Awendaw Land Excavating

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Business Description: We are a family-owned excavation and landscaping company in the South Carolina Lowcountry, servicing Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston counties.
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Business Description: Owner Buddy Atkins has over 40 years experience with tractors and equipment work to provide customized mobile landscape services for your construction site or property, including site prep, dirt work, excavation, grading, filling in low areas, creating and reworking dirt and gravel driveways, and site clean-up between construction and sodding or seeding.
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Business Description: We specialize in excavation, demolition, drilling and more! Do not hesitate to contact us right away! Drilling, Professional Excavation, Demolition, Dirt Fields, Trucking, Affordable Excavation Service, Local Excavating Company, Construction, Land Clearing, Trucking And Hauling, Excavating, Excavating Contractor, Excavating Service, Excavating Company, Excavation Service
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Business Description: we have 3 employees, billing procedures vary on job, discounts for seniors and military
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Business Description: We are A Mom and Pop family small business emphasizing quality, satisfaction at the best price around.
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Business Description: Charleston Site Works is an insured LLC that is flexible and enjoys working toward seeing individuals visions come to life. We offer mini excavator services that can operate in a residential or commercial environment. We clear land, remove debris (old cars, junks, trees, etc.), create french drains, dig footings, install sea walls. Additional services include but are not limited to replant smaller trees, demolition, grade land and rock layering, and remove concrete debris. We have a flat rate of $125.00 an hour, with a 3 hour operating minimum. The excavator comes with an operator and fuel is included in the cost. This allows us to be far more affordable than actually renting a piece of equipment. We are local owner/operators with many years experience operating heavy equipment. We are current and former firemen that look forward to working with you on your next project.
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Business Description: We are a loccaly owned and operated Landscape and Construction Supply Company in North Myrtle Beach, SC. We are the one stop shop for any needs outside in the yard. We offer a convenient location in North Myrtle Beach and propmt dependable delivery. See ya soon!
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Business Description: The employees of our company have over 100 years combined experience in the construction business in all aspects of the construction field and have accomplished jobs of all shapes and sizes. Together we have done jobs ranging from multimillion turn key construction to jobs as small as only a few hundred dollars. Our team has the ability and training to complete most any construction needs and services in the construction industry. Everything from land development and site preparation to screening in your existing porch. We offer very competitive rates for all of our services and no job is to big or small for us to handle. Please contact us to discuss your needs and see what our company can offer you to get your project completed by our true professionals.
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Recent Review: After calling Paul's references, we decided to hire him for the job.  His estimate was for $8,500 without sod and $9,500 with sod and approximately 3 months to complete.  We gave him a deposit up front in March of 2010 to begin work in April 2010.  It started off great: He studied the rainfall and flooding over the course of a couple of weeks.  He had a plan.  He immediately began work taking down our 6 foot privacy fence in order for his equipment to gain access to the back yard.  He excavated approxiamtely 60 cubic yards and scraped the dirt and clay layers off of the property.  After hauling off the topsoil, sandy fill dirt, and clay, Paul left the job for several months.  He said he had other jobs on-going, that it was too hot to work in the summer months, and that he was still studying and surveying the property for a better plan.  Our project was abandoned from May through August 2010.  He came back to work in late August with a plan to run the French drain through our neighbors yard to the lower road behind us.  We followed up with easement permits, but were unsuccessful with getting approval from the neighbors to complete the work.  Paul had no "Plan B" to fall back on.  After numerous requests to grade  the property away from the house and install a sump pump, he finally moved forward with this plan.  He underestimated the timeline of the project by 9 months.  It took a year to complete.  While working on our project he managed to damage our neighbor's driveway, burst the our neighbor's water main, ruin our fence, ruin our neighbor's back yard, and leave us with a sandpit for a back yard.  Paul became extremely irritable when we asked questions about how much longer the job would take.  He constantly asked for more money in order to continue working on the job.  We told him our agreement was to pay the balance when the work was completed.  He was unprofessional and raised his voice on several occasions.  We were already half way through the project and had paid him half of the balance.  We looked into other contractors to finish the job, but no one would take it because it was worse than when the project was originally started.  Finally, his father and another landscaping business friend completed the job without him. 

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FPAUL'S LANDSCAPING
After calling Paul's references, we decided to hire him for the job.  His estimate was for $8,500 without sod and $9,500 with sod and approximately 3 months to complete.  We gave him a deposit up front in March of 2010 to begin work in April 2010.  It started off great: He studied the rainfall and flooding over the course of a couple of weeks.  He had a plan.  He immediately began work taking down our 6 foot privacy fence in order for his equipment to gain access to the back yard.  He excavated approxiamtely 60 cubic yards and scraped the dirt and clay layers off of the property.  After hauling off the topsoil, sandy fill dirt, and clay, Paul left the job for several months.  He said he had other jobs on-going, that it was too hot to work in the summer months, and that he was still studying and surveying the property for a better plan.  Our project was abandoned from May through August 2010.  He came back to work in late August with a plan to run the French drain through our neighbors yard to the lower road behind us.  We followed up with easement permits, but were unsuccessful with getting approval from the neighbors to complete the work.  Paul had no "Plan B" to fall back on.  After numerous requests to grade  the property away from the house and install a sump pump, he finally moved forward with this plan.  He underestimated the timeline of the project by 9 months.  It took a year to complete.  While working on our project he managed to damage our neighbor's driveway, burst the our neighbor's water main, ruin our fence, ruin our neighbor's back yard, and leave us with a sandpit for a back yard.  Paul became extremely irritable when we asked questions about how much longer the job would take.  He constantly asked for more money in order to continue working on the job.  We told him our agreement was to pay the balance when the work was completed.  He was unprofessional and raised his voice on several occasions.  We were already half way through the project and had paid him half of the balance.  We looked into other contractors to finish the job, but no one would take it because it was worse than when the project was originally started.  Finally, his father and another landscaping business friend completed the job without him. 
- Gail C....