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Reviews in Pine Bluff for Installing Patios

AGarbacz Construction
First, I got an estimate for replacing a deck and adding a concrete patio. He gave me separate detailed estimates for each that were clear & easy to understand. Work started when scheduled and Matt was easy to work with on any changes that came up. Matt used proper materials & fasteners. The deck and patio turned out very nice.
- Jolene T....
ALet David Do It
David came to my house to give me an estimate for a new patio. We discussed the cost, the time and the other specifics. He was going to wait to until the weather got warmer to start the job. But David called me on the Saturday after he gave me an estimate and told me that they could start on Monday. David's crew demolished my old patio and hauled it all away within a day. They worked long hours and built the deck in less than a week!  David came by several times during the week to check on the work that his crew was doing. He was always a phone call away if I had any questions.They did an excellent job!!! I would definitely hire David again!
- Elika B....
AGet-ER-Done Handyman Services
Eddy built us an incredible covered patio! He drew up plans, made the project "up to code" with the city of Sherwood, showed up on time, worked diligently, and finished a large scale covered patio (with roofing and shingles) in 3 days. We are very pleased with his expertise, communication and pricing. After every day of his work, he would clean up the wood scraps and my backyard never really looked like a construction site. If we ever need anything done in the future, I'm calling Eddy. He has my 100% recommendation for any work you may need done at your property. Well done Eddy!
- West F....
FArkansas Decks and More
DO NOT EVER HIRE ERIC MATTHEWS with ARKANSAS DECKS and MORE. He has LIED to us. HE STOLE OUR MONEY and DID NOT DO ANY WORK AT OUR HOUSE!!!!! Here are the details: My husband and I decided to use Eric Matthews with Arkansas Decks & More to complete a backyard project. This project included removing a deck, pouring a concrete patio, building a pavilion, drain work and flattening a portion of our backyard. At first, Mr. Matthews was very quick to respond to us and was able to come to our house to discuss the project. He gave us a detailed estimate in a matter of days. Mr. Matthews picked up a check for our deposit on July 1. He told us he would start work on our project the beginning of August. The end of July rolled around and from that point on, any communication was started by me. Over the next 6 weeks I would text and ask when he would begin work. Mr. Matthews continued to say “next week”, “soon”, “I’m getting closer”, he told me TWICE he would be here “next week”. After weeks and weeks of not hearing from him (and 7 weeks after our project was supposed to start) we decided on September 17 to cancel with him. We sent an email to Mr. Matthews telling him we are cancelling our project with him and need our deposit in FULL returned to us. No response. Then I called him. I was sent to voice mail after 2 rings, so No answer. He got back to me via text on the evening of the 18th saying he had his concrete guy lined up for next week and apologized for taking so long. I responded telling him I understood but that we had decided to go a different direction and AGAIN, we are cancelling your job and expect our deposit back. I kept texting each day. He finally responded on Sept. 21, saying he was out of town and would get back to me next week (even though the week before he told me he was starting our project, but now he’s out of town??hmmm, doesn’t add up!) Since September 21 We have asked for our money back EVERY DAY. Mr. Matthews has not responded and has not returned our money!!! DO NOT EVER HIRE ERIC MATTHEWS with ARKANSAS DECKS AND MORE. He has LIED to us and he has STOLEN our money.
- Eimear F....
ADon Sebourn, Contractor
Don is always punctual, starting to work bright and early. He willingly listened to all of my ideas and helped come up with a deck design that fit my financial and aesthetic needs. His deck surface design is unique and beautiful, and the job was done very quickly and easily. I have used Don in the past for a variety of services, including building my house, painting it, and repairing it after a storm event.
- L. D....
AFreewalt Builders Inc
Freewalt Builders did our extensive remodeling project and did a generally excellent job.  The demolition involved taking down and hauling off a suspended concrete patio, fireplace and gutting the den, laundry area, kitchen and a bathroom all down to the studs.  They pulled all that off, especially breaking up and hauling off that massive suspended concrete patio creatively and inexpensively.  Many structural repairs were needed due to leakage around the old fireplace, etc.  Nothing fazed them.   We had drawn floor plans, deck plans and electrical/gas/water plans for the rebuild.  There were some challenges, like the spot where we were going to need a very long laminated beam to support the upstairs as we were pulling out a 16? run of the outside wall.  They handled it all easily.  Art and co. made some good suggestions for tweaks in a few cases, including getting the maximum square footage gain out of the effort.  He brought in good craftsmen for the custom cabinetry (excellent job by John Robertson) and counters (another excellent job by John Baker ? Top That LLC).  Good tile and finishing work, and good painting.  Appliance installations went well.  We put on a multi-level deck around the new expanded areas and decided to go with cedar on all of the visible surfaces and pressure-treated pine for the support posts and underpinnings.  Art found a good cedar supplier which helped with the cost quite a bit.  He might have gone a little over the top dressing up the deck woodwork, but I have to say it?s pretty.  All of the things they built, from the footing for the new sunroom on up to the roof, and everything in between, are built to last.  You could park an Abrams tank on that deck! Things to watch out for: We are in Little Rock.  Art and his crew and other subcontractors are all from Hot Springs Village and Hot Springs.  Since we ended up doing this over the winter (mid-Nov ?13 to mid-May ?14) there were many weather-related delays as they simply could not get here from there.  So plan your project accordingly.  I think we were Art?s first venture into Little Rock, so we had to help quite a bit with orienting him to local suppliers.  But he has a lot of experience with that now!  Finally, they got a bit too much going on during about the middle of the project, making for inconsistent crew and supervisor from one day to the next, and some low-results days.  So we would tell one person (or Art) a particular, then find it being done differently, and have to re-do.  That problem got better before the end of the project, though.  Between that and the uncooperative winter weather, it took longer than it ought to have.  Which can translate to more $.  I think things might have gone more smoothly if the same senior person had been on site week in and week out, as much as possible.   All in all, we are very pleased with the results!
- Janet S....
ATPA Metalworks, Concrete and Excavating
The project went great. Tommy met me after hours to get the estimate and got started within a week of approval. Tommy did all of the work we talked about and went out of his way to do many extra things including pouring a pad in front of the shop with extra concrete, removing front yard landscaping with backhoe, leveling backyard with extra fill dirt and sand. Work was performed quickly and as quoted. Tommy returned after all work was complete to make sure we were happy and to polish up some details that he recognized without me asking about them.
- Mike B....
ABrick Master
They did a very good job. I give them A's across the board. I would use their services again in the future.
- Johnny G....
ACustom Deckworks
The guys got to my house early every morning and worked hard all day long.  They worked at my house for about three weeks, and I was home almost the entire time, so I can vouch for their work ethic.  They were professional, checking with me often to make sure they were taking care of everything exactly as I wanted. They went above and beyond to add the little extras that make things look better. Chris had to look up in my attic once, and when he got done they fixed a couple of the broken rungs and the pull handle!  Chris also made and installed shutters for my front window! They kept the work area organized and neat, and I didn't have to deal with their tools or equipment when they left for the day. I loved watching them work and the way they worked together. They were just as proud and happy as I was about the work they did on my house. They are skilled craftsmen and just all around great guys! It was a great experience and an extraordinary pleasure!
- Marian P....
AGarbacz Construction
Matt was very prompt in returning my call for an estimate. His was the not the lowest of 5 bids, but I like the photos he e-mailed me for a review of his work. He understood exactly what I wanted and was open to a few additional projects and changes as construction started. I was concerned with the age of his two crew members but they were professional workers, prompt and excellent craftsman. The completed screen porch turned out much better than I ever expected. I was so pleased with the team that I had them help me remodel a bathroom and have plans for more remodeling if Matt can do it.
- Robert H....

Decks and Porches in Pine Bluff

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Business Description: Innovative experts in outdoor surfaces cleaning, sealing and protection. Eco-friendly rejuvenations for decks, fences, siding, gutters, patios and walkways.Our goal is to offer you excellent personal service while delivering a cleaner clean, a greener clean and a longer lasting clean – all without risking damage to your surfaces. Our unique, 3-step process developed as a result of this goal, as did our exclusive, eco-friendly products and our decision to never use damaging high-pressure spraying. Renew Crew of Central Arkansas (formerly Wood Re New) started in 2008. Currently have 3 vans with 6 employees. Estimates are free.
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Business Description: * Locally Owned & Operated Since 1947 * Residential * Commercial * Industrial * Carports * Patio * Walkway Covers * Screen & Glass Enclosures * Awnings for Windows & Doors
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Business Description: Started in 1985, Sideco has over 5000 customers. We are a James Hardie Elite Preferred contractor and we pride ourselves on the work we do as well as providing the best customer experience possible. We are very proud of our employee installation teams ( we do not use sub-contractors). We also specialize in Marvin windows and doors and timber tech composite decking. For best possible results, call us for a complete home exterior evaluation.
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Business Description: We are a licensed and insured company that build decks, porches, screen rooms, ramps, car ports, pool decks and docks. There are predetermined sizes and prices which can be built on site in a day with special tools, building processes and trained crew.
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Recent Review: First, I got an estimate for replacing a deck and adding a concrete patio. He gave me separate detailed estimates for each that were clear & easy to understand. Work started when scheduled and Matt was easy to work with on any changes that came up. Matt used proper materials & fasteners. The deck and patio turned out very nice.
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Recent Review: David came to my house to give me an estimate for a new patio. We discussed the cost, the time and the other specifics. He was going to wait to until the weather got warmer to start the job. But David called me on the Saturday after he gave me an estimate and told me that they could start on Monday. David's crew demolished my old patio and hauled it all away within a day. They worked long hours and built the deck in less than a week!  David came by several times during the week to check on the work that his crew was doing. He was always a phone call away if I had any questions.They did an excellent job!!! I would definitely hire David again!
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Recent Review: Eddy built us an incredible covered patio! He drew up plans, made the project "up to code" with the city of Sherwood, showed up on time, worked diligently, and finished a large scale covered patio (with roofing and shingles) in 3 days. We are very pleased with his expertise, communication and pricing. After every day of his work, he would clean up the wood scraps and my backyard never really looked like a construction site. If we ever need anything done in the future, I'm calling Eddy. He has my 100% recommendation for any work you may need done at your property. Well done Eddy!
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Business Description: Father and son business since 1982. Free estimates.
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Recent Review: Don is always punctual, starting to work bright and early. He willingly listened to all of my ideas and helped come up with a deck design that fit my financial and aesthetic needs. His deck surface design is unique and beautiful, and the job was done very quickly and easily. I have used Don in the past for a variety of services, including building my house, painting it, and repairing it after a storm event.
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Recent Review: Freewalt Builders did our extensive remodeling project and did a generally excellent job.  The demolition involved taking down and hauling off a suspended concrete patio, fireplace and gutting the den, laundry area, kitchen and a bathroom all down to the studs.  They pulled all that off, especially breaking up and hauling off that massive suspended concrete patio creatively and inexpensively.  Many structural repairs were needed due to leakage around the old fireplace, etc.  Nothing fazed them.   We had drawn floor plans, deck plans and electrical/gas/water plans for the rebuild.  There were some challenges, like the spot where we were going to need a very long laminated beam to support the upstairs as we were pulling out a 16? run of the outside wall.  They handled it all easily.  Art and co. made some good suggestions for tweaks in a few cases, including getting the maximum square footage gain out of the effort.  He brought in good craftsmen for the custom cabinetry (excellent job by John Robertson) and counters (another excellent job by John Baker ? Top That LLC).  Good tile and finishing work, and good painting.  Appliance installations went well.  We put on a multi-level deck around the new expanded areas and decided to go with cedar on all of the visible surfaces and pressure-treated pine for the support posts and underpinnings.  Art found a good cedar supplier which helped with the cost quite a bit.  He might have gone a little over the top dressing up the deck woodwork, but I have to say it?s pretty.  All of the things they built, from the footing for the new sunroom on up to the roof, and everything in between, are built to last.  You could park an Abrams tank on that deck! Things to watch out for: We are in Little Rock.  Art and his crew and other subcontractors are all from Hot Springs Village and Hot Springs.  Since we ended up doing this over the winter (mid-Nov ?13 to mid-May ?14) there were many weather-related delays as they simply could not get here from there.  So plan your project accordingly.  I think we were Art?s first venture into Little Rock, so we had to help quite a bit with orienting him to local suppliers.  But he has a lot of experience with that now!  Finally, they got a bit too much going on during about the middle of the project, making for inconsistent crew and supervisor from one day to the next, and some low-results days.  So we would tell one person (or Art) a particular, then find it being done differently, and have to re-do.  That problem got better before the end of the project, though.  Between that and the uncooperative winter weather, it took longer than it ought to have.  Which can translate to more $.  I think things might have gone more smoothly if the same senior person had been on site week in and week out, as much as possible.   All in all, we are very pleased with the results!