Monument Above Ground Pool Installation

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Front Range Aquatech
Business Description: Welcome to Front Range Aquatech! Front Range Aquatech is a swimming pool contractor, dealer & designer serving Colorado. We build and design swimming pools for family fun and leisure. We create swimming pools for residential and commercial customers. We know how to specifically address the issue of weather conditions in Colorado. Quality is the name of the game at Aquatech! Front Range Aquatech offers continual maintenance on products. Our pools and spas are built to last, and our dedication to customer service is superior. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about our pools. We offer the following: * Installation * Remodeling * Repairs We have been building swimming pools in the state of Colorado for over 20 years. We merge beauty with efficiency at Aquatech. Our designers and contractors will work closely with you to deliver the pool of your dreams! You will be amazed by our professionalism, attention to detail, and wide selection of pools and spas. We make pool renovation and repair affordable. Call Front Range Aquatech today for a free consultation! Building Swimming Pools in the State of Colorado
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High Plains Pool and Spa
Business Description: We're ready to repair, maintain and service your pool or spa so you can relax and enjoy it!
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Carry the Light Electric, Inc.
Business Description: We are a full-service electrical contractor providing quality service to residential, industrial, and commercial clients within 175 mile radius in any direction of Denver, Colorado. At Carry the Light Electric, we know the importance and sometimes, the worry associated with finding the right Colorado electrician for all your electrical repair needs. Our company has had the pleasure of helping customers like you since 1986, offering expert electrical service, outstanding value, and excellent personalized service. We are committed to providing the highest quality service for our customers at competitive prices. While providing unsurpassed customer service, when it comes to electrical problems in your home, our professional technicians are always ready to assist you. Its a great feeling to know all your electrical needs are only a phone call away. By choosing Carry the Light Electric, you can rest assured you have made the right decision. From remodeling to new construction, from a living room in a historical property to a high-tech office, our licensed and expert technicians are dedicated to working with you to implement the best electrical solution that meets your needs. We are fully licensed with the State of Colorado in all counties and municipalities throughout Colorado. We carry a Contractor's License (#3512) and also a Master's License (#4329). We provide FREE ESTIMATES. We provide a SOLID GUARANTEE - if you are not fully satisfied with our quality of workmanship, you are entitled to a full refund. We are dedicated to serving our customer's needs, and our goal is 100% customer satisfaction. We strive to bring you the best in quality service. If something isn't right, please let us know. Our electricians pride themselves in not only being experts, but will also strive hard to go beyond your expectations. Our employees are professional, polite, courteous and sensitive to even the job's smallest details. Carry the Light Electric, Inc. has a solid history of providing professional electric work with excellent customer service throughout the Front Range area. You will not be disappointed in any work they perform for you.
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Handyman Matters and Remodeling Colorado Springs
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Reviews in Monument for Pool Installation

FHandyman Matters and Remodeling Colorado Springs
They were absolutely the worst company you could ever deal with. They are liars. They were misleading in their coupon they had on Angie's List, very misleading. So, they kind of stuck us. We called them to install an above ground swimming pool and I ended up talking to 2 different people and didn't know at first that they were related, that they were in the same office. The first person I talked to, she gave me a quote. I said I want to have a quote approximately how long is it going to take and how much money is it going to cost me before I agree to anything. She gave me a quote of $1450 for 2 people for 20 hours of work. By the end of the work the guy had given me a bill for $3600 for 50 hours of work for 3 men. I called back to their office and said, what is going on? She said, we don't give quotes. I said, that's a bunch of bull because not only did you give me a quote but someone else from your office called and gave me a quote who, again I didn't know at the time, was calling from your same office. She said, that's a lie, you're lying. Do you have it recorded? At this point, I said, first of all you sent out a guy who you assured me had done multiple swimming pools because we asked, we asked before we agreed. The guy says to us, I've never put together a swimming pool before in my life. I have no idea what I'm doing. So, they wanted us to pay him to learn how to do the job. This is just absolutely insane. We said no way. We are not going to pay to have your worker learn how to do the job when we asked specifically if he already knew how to do it. We've been fighting with them all this time. We told them we would pay them the agreed upon price, no more. Not only that, but after the fact we discovered two boxes that were hidden behind the pool that weren't installed. Two parts of the swimming pool that weren't installed which means, in order to install those pieces, we have to tear the whole pool down. The pool holds 13,000 gallons of water. Do you know how much water that's going to cost us? We're on a community well and we have to share and pay for the water. We sent them a certified letter stating that we would pay them $1800 and they refused to pick it up at the Post Office. Finally, I got it back in the mail and I'm just not going to send her anything until she can learn to get her head out of her butt and learn how to talk to me the right way. The two pieces is a cushion to go on the bottom to help save the life of the liner so it doesn't get ripped and the other part is a foam wall that goes between the outside part and the metal part to help with freezing in the winter time. This is a $5000 swimming pool. This isn't like a Wal-Mart $100 cheapo. Of course we want the person to know how to do it not just some yahoo that... About a week before they came out they asked us for the name of the pool and the manufacturer and model. We gave them all of that including the website we had bought it from so they could do their research. The guy when he got here he said, where's the instruction manual? Which is fine, I have no problem with asking for the instruction manual. But then he sat on my father-in-laws computer in my backyard and watched this video for 4 hours and wanted to charge us for that at $70/hr. Absolutely insane. We're just furious with them. We attempted to pay them. We wrote a check and sent it to them certified mail and they refused to pick it up. I refuse to go to their place. They can pick it up in the mail like any other normal business does.
- Margaret T....
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LOUSY. I never called a lawyer until I bought a classic home. We had to hire a landscape architect for the swimming pool the left in our back yard and an engineering company to inspect the house. The kitchen floor slants because they didn't place the house support in the right place, the drywall guy might have taped seams, but he didn't put mud over the tape or over the screws and they are now popping out. The roofing tiles, siding and windows they used were so bad they were recalled and the company NEVER let us know. Some schiester in Missouri went house to house informing people and collecting a pretty penny off of it. It seemed they learned as they went: the houses built after us had concrete drains between their houses.These jerks NEVER WENT BACK AND CORRECTED THE PROBLEM ON OUR STREET. We went with Classic because our realtor told us "Jeff Smith is a Colorado Springs Native. He'll never screw his own town. " Well, he did. The job Classic did across town was so bad that it made the papers. In 1995-1996 the only thing Classic looking out for was its bottom line.They called themselves Colorado Springs #1 homebuilder. The ONLY reason they could say this was that they built the greatest number of homes, not the best ones. If we could have afforded a Keller Home we would have done it. We found out long after we moved in that we should have gone to the model to compare what was there and what they put in our home. We found out that they put top of the line stuff in the models and told us we'd get it and then put cabinets that were particle board coated with thin adhesive plastic. The plastic is now coming off of the cabinets - it's rolling up at the bottom. CLASSIC HOMES? NEVER AGAIN.
- Tania M....