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    Pavers & Concrete
    everything was awesome they came on time and clean after every day Luis was very helpful to answer my wife and i questions The project was done on time and am very pleased with the outcome, great price and good customer service highly recommend them.
    - ROGER C.
  • A
    Select Pavers
    Awesome. Can't say enough great things. We loved working with Luiz from day 1. He was always professional, punctual, personable, and came with the highest work ethic. He was great in offering suggestions as we were still figuring the project out, was very patient, and his crew implemented everything quickly and efficiently.  Quailty was great, and we absolutely love our new 'yard'! We would recommend Select Pavers in a heartbeat. (and we have!)
    - Lisa M.
  • A
    Peninsula Concrete Contractors Inc
    The work was completed exactly on schedule!  The crew was punctual, worked efficiently and cleaned up behind themselves every day. Every aspect from demolition, framing, the concrete pour and brick inlay went smoothly.  I really appreciated the workers' attention to detail.  The brick work was done by a true craftsman.  Watching him place each brick and carefully adjust it to make sure the spacing was consistent and it was level with the surrounding concrete was awe inspiring.
    I couldn't be happier with the end result. They corrected drainage problems that lead to puddling at our entryway and the results are beautiful.  It is exactly what we requested.
    Finally, Dennis is a joy to work with.  He's provided great communication and is highly professional. He's one of the best contractors I've dealt with in 20 years in my home.
    I would recommend Peninsula Concrete without reservation!
    - Thomas Q.
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    PEACE OF MIND STRUCTURAL INC
    The french drain was good. The retaining wall was good (2 ft high, unfinished). The earthquake retrofit was fine too.

    The house leveling, not so good. They tried to lift the main level of our house without first cutting the main level from the base level, which I had explicitly required that they add to the contract. The side of our house cracked when they did this. Fortunately I was home at the time and stopped them. They didn't fix the cracks though, since that wasn't in the contract. So, they cut the house as they were supposed to, after the siding was already damaged. They lifted the top part about 2 to 3 inches, creating a cut that was 2 to 3 inches wide around the house. But, filling in the new holes wasn't in the contract either. So, we waited 6 months for them to fix it. They did a terrible job, and I had to hire others to redo that job.

    The do NOTHING that isn't completely delineated in the contract. For example, the contract was to install 2 doors. They did install the 2 doors, but they did not install the door frames for those doors (which takes about 30 minutes to do) because the frames were not in the contract. with a $79,000 contract, you would think they could throw in an hour! As a home owner, I am NOT a structural engineer. They are supposed to be the professionals and should both know and tell you what needs to be done. instead, they use the excuse that and quot;you never said you wanted that doneand quot; to not do stuff or nickel you into more.

    They also did our driveway. They didn't bother cutting back the ivy roots which had caused the original driveway to buckle. They poured the concrete right after a huge rain storm, so the driveway is cracked, allowing water in, growing the roots of the ivy which caused the original problem. Most likely because 'cutting back the ivy' and 'making sure the weather and conditions were appropriate for pouring concrete' were not explicitly in the contract.

    The owner is a whiny guy. Seems really nice and honest before you hire him, but whines when you ask him to do more work. Also, one of their workers stole the registration sticker off of our motorcycle.
    - estelle w.
  • A
    Metamorphosis Landscaping
    The designing stage was the most fun. It started years before work began. After interviewing several landscapers, Metamorphosis was the only one who gave us the confidence that they could handle this large demanding project. We started with a bare bones concept, due to the large size of the area. We went on two "Garden Tours" conducted by Metamorphosis to help us gather ideas & concepts. It was after the second Garden Tour that our project blossomed forth beyond the basics, with ideas coming out from both the designer & us, the client. The dinner meetings to discuss the designs & ideas were a pleasure, imagining what our new back yard was going to look like when it was all over. I noticed other curious customers in the restaurant glancing over at the project drawings & smiling. While my wife was more focused on the vegetation, I was interested in the intricate engineering that was to be involved. Yet Metamorphosis was well educated in both aspects. Wile Metamorphosis was most helpful in the designing of our project, they were also a key to the success of working with city engineers who gave us hurdles to jump at every turn. The city requirements can make you pull your hair out, but the requirements are there for a purpose. Working with the city makes for a smoother process in completing the project & Metamorphosis spent many daytime hours meeting with the city inspectors & engineers, reducing my need to take time off from work. This truly was the negative part of the project. The city had so many specific requirements for a hill-side project that we ran into cost-overruns. Metamorphosis worked tirelessly to make the city mandated changes to the project and keep the same aesthetics to the design. I would suggest everyone find out what their city requirements will be for a project before starting. So much for the negative, back to the positive. While it seemed the city got in the way, it did make for an overall safer project. The transition took two years to complete. Year one was removing the old vegetation & structures and building the infrastructure for the new. We briefly lived with a barren wasteland over the winter months, thinking about the new yard to come. The yard seemed strangely small at this time. When the old deck was removed, we found the previous owner and actually attached the old deck to the house. We had to hire someone to stucco & paint the house to cover where the old deck had been. This also meant the old deck was using the house to support it. The new deck would meet the house, but not be attached to it. It would be totally self supporting with pillars sunk down 9 feet blow the surface to bedrock. And then the spring came, along with the new trees & bushes. The completion of the staircase seemed like the completion of the trans-continental railway. Travel could now be safely & quickly made between the top & bottom of the back yard. That one icon felt like the turning point in the project, we were nearing the end. The engineering of that staircase was more involved than it seemed. It is actually designed as two individual retaining walls sloping diagonally up the hillside that happen to have a walk way between them. Another plus about the staircase is that it does not overwhelm the hillside, visually it blends in as it rises up the hill side-ways. It is not a monster stone structure on a flowery hillside, it is a complimenting accent. When we talked about the large side of the deck that would be seen from the yard below we decided that plain wood boarding would only create a monster structure at the top of the hill that would not fit in with a flowering hillside. Lattice siding was suggested instead of solid wood and Metamorphosis immediately came up with the idea of vines that would grow over the lattice & create a vegetation wall of leaves & flowers that would fit in perfectly with the rest of the hillside. Now the deck was as invisible as the stone staircase, giving a get-away retreat feel to the back yard. The final sign-off by the city approving the completion of the project was a celebration day. We could now look at the new yard & stairs and wonder how we lived without it. It just all seems so perfect. We just don't want to think about the old back yard. We have a back yard of micro-climates, and Metamorphosis had to strategically select which plants would survive in different areas. Burning sunlight bakes some areas while others are in cool shade all day. After one year of completion, we found their selections to be true. Only a small handful of plants did not make it through the climate changes, the dozens of other plants are still there thriving. A new Maple tree had been planted to help shade the scorching side of the yard the year before, and that will help with the micro-climate factor.
    - Paul M.
  • A
    AJ Peet Construction
    My overall experience with this company was perfect. He was very professional and timely. He did what he said he was going to do and was easy to work with on changes as he was very flexible. He was very fair.
    - Robin H.
  • A
    RJ Pollock Concrete Service
    Aaron was extremely responsive. He came out and told me exactly how the gutter would be laid out. They did the work when they promised. They were very neat and cleaned up after the job was done. Overall I was very pleased.
    - JENNIFER Z.
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    FOUNDATION TECH
    Bruce inspected the foundation of our home. The foundation was in good shape, but we needed drainage work. We hired him back as a consultant to review our drainage plans. He is very knowledgeable about local soils, codes and foundation repair technologies.
    - TODD W.
  • A
    JAMCO CONCRETE CUTTING INC
    Jamco did the estimate over the phone. We scheduled the day and they showed up on time. The person surveyed the scene. He had easy access to the driveway but the access to the side of the house was very limited. He used a very large concrete cutting saw on the driveway and a "patio" saw on the side of the house. Both saws require a water supply, which we had. The cutting took about 1.5 hours. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is horrific sounding. I was glad to have notified my neighbor ahead of time. The cuts were straight and exactly as needed. The employee was very nice. It took them about 30 minutes longer than anticipated, but they only charged what they estimated.
    - TODD W.
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    - Susan V.
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