Spring Garden River Rock Delivery

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Recent Review: I had considered doing it myself, but it was clear that they had the right equipment and processes (weed killer, weed barrier, DG stomper, seal coat).  This is a family business (father and two sons worked my project) and they clearly were engaged in doing the job right.
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Recent Review: I dealt with Vic and Kabo who were a lot of help in design of yard. The crew that did job were on time cleaned up each day. Very professional in every way. Considering the temperature at the time they did a great job.
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Recent Review: He really tries really hard to please you. He cares about what he does and he is decent person.
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Recent Review: We got delayed by bad weather, but once that cleared up it went quite well.
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Recent Review: Bertin Pulido showed up on time to see what our needs were (mainly demo and prep for the landscaping we would do later on our own).  We explained what we wanted along with a diagram of our backyard (we live on ½ and acre) which included adding cement to an existing shed pad, moving 20’x20’ area of large river rock to another location, scraping out smaller river rock/gravel, removing a cactus, removing all weeds, and grading the whole area of soil material remaining.  He offered some suggestions regarding the cement work needed to put a replacement shed and after considering it, decided to go with his recommendation.  He sat by himself for half an hour considering the work we were requesting a bid for, making some phone calls, writing his own notes, and came up with a bid for us that day.   Of all the six landscapers that came to give bids, he was soft spoken, took the time to carefully think out what he would do for us, was not 'pushy' but relaxed and informative, explained how the process would go, and the time/date we could begin if we chose to go with him.  He happened to be the last of the landscapers we contacted for bids so we had a feel for what was out there.  His price was little higher than most of the bids, lower than a couple, but he had his own equipment (our job really did require a skip loader and larger trucks to haul loads to the dump), he was insured and licensed, and had a number of employees to do the different jobs for our renovation needs.  We considered his bid fair and even negotiated with him a little which he was receptive to.  We were completely satisfied with his ultimate bid.  Bertin had a crew that could start the next day with the clean-up and hauling.  As the day went on and into the next day, several different workers showed up and took over with their area of expertise.  They were all friendly and diligent workers.  Not really an inconvenience for us necessarily, but the first two days (three and half days total), the workers showed up 30 minutes to an hour late, but they got right to work and completed the goals for the day by 5pm. We  were extremely pleased with all of the workers employed by Bertin.  As the first day went on, I pulled up some walkway pavers that really didn't work well connecting an rv pad to the large cement patio that we have. We asked Bertin how much he would charge to add a 4'x4' walkway.  He told us the cost of both the materials and labor and we gave the go-ahead.  Later, we removed a 27 year old wooden walkway to the old shed. We considered using wood once again, but asked Bertin what he thought.  He shared his opinion (use cement), once again gave us a price, and then added this to the job also.  A third change to the plan was also  welcomed and fairly priced by Bertin when we asked for him to scrape out another smaller area on the other side of the shed area.  Although he already had us as a client, our added changes to the contract were still fairly priced and even though adding a day and half to the job, he was happy to re-arrange employee’s schedule to get the complete job completed without having to return later.  He also did little extra’s like let us add some “junk” to the truck on each dump run. The workers always left the end of the day only after putting tools away, cleaning or sweeping up, and verifying with us where it was ok to park the truck and skip loader for the night.  Our payment’s included 1/3 the first day, another 1/3 the next day after we added the additional work to the contract, then the final 1/3 at the completion of the project (we did a final walk-through and once we were satisfied he took the final payment). We absolutely loved working with Bertin and his employees. Our experience with him was positive and we are very satisfied with the results!  I would recommend his company 100%! (Bertin lives between Lompoc and Buelton, but supplies his services throughout the North County)
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Reviews in Spring Garden to Deliver River Rock

ASegale And Sons Landscape And Gardening
I had considered doing it myself, but it was clear that they had the right equipment and processes (weed killer, weed barrier, DG stomper, seal coat).  This is a family business (father and two sons worked my project) and they clearly were engaged in doing the job right.
- Todd W....
AThe House Next Door
I dealt with Vic and Kabo who were a lot of help in design of yard. The crew that did job were on time cleaned up each day. Very professional in every way. Considering the temperature at the time they did a great job.
- Joseph M....
ABertin Pulido Garden And Tree Service
Bertin Pulido showed up on time to see what our needs were (mainly demo and prep for the landscaping we would do later on our own).  We explained what we wanted along with a diagram of our backyard (we live on ½ and acre) which included adding cement to an existing shed pad, moving 20’x20’ area of large river rock to another location, scraping out smaller river rock/gravel, removing a cactus, removing all weeds, and grading the whole area of soil material remaining.  He offered some suggestions regarding the cement work needed to put a replacement shed and after considering it, decided to go with his recommendation.  He sat by himself for half an hour considering the work we were requesting a bid for, making some phone calls, writing his own notes, and came up with a bid for us that day.   Of all the six landscapers that came to give bids, he was soft spoken, took the time to carefully think out what he would do for us, was not 'pushy' but relaxed and informative, explained how the process would go, and the time/date we could begin if we chose to go with him.  He happened to be the last of the landscapers we contacted for bids so we had a feel for what was out there.  His price was little higher than most of the bids, lower than a couple, but he had his own equipment (our job really did require a skip loader and larger trucks to haul loads to the dump), he was insured and licensed, and had a number of employees to do the different jobs for our renovation needs.  We considered his bid fair and even negotiated with him a little which he was receptive to.  We were completely satisfied with his ultimate bid.  Bertin had a crew that could start the next day with the clean-up and hauling.  As the day went on and into the next day, several different workers showed up and took over with their area of expertise.  They were all friendly and diligent workers.  Not really an inconvenience for us necessarily, but the first two days (three and half days total), the workers showed up 30 minutes to an hour late, but they got right to work and completed the goals for the day by 5pm. We  were extremely pleased with all of the workers employed by Bertin.  As the first day went on, I pulled up some walkway pavers that really didn't work well connecting an rv pad to the large cement patio that we have. We asked Bertin how much he would charge to add a 4'x4' walkway.  He told us the cost of both the materials and labor and we gave the go-ahead.  Later, we removed a 27 year old wooden walkway to the old shed. We considered using wood once again, but asked Bertin what he thought.  He shared his opinion (use cement), once again gave us a price, and then added this to the job also.  A third change to the plan was also  welcomed and fairly priced by Bertin when we asked for him to scrape out another smaller area on the other side of the shed area.  Although he already had us as a client, our added changes to the contract were still fairly priced and even though adding a day and half to the job, he was happy to re-arrange employee’s schedule to get the complete job completed without having to return later.  He also did little extra’s like let us add some “junk” to the truck on each dump run. The workers always left the end of the day only after putting tools away, cleaning or sweeping up, and verifying with us where it was ok to park the truck and skip loader for the night.  Our payment’s included 1/3 the first day, another 1/3 the next day after we added the additional work to the contract, then the final 1/3 at the completion of the project (we did a final walk-through and once we were satisfied he took the final payment). We absolutely loved working with Bertin and his employees. Our experience with him was positive and we are very satisfied with the results!  I would recommend his company 100%! (Bertin lives between Lompoc and Buelton, but supplies his services throughout the North County)
- D J....
FAdam Schultz
Adam did not follow the plans and when I asked him about it he said to not worry about the steepness of the road. (At one point in the switchback it was nearly 30 degrees.  He also did not build proper ditches on either side of the road. He did line the substandard ditches with rock to make them look like they were done properly. When I told him I needed him to fix the problems, he scraped all the rock off the steepest portion of the road just before rainy season and told me to sign off the stuff he neglected to do, or he would leave me with a useless road while I was building my house. I refused to allow him to walk away from his shoddy work, so he left me with a useless road which caused great financial hardship and made it nearly impossible to get my house finished during the winter months. We ended up tapping his bond (which came nowhere near the impact he made on us) and then won in a arbitration with the State Contractors Licensing Board.
- Dale H....