Please beware of this company. We received several quotes to have a concrete patio poured and selected Lew's as one of their selling points was they would be able to complete job before a certain time period. Well due to the rain they were unable to make that appointment which is understandable. They rescheduled for a week later as long as weather was okay. Well, the weather held up very well and ground was dry. Even contacted one of the employees on a social media website to ask for something additional when they came out 3 days later. He indicated that they would be able to accommodate and were still planning on coming out as long as there was no rain. Well, that day comes and they do not show. After finally getting a hold of someone several hours after they were to come, I find out they decided to take another job that day and I would not get the patio poured that day. In fact, I would have to wait a couple more days, when rain was again in the forecast. Their explanation was they had a contract and would get a penalty if they didn't do that other job that day. No call, no show. I had to track them down myself to get this information. This was red flag #1. Since they were still able to get the patio in that week we decided to let them still do it as opposed to selecting out backup contractor which was 30 days out. The next scheduled day it was of course raining so they pushed it out one more day. When that day comes they started the digging and setting the form. This is where the real problems began. Part of what we asked for when doing this is to have all of the old dirt and topsoil removed and hauled away. This was something they said they did in the bidding process as they had to level the ground and put down gravel to support the concrete. They ended up just pushing the dirt and sod along the edges of the form which made it look like a mound with an aggressive slope. As I did not want this, I asked them to remove that dirt as that was what I originally asked for. My yard was still in good shape at this point, except the 3-4 feet around the concrete form. During this dirt removal, they proceeded to decimate the rest of the backyard with their heavy equipment. They shrugged at the damage and said they would bring out some dirt to backfill. This was 100% unnecessary for them to have to bring in the heavy equipment to do this if they would have removed the dirt as they were digging instead of push to another section of my yard. Additionally, when they were finished destroying the yard to remove the dirt that should have been removed in the first place, they threw plywood boards on the side of our brand new house which required touch up painting. It surely did not seem they were interested in respecting our property. So all of this was on a Thursday before 4th of July. They were not able to get the form placed in time before it started raining again so they couldn't pour. The catch was that the concrete mix wasn't able to be delivered on Friday since they were closing that day. So basically, I had a tore up yard for the entire holiday weekend. My guests got to see all of the damage. They came out the following Monday to pour. However, they did not do what they quoted us. In our quote we were supposed to have a darker color stamped border that would have needed to be poured first. They actually poured it all at once and then stained the top of the border. Since I was landscaping up to the edge of the concrete i also needed the sides to be the same color as the top of the border. When bringing this up to Terry one of the owners, he said no one ever pours the border first and they do not do a separate integral color. This is interesting because our quote specifically says that they were going to pour the border first and it would be a different integral color. He was not able to understand so he started threatening us with a lien on the property if we didn't pay. At this point, we decided to cut our losses and just pay them so they would leave. After looking at the concrete, there is already a crack forming (8 days after pouring), several pits, the colors are not even throughout, there are scuff marks, dimples, etc. Terry states that that is normal, that you would never have the same color throughout when using colored concrete and there are always going to be imperfections. I've seen many patios using different types of colored or stamped concrete and have never seen the types of imperfections of color discrepancy as what they have done. This was a very expensive lesson for us. In the future we will create contracts that specify exactly what is to be done with finished product expectations. In short because i know this is TL;DR, if you ask Lew's to get a bid to you and you select them for your work. Be sure to have them go over the quote with you so there is no chance they will get away with shortcuts once the job begins. Get everything from prep to finished product expectations in writing. This is the worst contractor we have ever had in terms of customer service, accuracy, and quality of work. We have has many contractors from landscapers to deck builders out at our new home and all of them except for Lew's actually did the job they were paid to do, correctly.