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    Real Construction
    It was really good. They came to my parents house and quoted them. They literally drew out a design that made the whole thing easy to picture. Rafi was awesome and took his time, didn���t feel rushed and explained how the turf works.
    - Noah O.
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    Legacy Pool & Spa
    I cannot speak to their actual work as they never got to me. I called them and the owner came out and gave me a price of $5600 on the coping work to be done on my pool. About 4 months later I said I was ready to do the work. Some other guy came out from the same company and said that the owner basically didn't know what he was talking about and said it would cost $6700. Hmm. So I said why don't you and the owner come and we'll discuss the difference? He said okay but he couldn't do it that next weekend but he'dl set it up for the following weekend. Surprise, he never called. So, as I said, I do not claim to comment on the quality of their work, just the quality of their company, which feels a little crappy, honestly.
    - Jonathan S.
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    Supreme Remodeling Inc
    Me and my husband had been looking for a good contractor to do some remodeling in our home. We had purchased our home and after a year of saving had decided it was time to start looking at bids. We invited a few contractors. The whole experience was a mixed bag. We met people who would only remodel our kitchen, others that wanted everything done at once and for us to move and some that were just trying to push us into doing work NOW! Supreme was a breath of fresh air. Not only were they able to help with all the projects we needed done they were nice and fairly priced. They came up with a plan that allowed me and my husband to stay in the house while they did the remodeling projects one by one. It's been a few months now and we've finally finished. I'm amazed how nice the work came out and how quick it was done. They remodeled our whole house including kitchen, 2 bathrooms, flooring, plumbing, electrical upgrades, paint and even some exterior work. As I said me and my husband lived in the house through the entire process. They were clean at each step, making sure not to leave tools or trash lying around. The workers were focused and worked their butts off. I'm super happy we were able to finish all this work by the end of the year so we could have our family over for the holidays.

    Thank you Supreme for all your hard work and happy holidays!
    - Charlie G.
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    Tile & Stone Pro
    Eshed and his team are great, they work hard, are polite and get the job done just as promised.  Eshed is hands on and very detail oriented.  I first met with Eshed to get an estimate on recoloring our discolored grout in 2 bathrooms.  I could tell from our conversation that Eshed was an expert in his trade.  
    I have always wanted to polish the concrete floor in our 45 year old garage that was cracked and covered in multiple layers of paint, I asked for Eshed's advise on what could be done,  He explained it could be cleaned and polished, he showed me pictures of similar past projects, but I expected it would cost to much to get it looking right.  I then showed Eshed the dirty old pool coping and asked if it could be stained a darker color.  Eshed said no problem, I will send you an estimate.  Later that day I received the estimate for all the work, I was shocked at how reasonable the estimate was considering all the work that was quoted.  I signed the bid and scheduled for the work to begin. 
    Eshed and his team did a great job on all three projects, the amount of hours they worked to make everything perfect was amazing.  My bathroom grout looked better than new, the pool coping came out great and the most impressive thing was the garage.  They spent 4 days cleaning and polishing the concrete to perfection.  They patched every crack and dent in the concrete and made it look better than I could have hoped.  Tile and Stone Pro is a great company and its owner Eshed does everything possible to make sure the customer is happy.  I have recommended Tile and Stone Pro to my family members and I plan on using their services again on up coming projects.
    - Paul J.
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    Supreme Remodeling Inc
    Me and my wife had been saving money waiting for a house to go up for sale in North Hollywood (we had been targeting the area for a while but everything the realtor showed us wasn't up to snuff). We finally found a place right where we wanted but the house was in bad disrepair. After getting a few ideas on what it would cost to tear down what was there and build our dream home we decided to purchase the property. The first company that came out gave us a price of a little over $900,000 which seemed OK. Luckily my wife decided to check out a few other places and we ended up contacting Supreme. We met with Patrick (who is not only an amazing project manager but also one of the owners of the company) after explaining a few things he brought our cost down to $826,000 which needless to say made our eyes widen a little bit. After meeting with yet another 3 companies we still found Patrick to be the lowest and most experienced we'd talked to. 

    So we moved forward with the project it started in November of 2014 and should be finishing up next month (May 2015). We have been extremely happy with the speed and quality of the work being done. I was a little cautious due to the price difference since it was so much but so far the work has been going great, no delays and no surprise costs which was my biggest worry.

    I check in with Patrick or his office daily and they are always super nice and helpful with letting me know whats going on with my project.
    I can't wait to see what the final product looks like. I will keep you guys posted.

    - Fred F.
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    American Masonry & Contracting
    Stay away from this company at all costs.  This was one of the worst experiences I have ever had dealing with a company and why Angie's List exists.  American Masonry totally misrepresented themselves when they bid on this job and had no clue as to what they were doing.  The job was estimated to be done in 4 weeks and, during the 7th week, Jamie and his crew walked off the job with approx. 40% of the work still not completed, even though we had already paid him over $33,000.  After he walked off the job, Jamie put a Mechanic's Lien on our house for the outstanding balance, even though he didn't finish the work, and sent us a Cease and Desist Letter saying he would sue us for defamation of character if we were to post any bad reviews on Angie's List or other review sites.  We filed a lawsuit against American Masonry for the amount we over paid and our lawyer had the Mechanic's Lien removed; however, PRIOR TO GOING TO COURT, Jamie filed bankruptcy and listed us as a creditor.  This is the type of character you will be dealing with if you hire American Masonry.  I am curious if there are many others who would have given bad reviews but were threatened by Jamie, as we were.  Now, onto all of the details that lead up to this fiasco.
    American Masonry was hired to begin demolition of all the existing brick and cement on the property on April 7, and we were told that the demolition would take 1 week.  As we discussed with Jamie when he came to bid on the job, there was a lot of cement on the property and around the pool (over 4,000 sq ft) and it was very thick.  When we renovated the interior of the house, the inspector had noticed the cement decks in the back were too high since the previous owners had placed a cement slab on top of the existing slab.  So, we decided to remove all cement and convert the area into grass.  Jamie was to meet with our Landscaper at 9:30 to go over all of the details with her and his crew.  Also, he was going to bring samples of the stone and color samples for the stamped concrete.  Jamie arrived alone, with no samples and no crew, and told us that the crew he was going to use was too expensive so he had another crew starting the next day (first red flag).  The next morning, 1 man arrived with a hand-held jack hammer and told us they were still trying to get people together and were working on renting a Bobcat.  The Bobcat was delivered on Wednesday, April 9, and we stood in the window watching 3 young guys reading the instruction manual to try to figure out how to use it.  At this point, my neighbor was texting me about how it looked like they didn't know what they were doing.  Then, 2 of the guys started knocking down the cinder block wall that we shared with our neighbor.  Once again, my neighbor started texting that the guys were knocking the wall towards his house and we had to go out and show them how to knock it down correctly.  I'm not sure where Jamie got these guys but, according to the contract we signed, they were supposed to be full-time employees who are covered by Workerman's Comp, etc.  It took a little over 2 weeks for the demo and, after they walked off the job, we noticed that they didn't fully complete the demo work.  They had removed the top layer of cement in the back and covered the remaining cement with dirt.  Since we were planting sod, there couldn't be any cement under the dirt, which they knew.  So, we had to hire additional workers to come out and remove the remaining cement.
    During the demo, American Masonry got into a disagreement with their disposal service because Jamie's crew wasn't paying attention to how many bins were used.  So, half way through the demo, the disposal company refused to pick up the bins in our street until the matter was cleared up.  American Masonry actually sent me emails asking if I could track down how many bins were used since they didn't know.  So, I had to sit with the workers trying to sort out their paperwork.  After that, I had to pay the disposal company out of my own pocket each time they picked up the bins.
    When they finally started to lay the first patio, Jamie's crew arrived with only 1 flat (2 tons) of slate.  We were using Pennsylvania Blue Multi-Color slate and, as everybody should know, when you use a multi-colored slate, you have to have all of the slate up front so you can mix and match the colors evenly throughout the project.  I told them that we were going to need a lot more than that (we ended up using 10 flats) but was told that Jamie doesn't like to work like that and they proceeded without having all of the slate.  On the day that Jamie walked off the job, he accused me of trying to get him to buy all of the slate up front because he felt I wanted to stiff him on paying him, even though we had already overpaid him for the work he had done.  Also, he kept yelling at me on the phone to fire him.  I believe he knew he was in over his head and was looking for a way out.
    When his crew started on the patio, it was evident that they had no clue as to what they were doing and Jamie was hardly ever on site.  They would stand around trying to figure out what to do and this lead to them only placing 3 stones during an 8 hour day.  I took pictures of what they did and contacted Jamie to tell him that they weren't getting anything done.  That was the first time in a long list of times that Jamie started screaming at me on the phone.  He told me that I needed to stop interfering (which I wasn't) and his guys were fine.  When I explained how little they accomplished that day, he started yelling at me telling me that if I wanted to fire him, then I should just fire him.  I never mentioned anything about firing anybody.  After that phone conversation, Jamie's girlfriend actually called me up to apologize for how he acted on the phone and to promise that everything was going to work out and we should just trust them.  Finally, Jamie came over the next morning to work with his guys and I approached him to explain what had happened.  At that point, he started yelling at me again that he doesn't like to be approached in the mornings because mornings are the times he likes to relax and meditate.   ??????  He spent about 2 hours with his guys "teaching" them how to cut and lay stone and then, he left again, after just telling me that he would be on site for the remainder of the project.  It took his guys just under 2 weeks to finish the back patio, which was one of the smaller projects.  Even worse, the patio is uneven since his guys didn't know how to smooth out the slate to make a flat surface.
    I think Jamie realized that it was evident they didn't know what they were doing at that point because he then hired outside contractors to come in and do the remaining stonework.  On the day that the outside contractors came in to do the 2nd patio, they were able to complete the entire patio in 8 hours.  One of Jamie's workers told me he was embarrassed because they were making Jamie's workers look bad.  That was true.
    While they were working on the patio, my pool man was there to work on converting our pool to a salt water system.   Also, he was going to be applying new pool tiles under the coping once Jamie completed the coping and he explained to Jamie that it was okay to attached form boards to the pool when adding the coping.  Jamie explained that he didn't use form boards and this worried my pool man.  The next day, I received a call from our pool guy to tell me that Jamie had contacted him directly and asked if he could get somebody to install the coping since Jamie didn't feel comfortable doing it.  Why did he take on the job if he didn't feel comfortable doing it?
    Since the other workers were working on the stone work, Jamie explained that we should seal the slate and he was going to seal the patio that his workers completed in order to show us what it would look like.  So, his guys "sealed" the patio.  A few days after sealing the patio, we noticed that the stone was all splotchy.  Apparently,, we found out that Jamie didn't allow the stone to dry long enough before applying the sealer and, on top of that, he used the wrong type of sealer for that stone.  When I told Jamie about the problem, he responded with "Well, we didn't charge you for it."  We had to pay to have the sealant removed and, since it required a deep cleaning, the slate on that patio is now ruined and is deteriorating.  We will need to have that patio replaced in the next year.
    During all of this, they were set to pour the stamped concrete driveway.  I was notified by Jamie's Office Manager via email that although we have paid so much up until now, it would be easier if we pay the concrete company and other workers when they arrive so there aren't any set-backs.  The email states that if we did that, we would not have to pay anything else until the job is 100% completed.  So, we did.
    On the morning that Jamie walked off the job, his worker was picking up another flat of slate and asked if Jamie mentioned that I had to pay for it at the stone yard.  I told him I have an email saying I wasn't to pay for anything else until the job was completed.  That's when Jamie accused me of trying to back out of paying and walked off of the job.
    So, we had to hire workers to complete the work that Jamie left undone after taking our money.  Upon examining Jamie's work, we were notified that we need to keep an eye on the driveway since Jamie didn't float the rebar and we need to replace the patio his guys laid.
    Luckily, I was home during all of this and I have printed emails with all of this documented; yet, Jamie still claims this didn't happen.  Looking at how he responds to other bad reviews, this seems to be how he operates with everybody.
    Beware of shady business practices.  I was told by the lawyer that American Masonry charged us way too much as a deposit.  Do your research so this doesn't happen to you.
    - Richard B.
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    Curtis Construction Services
    After an unpleasant experience we had with a previous contractor, it was a pleasure to have work done by Curtis Construction.
    Daniel went over all the options and helped us select the right one for us. 
    We had a front wooden gate rebuilt and stained which came out exactly how we envisioned it to match the rest of our fence.They also installed new stamped cement and bricks for the porch area.
    Daniel and his crew delivered an outstanding job and their work really helped us to achieve the outcome we where hoping for.
    We are planing to use Curtis Construction for more projects in our home in the near future.
    - Kelly H.
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    Love Remodeling
    Nick is fantastic to deal with.  We started with the roof job for our primary residence with Nick; by the time we met with Nick we already had about half a dozen bids.  Nick was not the cheapest nor the most expensive; it was his authenticity that sold us.  Nick is pleasant to work with and he worked with us and our designers to come up with great ideas.  We were very happy with the results!  So much so that we gave him additional business - driveway stamp concrete, stone work...and Nick has done a fantastic job every time.
    - JOHN W.
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    Supreme Remodeling Inc
    I'm what you might call an 'experienced homeowner' I have been around the block a few times when it comes to remodeling projects. I have to say Supreme Remodeling is one of the best companies I've come across in years.
    My initial contact with Supreme Remodeling was a phone call I received after filling out a request on Home Advisor to get an estimate on remodeling my fairly large garage. I had been considering doing some work in my garge for months but had never had the chance to get around to it. 
    My end goal was to redo the floor with new stained concrete and an epoxy coat as well as add some cabinet and space for my workbench and tools. The garge is large enough to fit 2 cars and still have some space so I knew this woiuld all be possible.
    I met with a number of contractors that ran the gamut from very knoweldgeable and experienced to having know idea what an epoxy coat even was. I met with Supreme toward the end of those estimates and they left a great impression. They knew what they were talking about but didn't force their opinions or ideas on me. They did however offer some pretty neat solutions to the storage issues I was facing. 
    We ended up using a mix of their and my ideas and from there came up with a plan. Once the work was started everything went great and very smooth. I was very happy with the way the work turned out and I practically live in the garage now. 
    Thank You Supreme Remodeling for all your help.
    - John B.
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    Premium Remodeling Inc
    It went smoothly and efficiently. Everybody knew what he was doing, the crew was extremely knowledgeable and punctual.
    They have very high standards of work ethics and are extra class professionals.
    I have never met painters who do not do any mess: they are so neat and so accommodating, it is just hard to believe.
     All the neighbors envy my new driveway and want to remodel with this Company. My house is a model example for every construction company. Looking at the job performed any professional in this business would admit they deserve grade A+.
    I had many repairs and remodelings in the past and my experience was mostly negative. This time with Premium Remodeling I ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE OF IT! I would highly recommend this Company to everybody who is looking for reliable constructors.
    - Ella F.
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