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  • D
    Moe arrived on time for our appointment between 1 and 2 PM on 9/10/16. He listened carefully to what my wife and I wanted to have done, which was essentially a complete renovation of the front yard and driveway and walkway. We stated that we wanted the design and materials used to be at the level of the homes in our early 1970's tract home neighborhood. With regard to the hard-scaping work (the biggest part of the budget), we said we wanted a couple of cost options, from low to high. He stated several times that he is currently booked with jobs until December. He spoke of how those jobs are very big, some in the high 5 figures range. But he says he does the highest quality job that will last. Since my job is so small (his words), he could try to fit my job in to finish before Thanksgiving, but no promises (this conversation took place on 9/10/16). His gave a very nice presentation of his work going back to 2007, including still photos and video of projects he has done from concrete demolition through final reveal. Very nice looking work in terms of design and materials used. The finished products do look amazing. He strongly suggested that we go with stamped concrete. I felt that the estimate we were given was meant more to make it worth his doing the job. When I asked about doing something other than the stamped concrete process, such as concrete with brick (or pavers) accents, or completely in pavers he said there would be no significant price difference. The estimated cost of the demolition of roughly 1000 sq. feet of concrete was to be $3200. The estimated cost to pour the new 1000 sq. feet of reinforced concrete for the driveway and walkway (no steps or anything really complicated) was to be $16000. I'm giving the price as an 'F' due to inaccurately measuring the 650 square feet of concrete as 1000 square feet (the 650 sq. ft. comes from both my after the fact measurements, which matched the measurements taken by another contractor. I'm giving professionalism an 'F' due to repeatedly referring to my project as 'very small', and inaccurately padding the square footage by over 50% (650 to 1000 square feet).
    - David C.
  • A
    Excellent. The only thing I could add is that I did not know until the end of the job that it is important to water the new concrete for several days to aid the curing process of the concrete. We flew in from another state and had to change our plane reservations to accommodate this suggestion which was actually a very important step in the curing process. We were extra careful and didn't drive on the driveway for over a month. At that point the concrete is 95% cured. Therefore the driveway and surrounding work looks amazing!
    - Lisa M.
  • A
    I purchased the deal, but was unable to use it. The owner was a tremendous help. He was able to guide me in a better direction on how to go about getting the type of work I needed done and he was very knowledgeable.
    - Louise J.
  • A
    Mark and his team did an outstanding job from start to finish. We had three bids and we were confident in Integrated Paver Systems. After they submitted some sample stones and making our stone/color selection, Mark and I met near my work to go over final paper work and scheduled the install date. They tore out the original concrete driveway and walkway to front door, including a root system that had gotten under the concrete. Paving stones were then installed in a recommended "I" pattern for the driveway front door walkway and a new walkway to the side gate. They estimated two days for the job, but finished in one. However, it was not a rush job. They cleaned up very well and you wouldn't have known they were there by 7pm that night. We now have an excellent driveway and already received several compliments from neighbors. I plan to use Integrated Paver Systems again for a small walkway at the side of the house next summer. And that's the thing, no job is too big or small for them. They didn't try to charge a fee for the small size of the project, like another company did in their quote. Good work, fellas!
    - Steve H.
  • F
    Quality Remodeling & Design contacted me in response to a request I submitted on HomeAdvisor.com for a cost estimate to remodel a small bathroom.  A salesman named Dave came to my house and gave me a quote of $5,094.  We signed a contract which stated that the work would begin on March 20, 2014, and be completed by March 28, 2014.  Dave told me that he personally would be project manager and come to my house every day to oversee the work.  I showed Dave the other home improvement projects I planned to do at a later date as I could afford it.  The next day, he showed up with a contract listing all the work I told him I wanted to do with a total price of $61,000.  He told me that the price included a 20% ?discount,? which would have made the total contract price without the discount a whopping $76,250!  In addition to that, I would still have to purchase the fixtures like cabinets, lighting, tile, etc.  He told me that that was a reasonable price for all the work involved.  I am a senior citizen on a fixed income, and I told him that I didn?t have the money and couldn?t afford to do all the work at once.  He said that he could get me financing.  Foolishly, I trusted him and signed the contract.  Afterward, I felt very uneasy about committing to such a large expenditure and told him I was canceling that contract.  The next day, Dave brought Sean with him to convince me that it was a good price, they would arrange all the financing, I could afford it, that they had already purchased
    materials, etc.  I felt pressured into signing the contract, but, still feeling very uncomfortable, I told Dave the following day that I would not commit to that contract.  Then the company CEO, Haim Shiri(?Jeff?), called me and claimed that I owed him $3,000 for arranging financing, plus another $5,000 for the materials they already purchased.  I told him that I wanted to see proof that he paid $3,000 in fees to finance companies (I checked with those companies later, and they said that they do not charge any fees for getting financing).  He backtracked on that point.  I told him that we would purchase any materials he already bought and we would pick them up at his warehouse.  He then said that he was returning the materials and that there would be a $700 restocking charge.  I asked him why he was returning the materials when I offered to purchase them.  At that point, he ended the conversation.
    I still kept the contract for the bath remodel, which was supposed to be finished on March 28.  Five weeks later, the only work that had been done was 1) a floor plan was drawn, 2) the old tile in the shower surround was removed, and 3) a new plumbing pipe was installed to convert the bath to a shower.  I send notice to Dave and Jeff that I was canceling the contract for breach of contract and non-performance, and that I wanted my $1,509 deposit back.  Then the company CEO, Haim Shiri, called me and claimed that I owed him another $1,000.  I told him that the $1,509 I already paid far exceeded the value of the work that was actually done.  I asked him to prove that I owed him more money, and he shot back, ?I don?t have to prove anything to you,? threatened to put a lien on my property, and hung up on me.  My attorney later sent a demand letter, but no money has been refunded.  I have filed a complaint with the Contractors State License Board and a Small Claims suit.
    Incidentally, I later obtained an estimate from another contractor for the same work that Quality Remodeling & Design proposed to do for $61,000.  This contractor?s estimate was $31,000, which included his profit margin.  Compared to $61,000, that would be more than $30,000 in profit for Quality Remodeling.  Also, the remodeling for the small bathroom could have been done for $3,600 as compared to $5,094.  The lesson learned here is to always get at least three estimates before signing a contract.  Also, by law, a construction contract must include a cancellation clause.  Don?t let anyone make you feel guilty about canceling the contract if you don?t feel comfortable with it.  If you are a senior or have elderly relatives, I suggest that you avoid this company.  I?m not the only one who has had a bad experience.  Check out the reviews on Yelp.com and Buildzoom.com.  This company is definitely NOT recommended.
    - Eleonore G.
  • A
    System Pavers are excellent - Emily Kaye-Eddie was wonderful from start to finish. Highly recommend them.
    - Lisa O.
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    - Ajay K.
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    - Fred F.
  • A
    Chuck Navarro and his crew were on time and hard working.  Job was completed within 3 days and it looks excellent.
    - Graeme L.
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