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Business Description: SmartCrawl is a company that specializes in crawl space encapsulation and repair, foundation repair and basement waterproofing
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Business Description: Free estimates, invoices can be e-mailed or faxed. Certificate of insurance available upon request.
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Business Description: Crawlspace Doctor was established in Bloomington, Indiana in 2002. Crawlspace Doctor was one of the first companies in the country to exclusively implement the practice of conditioned/ un-vented crawlspaces. We were perfecting our methods when almost everyone else still believed in vented crawlspaces. Over time conditioned crawlspaces became the preferred method for constructing crawlspaces under homes. The process of conditioning a crawlspace is so successful it created an entire new industry. As a leader in the industry we pride ourselves in providing a large variety of products to fit our clients individual needs. We will NEVER be a company that supplies only one solution with one product for every need. We constantly work with manufactures and suppliers to provide the best and most cost effective products available.
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Business Description: Purcell Roofing and Construction is dedicated to providing quality service at a affordable price. We are a local roofing company servicing Bloomington and surrounding areas. We offer professional work on roofing, siding, gutters, and chimney restoration using quality materials that fits your needs and budget. We work with our customers on all projects from insurance claims to personal upgrades to meet your expectations. Allow us to show you the dedication and commitment we provide for your next project.
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Business Description: We are committed to quality, timely and responsive service for all our projects regardless of size. We have enjoyed the confidence of our many clients and have provided engineering services to them on a continual basis. These projects have ranged from investigations and studies to renovations and new structures with project costs ranging from thousands of dollars to over one hundred million dollars. Our engineers and technicians have been formally trained and are supported by state of the art Auto-CAD drafting and computer analysis programs. We also take pride in integrating proven construction materials and methods into our designs. In our projects, we have performed a variety of roles from structural consultants to design team leaders. We are familiar with design and details of many types of construction materials due to the diversity of our clients, our investigations, and the types of projects which we have been involved with. We also understand that our role is to thoroughly understand the project purpose, scope and the needs of the design team. With this multi-faceted experience we have the ability to approach each project with confidence and practicality resulting in a well coordinated, sound and economical design. Structural Design- Structural Steel, Trusses & Joists; Light Gage Metal Framing; Reinforced, Post-tensioned & precast concrete; masonry, brick & stone; Heavy Timber & Engineered Wood; Foundations & Earth Retention; Building Design; Pre-Engineered Metal Building Systems; Renovations, Repair, & Retrofit of existing structures; Construction Coordination. Civil Engineering & Site Development- Site master planning; Landscape Architecture; Conceptual design; Site/due diligence investigations; Parking lot design; Roadway design; Storm water system analysis & design; Sanitary sewer design; Water Distribution system design; Hydrology analysis & design; Regulatory Permit Acquisition including Drainage, Sanitary Sewers, Improvement Location Permits, Erosion Control, Notice of Intent, Flood Zone Alteration and Local Permits; Construction Coordination Engineering Investigations- Structural Investigation; Condition Assessment Investigations; Pre-Purchase Due Diligence Investigations; Load Capacity Investigations; Seismic Evaluation & Retrofit; Building Renovation & Repairs; Constructability Problems in New Buildings; Roof & Exterior Facade Investigations; Paint & Coating Systems; Crane System Investigations; Construction Coordination Industrial Facility Design Services- Site Analysis; Facility Programming; Project Management; Project Budgeting; Design of Site Infrastructure Improvements; Industrial Building Design; Coordination of Mechanical and Electrical Design; Equipment General Arrangement Drawings; Design of Equipment Foundations; Design of Equipment Support Structures; Design of Equipment Maintenance Platforms; Permitting; Construction Coordination Computer Aided Drafting Services - CADD; Computer Modeling; As Built Drawings
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Recent Review: We had a large corner of our house where the concrete slab had heaved enough that it cracked. They came and gave very honest opinions about what they were seeing and suspecting and gave a reasonable quote. They even suggested some things we should be looking for that could have been causing our problems and further preventative maintenance we could do. They ended up securing the broken slab with piers and raising the level of the broken section, and we are happy with the result. They were able to get the job done in a day, including all excavating/backfill. Hard and courteous workers. They were willing to explain the process as they were doing it so we had a thorough understanding of what happened - much appreciated!
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Recent Review: Olshan did major repair work on the foundation in December 2008. In June 2009, the foundation started to shift. They returned within a month to do the repair work, and the foundation is firm again, but I never received an explanation about what caused it - poor workmanship? Soil? The communcation was poor. So the grade I give them for quality is really for the December work - if it doesn't shift in a year, I will ask Angie's List to change the grade to an A. This company has been good to work with, but I can't help feeling uneasy that a) perhaps the foundation was in such poor shape it shouldn't have been repaired, and b) they may not have installed as many piers as they needed, or deep enough. I can only speculate, as I have not heard a word from them since the repair almost 2 weeks ago. I don't feel assured that this will not happen again, and little clue as to why it shifted in the first place. Also, the warranty covers the foundation but not the resulting damage to the house - we now have outside cracks to repair and inside walls and tile to repair.
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Recent Review: EXCELLENT WORK, EXCELLENT SERVICE. JUST WHAT WE'VE COME TO EXPECT FROM ALL PHASE.
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Recent Review: I own a house built in 1870. I had foundation problems concerning water channeling in from outside. Over the years it had become a chronic situation. I found ARW on Angie’s List. The company had very good reviews.I want to add this review for the excellent job they did for me. ARW fixed my basement within the time schedule they gave me. The cost was extremely reasonable. The work ethic was fantastic. In the time between the completion of the project and this review we have had two heavy storms come through and the basement remained completely dry.I highly recommend this company and will gladly use them in the future if the need arises. I arranged an inspection. Martin Mainzer met me at the house at the time I arranged.After inspecting the situation with me, he took measurements and photos and sent them to the owner, Mike Bird. Mike insisted on arranging a time the next day to come and see the basement himself. He felt my situation was not the norm. We discussed the options.Regular pier support would not work well because the foundation is made of limestone boulders and rocks. The upward pressure of the piers could cause problems with the limestone. Traditional underpinning was called for. Mike explained the process and I found out not many companies do not like to or won’t take on this kind of job. Mike gave me an estimate and a time schedule. The crew that came out to do the job was run by Jay Sawers. Mike came by with Jay on the first day and introduced the crew. We all went over the project and what to expect. Jay and Brandon began the task. I was impressed with several things about the crew. They kept me notified of ant change or delay in the process. An attribute that is hard to find with contractors these days. The project: The foundation would be supported using traditional pier support. That consisted of regularly spaced holes dug down without machinery at a 45 degree angle. Rebar was inserted into the concrete that filled the holes and then a retaining wall was built with the rods embedded in the walls. One continuous wall went down the front west side and the front wall in the trouble corner. In addition they dug down outside the wall and put in a French drain. A French drain was also put down the opposite side of the house were running water was starting to cause similar problems. The downspouts on both sides of the house were run under ground past the foundation and into drain boxes set on the edge of the lawn about 20ft from the house. The amount of concrete needed for the project exceeded the original estimate but I was not charged extra. The original plan called for the dirt being excavated from the basement to be used to grade the flower beds on the side of the house. My wife asked them not to because the lack of soil nutrients would damage her gardens. The put the dirt in an area my wife wanted it and agreed to use topsoil in the gardens. This is an item not covered in the original estimate and I was fine with paying the extra cost. I was not charged. They used a small cement mixer outside the basement and used buckets to bring down the concrete. Consequently, there was cement on the ground around that area. They cleared all of the concrete and put top soil down there as well. Thanks to everybody at ARW Martin, Mike, and Jay. and Brandon.
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Reviews in Indianapolis for Post Tension Cable Repair

AA-1 Concrete Leveling & Foundation Repair
We had a large corner of our house where the concrete slab had heaved enough that it cracked. They came and gave very honest opinions about what they were seeing and suspecting and gave a reasonable quote. They even suggested some things we should be looking for that could have been causing our problems and further preventative maintenance we could do. They ended up securing the broken slab with piers and raising the level of the broken section, and we are happy with the result. They were able to get the job done in a day, including all excavating/backfill. Hard and courteous workers. They were willing to explain the process as they were doing it so we had a thorough understanding of what happened - much appreciated!
- Cristina J....
BOlshan Foundation Repair
Olshan did major repair work on the foundation in December 2008. In June 2009, the foundation started to shift. They returned within a month to do the repair work, and the foundation is firm again, but I never received an explanation about what caused it - poor workmanship? Soil? The communcation was poor. So the grade I give them for quality is really for the December work - if it doesn't shift in a year, I will ask Angie's List to change the grade to an A. This company has been good to work with, but I can't help feeling uneasy that a) perhaps the foundation was in such poor shape it shouldn't have been repaired, and b) they may not have installed as many piers as they needed, or deep enough. I can only speculate, as I have not heard a word from them since the repair almost 2 weeks ago. I don't feel assured that this will not happen again, and little clue as to why it shifted in the first place. Also, the warranty covers the foundation but not the resulting damage to the house - we now have outside cracks to repair and inside walls and tile to repair.
- Nikie C....
FTHE MACE GROUP
He was 45 minutes late when said he would show up the first time. He stated he had come by, but he didn't call, we did not know he was here. He never gave us a detailed, written estimate, he seems to be chronically tardy. He has not completed the work I hired him to do. He does not keep us informed regarding the work or when he will be here. He stated he would give us photographs of the crawl space, he has not. I called him today because he did not show up and he stated he should have called, he was in the hospital with his sick baby. He should have told us about his scheduled birth. He has left the crawl space exposed and now we are worried about moisture rotting the wood and getting into the crawl space. He is not a conscientious person. He is not a good communicator and is not dependable. He stated he would dry out the crawl space with fans, but he has not. He is supposed to dig some window wells and when he was digging these out he found some cables and never told us about them, he just left them in the yard.
- Bob &....
AA-1 Concrete Leveling & Foundation Repair
A crack appeared in the brick fascia on my garage, after last year's drought. I cleared the grout and tuck-pointed the affected area and waited.  When the crack appeared larger this August, I knew a foundation repair was in order. I've had experience with repairing foundations on three three houses I purchased for renovation. I obtained four quotes.  Indiana Foundation Service wanted over $6,000.00 to level the floor and repair the foundation. I believed the recommendation included too many push piers.  I did not believe the pier system they quoted would last the life of the house. Accu-level and Ram Jack both wanted a little over $2,000 to install two piers.  Their recommendations were in line with what I thought the repair would require, but I still needed to get the floor leveled.  They both quoted helical piers, which are quality piers.   I've used Accu-level three times (including my own house when a footer in the crawl space failed)  I've been quite satisfied with their work. I contacted A-1 Concrete Leveling and Foundation Repair because I used them several years ago to level my concrete patio.  Ron Bowen recommended installing two piers with 27" footers and pump limestone sludge under my garage floor pad (to level it) for $2,250.  I anticipated spending $2,500- $2,750 on the project, ($500 on the floor leveling) as a repeat customer, Ron discounted the job, which brought him below Accu-level and Ram Jack,  He had a lower price, a pier system with a national life-time guarantee and using him meant that I only needed to deal with one contractor, so Ron got the job. Even though it was part of their price, I prepared the site, as much as I could, before they arrived.  I removed bushes, myrtle and top soil, I wanted to preserve. Ron and his crew arrived on time,  I watched the entire process.  When I asked questions, Ron answered each of them.  His crew did a great job on the clean up afterward.  I believe I got my money's worth.  By the end of the afternoon, we had our bushes, myrtle and top soil installed.  I completed the little bit of tuck pointing that was needed to make the the repair final.  By 5:00 pm we were showered and enjoying a cocktail on a porch swing.  A few neighbors stopped by, while enjoying their evening walk.  They couldn't tell that we had a construction crew in for repairs..
- F N....
ADevries Enterprises, Inc
In spite of the fact that I have been a Realtor for 38 years and have had much experience involving all types of builders, contractors and home repair handymen, I made a bad mistake when I was selling my own home at 7406 Scarborough Blvd. Indianapolis,  recently and initially hired a contractor who had been working on another home across the street in my neighborhood and seemingly had been doing acceptable quality work. He talked a great game and assured me that he and his crew could and would handle the many repairs I needed before the closing. But then he started a few of them, didn't show up again for several days, needed part of the money for materials, but then didn't spend it on materials, and the necessary work was not getting done. Suddenly I realized that the way it was looking, we would have to postpone our closing and one on the home we were buying because the repair program was completely bogged down and the contractor I had counted on wasn't even returning my calls. While checking on new windows at Menards, I was fortunate to ask for names of several installers they knew about - one of which was John DeVries of DeVries Enterprises, and I noted that as the salesman handed me his contact information he commented  "Oh, and here's John" in a way implying he might be someone a little special. I also noted that DeVries Enterprises was a member of Angie's List and the Better Business Bureau, and that he seemed to be able to do about all types of repairs that I was needing. Picking up the phone and calling John may have been the best decision I ever made.Suddenly I was going from one of the worst contractors I had ever met to the best one I could have found.  John came out - all 6'7" of him (he was a very good offensive lineman on some of Bill Mallory"s IU football teams back in the 90's) - and both my wife and I were immediately impressed by John's quiet low-key professional demeanor. He quickly grasped our increasingly desperate need to get a lot of repair work done fast, told us the things he believed he could get done, suggested another company or two for other projects in order for us to save time and money, and he went to work. I fired the original contractor. John took over the show, brought in friends and contractor associates, and re-arranged his own schedule as much as possible to give us all the time he could. I never saw a man who worked so hard and also so efficiently.  In his hand, a simple hammer took on the magic of an artist's paint brush. We had our closings on time, and my wife is still calling our new friend "Saint John."
- Fred &....