Tripoli Sidewalk Replacement

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Business Description: Iowa Flatworks is a concrete construction company based in Cedar Falls, Iowa. We know how to pour driveways, patios, stoops, sidewalks, garage floors, basement floors, and anything in between. Iowa Flatworks will remove, design, repair or pour your project. We serve Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Waverly, Parkersburg, Janesville, Denver, Traer, Evansdale, Parkersburg, Dike, and more. Iowa Flatworks provides the highest quality finish to all your concrete needs. Call Jon to schedule a free estimate at (319) 404-2070. Iowa Flatworks is a licensed and bonded concrete contractor.
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Recent Review: There was just a simple sidewalk with an area leading to the house which would get underwater. They totally took out the sidewalk and filled it all back again so that it was right up to the house. The sidewalk was with a slant going away from the house so now we won't get water into the basement. They were less cheap than the first estimate I got. Our overall experience with them has been excellent.
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Recent Review: It took a while to get scheduled and I had to call several times.  The work, though, went well and smoothly once they got it on their schedule.
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Recent Review: They were timely and they followed through on their commitment. They were professional.
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Recent Review: Excellent, couldn't be more pleased. Brent and his crew do great work, they are really nice and go out of their way to be helpful. They are a pleasure to have around through the inconvenience of having work done. His pricing is reasonable and fair. When we have work done again he will be the first one we call. It's hard to say enough good things about FAW Construction.

Reviews in Tripoli to Replace Sidewalks

ARussell Construction
There was just a simple sidewalk with an area leading to the house which would get underwater. They totally took out the sidewalk and filled it all back again so that it was right up to the house. The sidewalk was with a slant going away from the house so now we won't get water into the basement. They were less cheap than the first estimate I got. Our overall experience with them has been excellent.
- Debra D....
AMartinson Construction Co
It took a while to get scheduled and I had to call several times.  The work, though, went well and smoothly once they got it on their schedule.
- William H....
AFAW CONSTRUCTION
Excellent, couldn't be more pleased. Brent and his crew do great work, they are really nice and go out of their way to be helpful. They are a pleasure to have around through the inconvenience of having work done. His pricing is reasonable and fair. When we have work done again he will be the first one we call. It's hard to say enough good things about FAW Construction.
- Suzann B....
DK C CONCRETE CONTRACTORS
The contractor started work after several days of heavy rain. I voiced my concern about this, but was reassured. Small pieces of heavy equipment were driven onto my lawn and left permanent grooves in the lawn. When I mentioned this to the company owner, he said "Don't worry. It will pop up after the next rain". NOT! I find the steps they put in are too high, although the contractor knew I have a bad knee. He told me the steps met code (true) at 8". I don't understand why they needed to be that high when he knew of my preference for a lower step. Finally, despite the fact that I was told by the owner that the job would look beautiful when they were done, I was left with a ton of yardwork to do. I found chunks of old cement to be picked up, tan, rocky soil placed in a few of the low spots, and no raking or finishing around much of the sidewalks. When I phoned the contractor to ask for some black dirt to place next to the sidewalks where dirt was missing, he dropped a business card into my mailbox with a message saying "black dirt $500". I was a fool and didn't get any other estimates, but I now believe that I may have been overcharged. I was asked for payment when the work began ("It's been raining so much and I need to pay my men"). I paid part of it at that time. After the concrete was poured, I was asked for the remaining payment. I gave a check to the owner the next day. Another foolish mistake on my part. I should have demanded the finish work around the sidewalks and steps be done before payment. As it was, my son came to my home and did several hours of roto-tilling to re-slope the yard to accommodate the new concrete work. We bought topsoil to fill in large gaping areas next to the walks and steps.
- Susan R....