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    Method Paving
    Quote/Planning:  Clear discussion, answering all questions (even pulling/prompting new questions from me I didn't think of).  Thorough discussion of options, choices and the process.
    Execution:  Arrived on time, worked quickly and efficiently.  Great attention to detail and follow-through to complete the job 100%.
     
    Results:  Beautiful driveway.  Many compliments from neighbors and friends. 
    - Jeff K.
  • A
    Method Paving
    This job required scheduling the concrete demolition work prior to a separate project to replace water and sewer services in front yard, and returning about 7 days later to complete the paving work.
    Rick's crew did a fantastic job scheduling their work around the sewer and water project and stayed on schedule to complete the job. This driveway project was challenging because it curves and slopes down to the street. Also, part of the driveway required additional reinforcement which Rick and his crew handled extremely well.
    This driveway and porch was installed about 8 months ago and shows no sign of any problems or issues. We get a lot of positive comments about our new driveway and are well pleased with the result.
    - Richard S.
  • A
    Method Paving

    We chose Method Paving, Inc. to do our driveway based on the write-ups in Angie?s List, mainly the customer write-ups and the multiple service awards.

    We contacted the main office. Their estimator, Nathan, contacted us and set up an appointment. He was very nice and very informative. He quoted a price during our visit. He also recommended that we visit the Calstone plant in Sunnyvale to look at samples. That was a really good suggestion. Behind the office at the Calstone plant, there is a display area of the various paving stone styles and typical installation patterns. The Calstone office can provide you with a map that indicates what the names of the paving stones are in the different sections of the display. They also have samples of the different paving stones that you can take home. That was a big help in helping us pick the type of paving stones that we wanted and the pattern we wanted them to be installed. We chose the Brown-Beige-Charcoal paving stone style to complement the gray color on our house and the brown shingles and red front door. We chose the Old Town 2 pattern because it was not too busy an arrangement. We wanted the driveway to still look like a driveway that complimented the house without being the main attraction when someone looked at the house.

    When we made the final decision to accept their offer, we asked Nathan to come back. We finalized the contract and he drew up a sketch of how the driveway and walkway would be laid out. That was July 8. The start of the job was scheduled by the main office to happen on August 11.

    The week before, PG&E came out to make sure that there were no power lines or gas lines involved with our job. UtiliQuest also came out to mark where the cable TV lines were located.

    On August 11, the demolition crew showed up. Using a Bobcat, they demolished the old concrete driveway and excavated down 10 inches. The walkway was demolished by hand and excavated down 7 inches. Our main water line and the pipes for our front yard sprinkler ran under our walkway. The sprinkler pipes were evidently damaged during the excavation but they were repaired before we ever knew anything about it. After the excavation was complete, a composite sheet was laid along the bottom and then covered with foundation stone. Then they compacted the stones. Then they spent time making sure the stone foundation was level. Then they started laying the pavers and then cut the curves. They left the borders for last. The border pavers were set in concrete. Then polymeric sand was applied, compacted in, and watered to make it set tightly. The front porch was done last because it needed specially cut pavers.

    Nathan was very cordial and supportive with any concerns we had. He also made suggestions along the way that enhanced the quality of the final product. Watching them work, you could tell that the workers paid attention to detail and had pride in their work.

    The job started on the morning of August 11 (Monday) and finally finished on August 16 (Saturday). It would?ve been done earlier but the special cut pavers needed for the front porch were delayed coming from Calstone.

    Overall, we are very pleased with the results. We have received many compliments from our neighbors and passersby about our new driveway. The curved lines along the border really enhance the quality of the finished product. We?re looking forward to our next project with Method Paving next year.

    Lesson learned: If you have your driveway done, you?ll probably need to have your garage door open during the demolition phase if they use a Bobcat like our contractor did. It can get pretty dusty during the demolition phase. You might want to consider putting up some plastic near the opening of the garage to prevent most of the dirt and dust from getting into the garage.

    The total cost of our job was $10,150. The driveway and walkway along the front of the house was approximately 620 square ft and cost $8650. The front porch was approximately 32 square ft and cost $1500.


    - Jeff H.
  • A
    Sanchez Concrete Construction
    Roger was on time for the estimate and very professional. He gave me some creative ideas and discussed the pros and cons of each. He took the time to explain it in detail and gave me the bid right on the spot. I also obtained three other bids. Sanchez was not the lowest or the highest but they were the only ones to take the time to get creative and offer suggestions and alternatives. They were also the only ones to provide an immediate estimate. I scheduled the work and then they had a cancellation and asked if they could start sooner which was fine with me. They showed up on time and the crew was very efficient, courteous and professional. The work was completed in short order, it looks great and no mess was left whatsoever. They will be my concrete guys if and when I ever need it again. I would not hesitate to refer them to anyone.

    - Dave M.
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    All American Paving
    They charged me a good price. The person who came provided excellent service. He came a week before to inspect and then he did the job. I did not like one little part so he came the next day to fix it.
    - Daisy W.
  • A
    Sanchez Concrete Construction
    Took about 3 days. Everything went well.
    - Tony F.
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    Alexander & Sons Inc
    Alexander and Sons did an EXELLANT job. All work was completed as promised.
    - Chris H.
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