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Business Description: EcoStone USA offers a full scale of stone products for all residential and commercial needs. We are also offer complete remodeling services and are here to help your remodeling dreams come true. Our expert staff is comprised of skilled and highly qualified personnel with an unparalleled commitment to excellence and creative vision. Our stone artisans have chosen the most attractive forms and textures to capture the essence and the primitive beauty of natural rock formations found throughout the world. Our professional team could install stone and brick veneer in a wide variety of applications from complete exterior cladding, decorative rock facings and cozy outdoor living spaces such as revamping fireplaces to interior accent walls in bedroom, living room, bathroom or basements, fireplaces, kitchen or bar back splash. Call us today for a free consultation!
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Business Description: Installers of stone and brick veneer. We have done exteriors as sub-contractors for Wayne Homes, ProBuilt, Khov and may more. We have worked in conjunction with KDCO Home Improvements, Pennwoods Construction and Petros Investments. We are family owned and operated and use local resources.
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Business Description: Serving N.E. Ohio with quality workmanship and products for over 40 Years. Windows starting at $200.00. Featuring Atlas Pennacle shingles with Scotchguard. The only shingles with a lifetime algae resistance.
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Business Description: We cant wait to service your needs. T.E. Masonry LLC spatializes in veneer stone installation, chimney repair, custom fireplaces, tuckpointing, and outdoor fireplaces. We pride ourselves for the quality and excellence that goes into our every day work. We set the bar high for being honest, on time, and making sure our word is gold.
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Recent Review: Mister Mason Jim DeAngelo is the best. My wife and I highly recommend him and his work. We are very happy with the work performed by Jim and his son. Looking forward to calling on Mr Mason for our masonry needs in the future.
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Recent Review: Pence Bros is by far the most professional and polite contractor we have worked with. They are always easy to work with and give great input for style and function during the design stages of our custom home building. Their jobsite is always orderly and the end result is as expected every time!
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Recent Review: They're very friendly and get back to you quickly, but they are very busy and the local weather has been bad, so they're currently a bit slow to do the work.
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Recent Review: The work had to be done because we were in violation of the housing code. The company responded promptly to our request for an estimate. They began the work three days later and completed it in three days. We are very satisfied with their performance.
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Recent Review: The job was to remove ~ 3inches from the bottom of a cabinet to make room for a new and taller refrigerator. The Kitchen is 40 years old with Formica veneer on the cabinets. Neatnics did a superb job and had all of the tools to perform the job in one setting ( My husband was very impressed with all of the saws he had). When I walked into the kitchen from the garage, I did not even notice the difference in the length of the cabinet. That is how good it looked. The job took 4 hours. I was the one who hired for Neatnics while my husband wanted to get references from our neighbors. My husband and I both agree that we will be using Neatnics in the future and can recommend this company to friends and neighbors. Two thumbs up!!!
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Recent Review: My wife and I had interviewed several design-build firms and couldn't find one we liked until we met Jeff Tortorea from Lost Pond Construction.  After having spent thousands already with a competing firm on a design that we didn't love, and couldn't afford to build, Jeff was willing to help cost effectively modify the architectural work we had in hand so we could more cost effectively develop a set of drawings that his team could use for permitting, architectural review, and construction. Following two months of Architectural review meetings and revisions with the city, we had approval to proceed with construction.   We wanted to raise the roof to camouflage the distinct appearance of a split level home.  We wanted to centralize all living space to the first floor, and wanted to be able to heat and cool the home?s zones with energy efficient HVAC equipment, insulation and windows. On the exterior, we re-sided the house, added a three car garage to the first floor, added an enormous screened in composite porch, poured a new cement patio and replaced all windows, gutters, and downspouts.    Inside we remodeled three bathrooms, expanded what had been a very cramped kitchen and dining area into a gourmet kitchen and spacious dining area.  We transformed a first floor in-law suite to our Master Suite complete with stone fireplace, and luxurious en suite Master Bath.  We raised the roof to create a soaring 14 foot open span Great Room with a massive stone fireplace and hand hewn post and beam truss style beams. In the course of opening all the walls to complete the renovation, Jeff's crews found many surprises that needed to be addressed.  Each time they found something new, Ric (the project superintendent) would contact me about what they discovered, and how they proposed to remedy it.  They encountered issues related to structure, electrical, plumbing, septic and foundation during the course of the six month renovation.  Each time they did, we were made aware of the issue and given pricing and timeframe to correct.   As the project supervisor, Ric was on the job site every day, making sure things ran smoothly and he was available to answer any questions we had.  In addition, his work ethic and quality control of the job were second to none.   We knew Ric treated our house like he was building his own home. He managed the flow of work through his in-house employees and an army of trade professionals who partner with Lost Pond Construction on larger builds like this one. Despite delays from suppliers, and juggling schedules with tradesmen, the project was moved ahead at an acceptable tempo.  On occasions when there were delays, they were caused by municipal slowdowns as happened during our two months of architectural review and permitting, weather related issues as happened when we relocated the septic tanks and had so much rain we couldn't backfill the void left by the tanks that got removed, or the schedule conflicts created when trade subcontractors like the mason who tried to squeeze more into a day than was realistic.  Overall, the delays added about six weeks to the initial completion date, which was acceptable to us when we considered all the additional work that had to be done to address the surprises they found. On a large project like this, it is critical to have trust and faith in the people you hire to do the work.  They are going to be in your lives for upwards of half a year or more, so it is important to have a healthy working relationship with your contractor and the on-site project manager.  Jeff and Ric were terrific to deal with.  Their designer Barb brought a wealth of advice and much appreciated guidance as we chose cabinetry (species, stain, glaze, and layout) as well as flooring, wall color, and much needed assistance with coordination of siding, roofing, soffit, fascia, and door selection.  Though there were budget and time over-runs during this project, I always felt like Jeff and Ric were giving me honest information, and that at all times, they were advocating for my family and me at each stage of the project. And in the end, we didn't get a house, we got a home.   My wife and I are thrilled with the finished product.  It took the collective efforts of a lot of people working some long hard days to bring about this transformation. We are grateful to the people of Lost Pond Construction for making our house the dream home we had envisioned for so many years.  We highly recommend them to anyone looking for help with any kind of home improvement project.

Reviews for Stone Veneer Installation in Streetsboro

AMister Mason
Mister Mason Jim DeAngelo is the best. My wife and I highly recommend him and his work. We are very happy with the work performed by Jim and his son. Looking forward to calling on Mr Mason for our masonry needs in the future.
- Anthony P....
APence Bros Siding
Pence Bros is by far the most professional and polite contractor we have worked with. They are always easy to work with and give great input for style and function during the design stages of our custom home building. Their jobsite is always orderly and the end result is as expected every time!
- Kemppel H....
BMiller Custom Exteriors/ABC Seamless
They're very friendly and get back to you quickly, but they are very busy and the local weather has been bad, so they're currently a bit slow to do the work.
- Amy S....
AThe House Doctors
The work had to be done because we were in violation of the housing code. The company responded promptly to our request for an estimate. They began the work three days later and completed it in three days. We are very satisfied with their performance.
- William K....
AOHIO RENOVATIONS
The company was very easy to work with. If we had any problems or concerns they were willing to address those issues immediately. The one thing I ask when I hire someone for this type of work is that, if you say you are going to do something, you do it. And Ohio Renovations did what they said they were going to do. I think the installer of the rock was a bit inexperienced at that type of work, but it came out OK. We've had numerous people comment about how good our home looks. Another plus, all of the workers were courteous and cleaned up the work site each night. We have two young children and that was important to us.
- Michael W....
ANeatnics The Home Repair Co
The job was to remove ~ 3inches from the bottom of a cabinet to make room for a new and taller refrigerator. The Kitchen is 40 years old with Formica veneer on the cabinets. Neatnics did a superb job and had all of the tools to perform the job in one setting ( My husband was very impressed with all of the saws he had). When I walked into the kitchen from the garage, I did not even notice the difference in the length of the cabinet. That is how good it looked. The job took 4 hours. I was the one who hired for Neatnics while my husband wanted to get references from our neighbors. My husband and I both agree that we will be using Neatnics in the future and can recommend this company to friends and neighbors. Two thumbs up!!!
- Carla A....
AHandyman Connection
We called and explained what we needed and made the appointment for a man to come out and take a look at the situation. The cabinets were designed in 1955 and built in place not hung on the wall.  The man came out and looked at the cabinets and gave us a quote.  After we agreed to the price an appointment was set up for them to do the job.  We had to put off the actual work for a couple of days to allow us to empty the cabinets. Modifing the cabinets was more difficult as they were made from plywood with a veneer applied.  When they were sawed they had a tendency to rip and not saw cleanly.  However, the carpenter did a good job of making the best of that situation and allowed us input as to how we would like them to look.  Everything was done in a few hours and we were pleased with the end result.
- Dale L....
ALost Pond Construction Inc
My wife and I had interviewed several design-build firms and couldn't find one we liked until we met Jeff Tortorea from Lost Pond Construction.  After having spent thousands already with a competing firm on a design that we didn't love, and couldn't afford to build, Jeff was willing to help cost effectively modify the architectural work we had in hand so we could more cost effectively develop a set of drawings that his team could use for permitting, architectural review, and construction. Following two months of Architectural review meetings and revisions with the city, we had approval to proceed with construction.   We wanted to raise the roof to camouflage the distinct appearance of a split level home.  We wanted to centralize all living space to the first floor, and wanted to be able to heat and cool the home?s zones with energy efficient HVAC equipment, insulation and windows. On the exterior, we re-sided the house, added a three car garage to the first floor, added an enormous screened in composite porch, poured a new cement patio and replaced all windows, gutters, and downspouts.    Inside we remodeled three bathrooms, expanded what had been a very cramped kitchen and dining area into a gourmet kitchen and spacious dining area.  We transformed a first floor in-law suite to our Master Suite complete with stone fireplace, and luxurious en suite Master Bath.  We raised the roof to create a soaring 14 foot open span Great Room with a massive stone fireplace and hand hewn post and beam truss style beams. In the course of opening all the walls to complete the renovation, Jeff's crews found many surprises that needed to be addressed.  Each time they found something new, Ric (the project superintendent) would contact me about what they discovered, and how they proposed to remedy it.  They encountered issues related to structure, electrical, plumbing, septic and foundation during the course of the six month renovation.  Each time they did, we were made aware of the issue and given pricing and timeframe to correct.   As the project supervisor, Ric was on the job site every day, making sure things ran smoothly and he was available to answer any questions we had.  In addition, his work ethic and quality control of the job were second to none.   We knew Ric treated our house like he was building his own home. He managed the flow of work through his in-house employees and an army of trade professionals who partner with Lost Pond Construction on larger builds like this one. Despite delays from suppliers, and juggling schedules with tradesmen, the project was moved ahead at an acceptable tempo.  On occasions when there were delays, they were caused by municipal slowdowns as happened during our two months of architectural review and permitting, weather related issues as happened when we relocated the septic tanks and had so much rain we couldn't backfill the void left by the tanks that got removed, or the schedule conflicts created when trade subcontractors like the mason who tried to squeeze more into a day than was realistic.  Overall, the delays added about six weeks to the initial completion date, which was acceptable to us when we considered all the additional work that had to be done to address the surprises they found. On a large project like this, it is critical to have trust and faith in the people you hire to do the work.  They are going to be in your lives for upwards of half a year or more, so it is important to have a healthy working relationship with your contractor and the on-site project manager.  Jeff and Ric were terrific to deal with.  Their designer Barb brought a wealth of advice and much appreciated guidance as we chose cabinetry (species, stain, glaze, and layout) as well as flooring, wall color, and much needed assistance with coordination of siding, roofing, soffit, fascia, and door selection.  Though there were budget and time over-runs during this project, I always felt like Jeff and Ric were giving me honest information, and that at all times, they were advocating for my family and me at each stage of the project. And in the end, we didn't get a house, we got a home.   My wife and I are thrilled with the finished product.  It took the collective efforts of a lot of people working some long hard days to bring about this transformation. We are grateful to the people of Lost Pond Construction for making our house the dream home we had envisioned for so many years.  We highly recommend them to anyone looking for help with any kind of home improvement project.
- Donald C....
CThe House Doctors
They were professional but the roofer had a helper who was supposed to help and clean the gutters but seemed to just make them worse. They also called reg: an unpaid bill I had to quote them the check # and the bank where it was cashed and the date. They were nice about it but need some advanced bookkeeping skills.
- Paul S....