Business Description: Simple solutions for you foundation issues, cracked or unlevel concrete, soil stabilization, and void fill problems. Call for a free on-site consultation and estimate 501-539-5218!
Business Description: Centigon Engineering is a new engineering firm located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and serving the entire Northwest Arkansas Region with Civil, Structural, Forensic and Experimental Design Services.
Business Description: Free estimate, 3 year warranty, Family own and operated. Business Est 1988--Twenty plus years of service to N. W. Arkansas area. Insured and License with references. We have 30 years of experiences in residential and commercial. We have many sub-contractors that work for us, such as electrical, plumbing, tile, structural engineer on retainer. VETERAN OWN
Work was performed as quoted. Somewhat unprofessional was that the crew stripped down to their underwear in my driveway in order to put on their work clothes. The issue (and reason for the failing rating) was that when contacted two years later by a prospective buyer of our home, the contractor gave a different recommendation of what work needed to be completed, stating that the work completed in 2010 was simply a temporary solution to a bigger problem. When contacted by the prospective buyer, the contractor furnished an estimate which was nearly 10x the amount of the 2010 bid/ estimate. This estimate was given without visiting and inspecting the structure, but the contractor offered a more detailed/ on-site estimate for $100 (in contrast to the "free estimate" offer from their Angie's List profile). Upon receiving this estimate, I contacted the contractor for an explanation. The contractor claimed to have no record of the work done in 2010 (which essentially negated the 3 year warranty which was expressed on the initial job bid), but did happen to have a detailed drawing of the foundation/ substructure in their "jobs not completed" file. The phone call quickly escalated into a very one-sided 10 minute conversation, which was more shouting than constructive discussion. Upon reviewing the contractor's assessment and estimate, I decided to obtain an unbiased second opinion from a structural engineer. I must give the contractor credit in that the opinion of the engineer was in concurrence with the contractor's assessment. However, the engineer's proposed solution contained many measures that were not included in the contractor's proposal of work.