution. The sidewalk looks great and blends in much better with the front of our house than flagstone would have. Luis was very professional throughout the whole project. If I had a question or a concern, I was able to reach him directly by cell phone. He always addressed my questions and concerns in less than 24 hours. This was the second time I have used Arbors and Patios and I would recommend them to anyone.
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Texas Best Fence
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Recent Review: I compared 6 top rated companies on Angie's List by requesting full bids from each. Texas Best Fence and my rep (Adam) were by far the best and most balanced. Excellent workmanship, extremely knowledgeable, and professional. A must for you landscaping needs.
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M & T Concrete
Business Description: M & T Concrete is a private company specializing in Concrete Construction: Driveways, Patios, , Retaining Walls, Walkways, Sidewalks, Etc.. M & T was established in 2007.
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BOSS Resurfacing
Recent Review: This stamped concrete sidewalk is one of my favorite improvements to my home, and there have been many home improvement projects here over the past several months. The sidewalk looks fantastic and I think it's going to look good for a long time to come. With one exception at the very end of the project, my interactions with the people of Boss Resurfacing couldn't have been better. The employees who poured the concrete, chose the colors, and applied the stamps and coloring were exceptional (Mariano, Eric, and Alberto). They were professional, punctual, knowledgable, kind, and really knew their business. Boss Resurfacing is a family-owned business. Most of my dealings were with Kenneth (of the family that owns the business). He took my initial phone call, came out to my home to give me a price, met me at the showroom a few times so I could ask questions and learn more about their products, and continued to answer all calls promptly. He was super easy to talk to, very knowledgable, and provided excellent advice. I enjoyed his sense of humor. Several projects were being completed around the same time, including landscaping, a fence, and a sprinkler, so there were a few complications with timing between projects. Twice, Kenneth graciously agreed to work his schedule around my landscaper's schedule. I felt very comfortable with Kenneth in charge of my project. I was wishing that all the contractors I had at my home over those few months were as good and reliable as Kenneth. He made such a great impression on me at first. Ironically, the one complaint I have about this project occurred with Kenneth, after the sidewalk was complete. I was concerned that my new concrete sidewalk was within a paper-thickness of the facia board on my new deck. The concrete comes very close to touching the bottom of the facia board. I was worried that the facia board might get some moisture damage, seeing as the concrete was just a paper-thickness away from the wood, or that, over time, the concrete and facia board would actually touch if the concrete moved with changes in the soil. I didn't KNOW that would happen. I was CONCERNED that it MIGHT happen, and I was hoping for some reassurances that it wouldn't. The sidewalk on the other side of the new deck has about a 1/3 inch space between the concrete and the facia board, leaving plenty of room for the wood to 'breathe' and for the concrete to shift over time. I felt that sort of spacing would be more ideal on both sides of the deck -- but I wasn't sure. I also wasn't sure if anything could be done about it at that point. I always referred to this as 'a concern.' I also explained that I didn't KNOW if it was a problem, but that I was 'concerned' about it. The only disappointment of this otherwise exceptional experience came when I showed this concern to Kenneth. Rather than merely explaining that I probably had no cause for concern, in a professional, kind, and understanding way, Kenneth chose to ridicule me and dismiss me from the start. This side of Kenneth, which I hadn't seen in any of my previous dealings, surprised and disappointed me. He became sarcastic and caustic, saying things like, "You want me to just chop that part of the sidewalk off there? Go ahead (to his employee), get the saw and just chop that part of the sidewalk off! It'll look like crap, but if that's what you want, we'll do it!" I tried to explain that I was just worried about wood and moisture meeting with the concrete butting up so close to the wood, but Kenneth scolded, "You think that's a problem? The mulch you have over here is more of a problem than that! You've got wood and moisture meeting right over here! (as he kicked the mulch back)" I told him that the mulch had just been put down that previous day and that I was going to take care of that, but that my concern with HIM was the concrete and wood meeting, not the mulch and wood. I showed Kenneth that the sidewalk on the other side of the deck had more 'breathing room' between it and the wood and that I would have preferred that on both sides of the deck, but Kenneth continued to condescend and sort of sarcastically chastise me. I felt as though I was just expressing a concern and looking for reassurances that the wood and the concrete would not meet over time and/or that the new deck facia board would not be prematurely damaged by the closeness of the concrete even if they did meet, but Kenneth seemed to be taking my questions as harsh negative feedback, or as completely absurd, and reacting accordingly. The next day, not wanting this uncomfortable last-minute interaction to detract from an otherwise exceptional experience, I contacted Kenneth to see if we could find some middle ground. I felt strongly that Kenneth was inappropriately rude, and I didn't understand why. I can't say that we found any middle ground. Kenneth's perspective was that I should not have argued with him when he first expressed (in a sarcastic, dismissive way) that my concern was not a concern. Perceiving that he wasn't taking me seriously and thinking that he didn't 'get it,' I kept politely attempting to express my concern. He viewed that as argumentative and therefore worthy of an unprofessional, dismissive, impolite response. I maintain that even if he finds his customers annoying or their concerns unworthy of concern, he should treat them with respect and remain polite. He singlehandedly soured what was otherwise an excellent experience from start to finish. The finished product is beautiful. It gets a lot of compliments. I just wish the whole experience had ended as well as it began.
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Unique Paving Designs
Recent Review: The work was completed timely and efficiently. We never had to clean up after Rod and his workers at the end of the day. They did it all themselves! I never knew that pavestone was such a wonderful, versatile product. We used tumbled off white rock. There wetre so many colors and textures to choose from. We loved it so much, that my son and his wife had Unique Paving Design install a patio in their backyard.Two additional family members of my daughter-in-law also used Rod's services. One family had Rod install a patio for their hot tub, and the other family had a retaining wall/flower bed installed. Thank you, Mr. Mullholand, for adding such beauty to th and quot;floor beyond my doorand quot;.

Reviews in Dallas to Install Concrete Sidewalk

AKarl Koch Concrete Consultants
Approx. 8 feet of concrete sidewalk was torn out in order to do sewer line replacement.  Called Mr. Koch in early June requesting a bid on replacing sidewalk in early July.  Had a previous bid to do same work for $850.  Mr. Koch came by my house the same day to look at work to be done, and gave me a bid of $600, which included breaking up and hauling away the old concrete.  On Friday, July 5, the old concrete was broken up, and on Monday July 8 the remainder of the work was done.  When I got home on Monday evening, all of the excess concrete was hauled off, the area was cleaned up, the sidewalk was poured and set.  This was a small job, so I cannot attest to any large-scale work.  For my purposes, this was very painless and easy, and I would certainly use Mr. Koch again.
- Evelyn L....
ALAKESIDE REMODELING LLC
Doug Hays of Lakeside Remodeling is a wonder. He is a general contractor who came to my home to finish up what the last contractor stuck me with. He put me on hold for a little while, because he won't start a new job until he can finish the one he's working on now. THAT is a rarity for a contractor, I can tell you. My first belabored contractor would leave me for days and weeks on end with a torn up room, floors, walls, etc. with no contact, until they deigned to show up to work in bursts of two or three days. I knew they had other jobs. Doug got my handy work done in no time and charged a fair price! When I talked about getting a sidewalk put in, I mentioned that I got a very high quote from Home Depot, and it wasn't exactly what I wanted. Doug showed me pictures from his website for stonework he had completed with natural Texas/Oklahoma flagstone, and I loved it (see photos). Every time I am outside in my front yard, people stop in their cars to ask me who did the work. Of course, my taxes went up this year, too! So I know it has increase my home's value! I HIGHLY recommend Doug for his stonework, and any other general contracting/remodeling work you need for your home or business!
- Rene R....
AKarl Koch Concrete Consultants
Karl came out  to give the estimate and we set up the time to complete the job. Karl and his crew arrived promptly and went right to work. I was impressed that Karl was there to oversee the job , not like some contractors who do not ever make sure that the job is done correctly. They did a great job for a fair price and completed the job in one day. I would not hesitate to use Karl's services again or to recommend him.
- Jack J....
AMICKEY CONSTRUCTION
This is probably the best improvement, I've done to enhance the appearance of my home. Stephen really knows his business and was able to lead me, to make a good investment. The previous owner had enclosed the former porch, so the remaining steps just ended abruptly at the front door, no "landing" for even a small welcome mat. It was awkward. Stephen was able to add a "landing" and also widened the steps and the concrete sidewalk, so that it all looked seamless. It's a huge improvement.
- Kathryn A....
ASanchez Concrete
Jose removed 5 inches of dirt and one section of concrete sidewalk to make way for driveway extension with curb running one side.. Area approximately 4.5 yards with 3/8 inch rebar at 24 inch centers. Dug and Laid 60 feet of 4 inch drain pipe underneath the pour. Work is excellent. Fit and finish of driveway and curb are exemplary.
- Nancy S....
AArbors and Patios
We originally planned on putting in a flagstone sidewalk. We had used Arbor and Patios to put in a patio a few years ago. When Luis, the owner arrived to make an estimate, he proposed that we put in the textured concrete sidewalk. He recommended the change because it would better match our exterior than the flagstone and it provided better value at less cost. We did obtain two other quotes for flagstone and they were much more expensive. Luis' team started the project less than a week after we signed the contract, just as Luis said they would. They completed the project within a week; even though the concrete was delayed a few days due to bad weather. His team did a great job cleaning up after themselves when they were through. Overall, we are very pleased with the final solution. The sidewalk looks great and blends in much better with the front of our house than flagstone would have. Luis was very professional throughout the whole project. If I had a question or a concern, I was able to reach him directly by cell phone. He always addressed my questions and concerns in less than 24 hours. This was the second time I have used Arbors and Patios and I would recommend them to anyone.
- Noel W....
ATexas Best Fence
I compared 6 top rated companies on Angie's List by requesting full bids from each. Texas Best Fence and my rep (Adam) were by far the best and most balanced. Excellent workmanship, extremely knowledgeable, and professional. A must for you landscaping needs.
- Zach P....
FM & T Concrete
Miguel "Manger" never came to work site He only discussed job with me through text messages They were to take out old aggregate walkway to house and pour another. The workers did not order the correct concrete mix. It was discussed in text messages that we were to have an aggregate walkway. The walkway is now a normal smooth concrete sidewalk. Miguel tried to blame the concrete company. The proper aggregate concrete mix was not ordered properly by his crew.
- William J....
AMICKEY CONSTRUCTION
They were very punctual and I did not have to worry about that. I spent about $1200 on that service. They replaced my grass that they tore up. There was one water sprinkler that was messed up that I noticed that evening when I went to turn it on. They came out immediately and repaired it. They did a very good job. I am going to use them again.
- Janet N....
ABOSS Resurfacing
This stamped concrete sidewalk is one of my favorite improvements to my home, and there have been many home improvement projects here over the past several months. The sidewalk looks fantastic and I think it's going to look good for a long time to come. With one exception at the very end of the project, my interactions with the people of Boss Resurfacing couldn't have been better. The employees who poured the concrete, chose the colors, and applied the stamps and coloring were exceptional (Mariano, Eric, and Alberto). They were professional, punctual, knowledgable, kind, and really knew their business. Boss Resurfacing is a family-owned business. Most of my dealings were with Kenneth (of the family that owns the business). He took my initial phone call, came out to my home to give me a price, met me at the showroom a few times so I could ask questions and learn more about their products, and continued to answer all calls promptly. He was super easy to talk to, very knowledgable, and provided excellent advice. I enjoyed his sense of humor. Several projects were being completed around the same time, including landscaping, a fence, and a sprinkler, so there were a few complications with timing between projects. Twice, Kenneth graciously agreed to work his schedule around my landscaper's schedule. I felt very comfortable with Kenneth in charge of my project. I was wishing that all the contractors I had at my home over those few months were as good and reliable as Kenneth. He made such a great impression on me at first. Ironically, the one complaint I have about this project occurred with Kenneth, after the sidewalk was complete. I was concerned that my new concrete sidewalk was within a paper-thickness of the facia board on my new deck. The concrete comes very close to touching the bottom of the facia board. I was worried that the facia board might get some moisture damage, seeing as the concrete was just a paper-thickness away from the wood, or that, over time, the concrete and facia board would actually touch if the concrete moved with changes in the soil. I didn't KNOW that would happen. I was CONCERNED that it MIGHT happen, and I was hoping for some reassurances that it wouldn't. The sidewalk on the other side of the new deck has about a 1/3 inch space between the concrete and the facia board, leaving plenty of room for the wood to 'breathe' and for the concrete to shift over time. I felt that sort of spacing would be more ideal on both sides of the deck -- but I wasn't sure. I also wasn't sure if anything could be done about it at that point. I always referred to this as 'a concern.' I also explained that I didn't KNOW if it was a problem, but that I was 'concerned' about it. The only disappointment of this otherwise exceptional experience came when I showed this concern to Kenneth. Rather than merely explaining that I probably had no cause for concern, in a professional, kind, and understanding way, Kenneth chose to ridicule me and dismiss me from the start. This side of Kenneth, which I hadn't seen in any of my previous dealings, surprised and disappointed me. He became sarcastic and caustic, saying things like, "You want me to just chop that part of the sidewalk off there? Go ahead (to his employee), get the saw and just chop that part of the sidewalk off! It'll look like crap, but if that's what you want, we'll do it!" I tried to explain that I was just worried about wood and moisture meeting with the concrete butting up so close to the wood, but Kenneth scolded, "You think that's a problem? The mulch you have over here is more of a problem than that! You've got wood and moisture meeting right over here! (as he kicked the mulch back)" I told him that the mulch had just been put down that previous day and that I was going to take care of that, but that my concern with HIM was the concrete and wood meeting, not the mulch and wood. I showed Kenneth that the sidewalk on the other side of the deck had more 'breathing room' between it and the wood and that I would have preferred that on both sides of the deck, but Kenneth continued to condescend and sort of sarcastically chastise me. I felt as though I was just expressing a concern and looking for reassurances that the wood and the concrete would not meet over time and/or that the new deck facia board would not be prematurely damaged by the closeness of the concrete even if they did meet, but Kenneth seemed to be taking my questions as harsh negative feedback, or as completely absurd, and reacting accordingly. The next day, not wanting this uncomfortable last-minute interaction to detract from an otherwise exceptional experience, I contacted Kenneth to see if we could find some middle ground. I felt strongly that Kenneth was inappropriately rude, and I didn't understand why. I can't say that we found any middle ground. Kenneth's perspective was that I should not have argued with him when he first expressed (in a sarcastic, dismissive way) that my concern was not a concern. Perceiving that he wasn't taking me seriously and thinking that he didn't 'get it,' I kept politely attempting to express my concern. He viewed that as argumentative and therefore worthy of an unprofessional, dismissive, impolite response. I maintain that even if he finds his customers annoying or their concerns unworthy of concern, he should treat them with respect and remain polite. He singlehandedly soured what was otherwise an excellent experience from start to finish. The finished product is beautiful. It gets a lot of compliments. I just wish the whole experience had ended as well as it began.
- Maureen K....