Recent Review: Our first contact with Pusch Ridge was with Frank LaPerre at the Tucson Home Show. Frank was very knowledgable and spent a large amount of time with us in defining just what we wanted to do as well as providing great advice on selecting the granite for the kitchen. Frank is a great people-person. Because Pusch Ridge is a General Contractor, they were able to do the electrical, plumbing, tiling and drywall repair, etc. My understanding was the plumber and the electrician were Pusch ridge employees. Their work was good. They did sub out the floor tiling to a company they trusted and I was very pleased with the skill and speed in the installation of the tile. The drywall repair was subbed as well and the individuals who did the repairs were excellant. The Project Manager, Tony, always stayed in touch with us and kept us appraised as to the comings and goings of his various crews. At least up until we questioned the finished edge of the granite. The granite we had selected had a resin finish from the quarry. After the edges were cut and shaped to the desired finish, the true color of the granite was exposed. This was an obvious lighter color than the granite top. Initially I was told to not worry, the edge would darken on it's own. After researching and questioning this, Frank stepped in and assurred us he would fix this to our satisfaction. Unfortunately, it took several months for them to finally stain/dye the edges. The color is not a match but it is better than it was. Overall, I was happy with most the work they did. I cannot recommend the granite installer because of the problems we had with our slab. Maybe it was just our poor luck to pick a granite with a finish on it but I feel, with the declared level of experience the granite installer had, this problem should have been resolved before the granite was ever delivered to the house. I think they were hoping to install the granite as is and not have the customer question the edges. I made the mistake of making final payment on the project immediately. So I think there was little incentive to put this problem high on their list. But I do have to give kudos to Frank for pushing to get this problen resolved. Overall, a mixed review. They did a lot of good stuff but I can't help my opinion being tainted by the granite issue.