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  • Joe Kincaid was a pleasure to work with and made several great suggestions to save us money. He and his entire team were organized, professional, and punctual. Kincaid made a project that for us was rather large and complicated, easy and almost effortless. The finished guest house is beautiful! We also had a new counter and cabinet installed in the main house with a new dishwasher installation. We plan to make more renovations to our home in the near future and wouldn't consider working with any other contractor. Joe Kincaid is the best!!!
    - Yvonne F.
  • Always on-time (or early!), clean, professional. Price was better than we expected. He went above and beyond though. Jim suggested that he could raise a gate and cement under the threshold and taper up to meet the house slab, which was WAY better than our idea. We LOVE how it turned out! I'll never settle for another. Jim's my concrete guy now.
    - Mark D.
  • I will never use anyone else but Luis and his crew the work was so good all of my neighbors now use him his hard work and dedication to perfection is top notch / I highly recommend using Luis and his team from trimming to falling trees to The iincredibly creative landscape and authentic and creative construction he has done for our properties. A+++
    - Pablo K.
  • The project went very well. 3 weeks was approximated for the job and even though we had a hiccup with an unexpected underground drain, the job was finished in less than 3 weeks. City inspections went off without any issues. All working on the project were pleasant and were mindful of keeping the area tidy and out of the way of our driveway so we could come and go as necessary.
    - Dale A.
  • David and crew performed a difficult job waterproofing two large decks on my 100-year-old home. New drains were installed to replace ineffective old ones. He communicated with me every step of the way. The price was reasonable for the size of the job.
    - Kris S.
  • The job consisted of demolishing almost 20 yards of concrete patio and two masonry block flower gardens approximately 3 feet wide 20 feet long and 4 feet high.
    Re-rough a water line for the sprinkler system and add an electrical line for the automatic sprinkler system.
    Excavate an area from the side walk into the back your for a driveway going into the back yard. The detentions were approximately 20feet by 20 feet.
    All the work went along quite well and on schedule. All of his employees acted with a great deal of professionalism.  
    After completion of the job the clean up of the job site was completed and when they left the area looked as it had before the came.
    A side note.  I was in construction for over 40 years as a construction Safety Director. From a professional view Mr. Straw and his people were a top notch group. That I would recommend with out a second thought.
    David R. Allan
    - David A.
  • Sept. 45 2016. It saddens me to write this negative review of Wayne and Tyson Andrew of Andrew Landscape Construction. In 2008 they did a beautiful job of landscaping our small entryway. They are very artistic and we were extremely pleased. Knowing this, Wayne asked me to write a review on Yelp. I told him I do not go on any kind of social or professional websites but for him I would. This is my second time on one such website. We called Andrew Landscape again in 2014 to re-landscape our back yard with drought-tolerant, low maintenance plants/shrubs as we are gone for extended periods of time. Knowing this, they put a landscaping fabric for weed control on the ground first, and then rocks (MANY, MANY rocks!) or wood chips on top pf the fabric. The fabric was also required by the city of Riverside if you wanted the rebate. The fabric and rocks went right up to the base of the 75 new plants, plus our old pre-existing shrubs. They put in a drip system with emitters, which also were buried under the rocks and sometimes the fabric. Because of this, as time progressed, we realized we could not check the emitters to see if they were working. Within the first year, all the flax, all the statice plants, many day lilies, and 1 grevillea died. We contacted them numerous times (and sent pictures) to get them out to help us or give us ideas on how to proceed. Either we were “making too much out of it” or they were “working out-of-town but would stop by.” Seeing that it was up to us to figure it out, in the past 2 years we have spent COUNTLESS hours in our “low maintenance” back yard, crawling around on our hands and knees, removing rocks and cutting tough fabric away from the plants with a box cutter, initially to find the emitters to check if they were working. If emitters were working and plants still dying, we realized we then had to check the soil to see if it was getting too much water or too little. This involved more crawling around and removing MANY MORE rocks in a wide swath around the base of the plants and cutting away the fabric - from both old, pre-existing shrubs and the new ones. That’s when we were stunned to discover the condition of the soil underneath the fabric: hard, compacted, cracked, and white, sometimes saturated and with deep holes (usually on the side where the emitter was), sometimes bone dry. Many of the plants had their roots on the surface, under the fabric, instead of going down into the ground. Some of the roots had rotted. Many had their roots exposed because of depressions and holes in the soil. Sometimes the plant had grown right into the fabric. (Pictures below). Google “Use of landscaping fabric and rocks around the base of plants.” It is almost all negative and describes exactly what we found underneath the fabric. We then went through bags of top/potting soiling, packing the holes and filling in the depressions at the bases of the plants. Essentially we had to un-do and then re-do much of their landscaping. (Might I add we both are in our seventies). Our gardener even raised his fee because of the difficulty and increased time he spends in cleaning up leaves and his hedge clippings from the rocks and wood chips in our “Low Maintenance” back yard. I vacillate between being mad and hurt. We got to know Wayne and Tyson, having had them for 2 landscaping jobs. We considered them friends. Although we spent a lot of money, they did work hard, so much so that we split half of our $3,000 rebate with them. I waited 2 years to write this, hoping they would be out as promised. I am so disappointed in their seemingly lack of concern for our plight. Had Wayne informed us that this is what we would have discovered under the fabric, NEVER would we have let them use it, rebate or not. And if they had taken just a little bit of time to come over in the past 2 years, to at least see for themselves, what we are contending with, I wouldn't be writing this. They are good at visualizing design but I cannot recommend them for the reasons above. They will do their job, but once it is done and you have paid them, don’t count on them being back if the need arises, especially if they are busy and there are serious, time-consuming problems to be corrected. And don’t EVER put landscaping fabric and rocks around the base of plants (especially the fabric)!
    - Barbara N.
  • I had recently moved into a new home and the backyard was a bit more than I could handle. I was tired of stepping into mud every time I moved my trashcans from the side of my house to the street. The grass was overgrown right outside the windows and was beginning to look like a jungle. I finally picked up the phone and scheduled work for that same weekend. They showed up early and with lightning speed had set the forms for the work. I was led around the work area and we verified that everything was to my liking. After they poured, the cleaned up everything around the concrete even though they hadn't left the mess. They were professional and courteous the entire time and did not hesitate to stop and answer my questions. I would definitely use them again and even referred them to some of my neighbors and friends.
    - Fabiola R.
  • They did more than what was asked for in the original quote. This may have occurred because the initial job may not have taken as long as expected and I greatly appreciated the extra work. The extra work entailed more grinding of other high spots on the driveway that I did not notice initially. Overall I was completely satisfied with the work that Tim Straw's company did on our driveway and plan to use them for future work.
    - Marc S.
  • To our house we hired Fine Builders to do some foundation work repair on our home, and we are very happy with the work that they did that we will recommend them to anyone we know and without any concern that they won’t be able to complete any job. The foundation work that we needed, required quite a bit of work, I did have 5 bids for that do I will know what I get into in regards to money wise and timing. Nir's estimate was competitive and made a lot of sense, but what impressed us mostly was the fact that Nir appeared to be honest and reliable contractor. He didn't try to sell me any additional, unnecessary work. Additionally, Nir's team was great, top notch workmanship and very experienced. They accommodated my schedule, were friendly and hardworking, and they even clean when the job was done.  Nir also did a great job acquiring all the permits and dealing with the city inspector.  Hopefully, I will not need any additional foundation work, but if I do, I will certainly use E Coast and Nir again.
    - Sandy L.
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