Clarksville Patio Installation

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Reviews in Clarksville for Installing Patios

ABella Vista Contractors Inc
We had them replace our rear deck about a year ago, did a great job. Posted a review here on that job. They did some external wood trim on the upper patio to tie things together. They pressured washed both decks. The new rear deck is a single level. The front deck has three levels. Were very clean during the pressure washing and ensured that no mess was left behind after. They stained the rear deck and made sure that everything was covered and sealed completely before starting. After they sprayed everything was cleaned very well. They spent a lot of time making sure that the siding on house was clean and free from any stain. After they painted the front after prepping the area completely. Gave the deck two coats of solid color stain. Gave the top deck a third coat because they were not happy with just two coats. Cleaned everything up and left nothing behind. Overall great job again by them and are planning on having them remodel our bathroom shortly.
- Alan F....
CI C CONSTRUCTION
We were renovating the house, and not yet living here full time. Hired someone initially to rebuild our pontoon boat, and then he said he also could build us a deck, which was one of the things we had to do to the house. For some reason that sounded good at the time, no idea why.  The guy that worked on the boat hired I C Construction.  Unfortunately we were not here, but our neighbors were watching this construction happen. The deck is 40' x 35' and built in a day and a half by about 6 guys. The deck is built over a sloping back yard. The outermost end (over the steepest part of the yard) is about 15' high. The bottom is all enclosed, with two large barn-door-like, latching doors - one each on opposite sides below to access the storage area under the deck. The craftmanship is good on the deck itself. The size and shape is exactly what we asked for. Biggest issue: The wood used to build it was not so great----this was apparent a few weeks after the work was completed. Several boards on the long wall (back enclosed area) are buckled and warped, two of the posts were split where the top rails attach to closest to the existing patio. The floor (deck itself) is full of crater sized knotholes that I have to continually fill with wood putty or they splinter into your feet when walking over it. There was a small concrete step added to join to the existing stairs that lead down the backyard. The concrete must have gone over the outside of the stair form and there is a big splotch of concrete on the next step that could have been cleaned up immediately - but now it is set there forever.  When the form was made for the concrete slab under the back stairs, it was never removed - so now it is just permanent. Also, we have a birdbath that was in the yard (now covered by deck) that was too heavy to move. They just built the deck over it. Our neighbors did think that was quite hilarious.  Additionally, the staining of the deck was included in the contract as was a stain of the concrete existing patio.  I C Construction did not finish that part of the job. It is still unknown if the person that hired him didn't include it in their side-deal or not.
- Camille C....

Decks and Porches in Clarksville

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Recent Review: Great product, great installation. This is a unique patio covering design that provides superior coverage, easy to use, and extremely tolerant to high winds and weather.
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Business Description: We have up to 12 months same as cash financing available for qualified buyers.
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Business Description: Complete build design company. Building new homes, remodeling, outdoor kitchens along with patios and decks
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Recent Review: We had them replace our rear deck about a year ago, did a great job. Posted a review here on that job. They did some external wood trim on the upper patio to tie things together. They pressured washed both decks. The new rear deck is a single level. The front deck has three levels. Were very clean during the pressure washing and ensured that no mess was left behind after. They stained the rear deck and made sure that everything was covered and sealed completely before starting. After they sprayed everything was cleaned very well. They spent a lot of time making sure that the siding on house was clean and free from any stain. After they painted the front after prepping the area completely. Gave the deck two coats of solid color stain. Gave the top deck a third coat because they were not happy with just two coats. Cleaned everything up and left nothing behind. Overall great job again by them and are planning on having them remodel our bathroom shortly.
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Recent Review: We were renovating the house, and not yet living here full time. Hired someone initially to rebuild our pontoon boat, and then he said he also could build us a deck, which was one of the things we had to do to the house. For some reason that sounded good at the time, no idea why.  The guy that worked on the boat hired I C Construction.  Unfortunately we were not here, but our neighbors were watching this construction happen. The deck is 40' x 35' and built in a day and a half by about 6 guys. The deck is built over a sloping back yard. The outermost end (over the steepest part of the yard) is about 15' high. The bottom is all enclosed, with two large barn-door-like, latching doors - one each on opposite sides below to access the storage area under the deck. The craftmanship is good on the deck itself. The size and shape is exactly what we asked for. Biggest issue: The wood used to build it was not so great----this was apparent a few weeks after the work was completed. Several boards on the long wall (back enclosed area) are buckled and warped, two of the posts were split where the top rails attach to closest to the existing patio. The floor (deck itself) is full of crater sized knotholes that I have to continually fill with wood putty or they splinter into your feet when walking over it. There was a small concrete step added to join to the existing stairs that lead down the backyard. The concrete must have gone over the outside of the stair form and there is a big splotch of concrete on the next step that could have been cleaned up immediately - but now it is set there forever.  When the form was made for the concrete slab under the back stairs, it was never removed - so now it is just permanent. Also, we have a birdbath that was in the yard (now covered by deck) that was too heavy to move. They just built the deck over it. Our neighbors did think that was quite hilarious.  Additionally, the staining of the deck was included in the contract as was a stain of the concrete existing patio.  I C Construction did not finish that part of the job. It is still unknown if the person that hired him didn't include it in their side-deal or not.