Recent Review: This job was an "enhancement" of a job that Precision did on my backyard in November 2014. At that time, I had the backyard landscaping ripped out, artificial turf installed, and a paver patio installed (cost: $9,000). I had made it known to them from the beginning that my yard has a drainage problem and I wanted to ensure it would be addressed when they installed the patio. But after the install the problem persisted: rainwater did not drain properly away from the house and a layer of white powdery salt was forming on top of the new patio pavers from effervescence percolating up from the ground and through the pavers. After notifying Precision of the issue in December 2014, it took SIX MONTHS of discussion and waiting to get the issue addressed. The company was resourceful: the paver company furnished the replacement pavers for free (RCP Block & Brick) and Precision did the demo/installation labor for free; I just had to pay for the new drainage ($2000). I felt that was a fair offer. By early July I had a crew at my house doing what was supposed to take a week. Instead, it dragged on for 11 business days over a three-week period. Worse, there was no daily supervision of the job, so the crew did not follow the designer's plans as outlined on the diagrams and made (bad) decisions on their own. This led to more delays, removing and re-installing patio pavers, re-digging drainage pipes that were not connected properly, and general confusion. I was not kept in the loop for anything. I was not home when they were working, so I had to ask my questions of the crew each morning before I left for work, and then email my contact at the company (designer Rico, with whom I'd worked on this job for a year) of my concerns because he was rarely, if ever, on the job site. In fact, in the midst of this mess, he sent me a polite email saying he was leaving the company on good terms and then he was GONE the next day. I didn't even have a chance to respond to his final email. I then had to try to explain the status of my job directly to the owner and the owner's wife (office manager) to get things corrected, and even after that point the unsupervised crew was still screwing up. In the end, though the handiwork was very nice for the re-worked patio, I was very disappointed with this company's management and question the quality of the underground drainpipe work that I can't see. And I did not appreciate that the crew blew out a circuit on my enclosed patio then neglected to say anything to me-- I discovered it after they'd left. All those incidents aside, the yard looks nice and Precision did solve most of the issues (hence the overall B rating), but it took a year of frustration and waiting to get to that point.