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  • A
    System Pavers
    Superb job���System Pavers designed and planned out the project very well (for drainage and angles etc). The construction crew could think problems thru well and make good decisions based on the goals and conditions���they were very hard workers. The overall look of the project was even better than we suspected it would be. But the driveway looks too nice to park cars on���I think we'll have to have a party on our driveway this summer!!
    - Idie M.
  • A
    Certified Concrete
    They were quick to quote, as well as schedule my job. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The work done is fantastic. It looks really great. I certainly say to everyone forget about the backyarders who never seem to answer their phone and check them out you���ll not be disappointed.
    - Michael C.
  • A
    CC Concrete LLC
    We had a somewhat unique project- our driveway had a storm drain with an opening we wanted to enlarge. We also wanted to regrade the driveway such that the section from the garage to the drain will slope into the drain. The project required careful and thoughtful planning, as there had to be an opening prepared prior to pouring of the concrete, and it had to fit the grates that we purchased for the drain cover. Cesar gave a reasonable estimate, said it will take one day, and gave a date when he can do it. Him and his crew showed up exactly on the day and time they said they would. THey then performed the work like a masterfully conducted orchestra. Everything was timed perfectly-from demoing the existing driveway, to preparing the forms just in time for the concrete truck to come and pour it in, and finally finish the top surface. The drain came out perfectly matching the grates and all the sloping was done correctly to make the drain clear the water properly. We were very impressed. It is a few months now after work was done and all still looking good, and the drain doing it's job well. I HIGHLY recommend Cesar and his crew- quality, highly professional work at fair pricing.
    - Anat S.
  • F
    Enviroshapes Concrete
    This experience was a nightmare. Work was done in Boulder, Colorado in summer of 2017. Contractor was Jay Allman, owner of EnviroShapes Concrete. He is a slick talker, said all the right things when we first spoke with him but did not follow through, instead took shortcuts. Trusting him was the biggest mistake we ever made. Problems we had: ��� The slope is incorrect so water pools inside in multiple places on the driveway and garage floor. ��� Driveway and garage floor are spalling already. Consistency of concrete poured for garage floor and driveway is substandard due to excessive hardening prior to the pour. This was caused by delays in not having the site prepared properly before the concrete truck arrived. This was absurdly bad by the time they reached the end of the driveway. They tried to use the hardened concrete anyway, smooth it over and pass it off as right. We insisted the last two panels be removed and replaced, but we should have had the entire driveway and garage replaced. Feel free to walk up our driveway and you will see concrete already breaking away (called spalling) near the garage door. ��� Contractor insisted it was not necessary to call Miss Utility. Then when driveway was removed, a cable was uncovered. Instead of protecting the cable, they proceeded to run over it repeatedly while working, until it was shredded. ��� Contractor did not dig out and remove soil under driveway as he said he would. ��� Contractor did not cover dirt in driveway with filler rock. When questioned, he said it wasn���t necessary though when being hired he said it was critical. ��� Contractor did not tamp down the dirt properly. ��� Contractor did not dig deep enough trenches for pvc pipes. Fixed on our insistence, but delayed the pour time. ��� Contractor used wire mesh for reinforcement instead of rebar. Left gaps in the wire mesh reinforcement because they ran out of material. Fixed on our insistence. They never used lifters to lift the mesh off the ground so it would sit at the right height in the concrete. ��� Contractor did not use laser level though he said he would. When questioned, he insisted string was better. ��� Contractor did not lay a wood on both sides of driveway. This made a messy edge on the east side. Though contractor said he would use molds, no molds were laid until we insisted and then only on one side. This resulted in one side of the driveway having a straight edge and the other side having an unattractive uneven edge as cement spread out against the landscaping rocks. We insisted it later be cut with a saw to improve it. ��� Collateral damage to house caused by excessive force in breaking up concrete garage floor which was attached to foyer concrete floor. Used a mini front end loaded instead of a jack hammer. Caused damage to house, existing settlement cracks to widen and caused new settlement cracks. ��� Contractor had promised to use rebar to stabilize garage floor with foyer concrete floor but still had not drilled the holes when cement trucks arrived. Kept saying it would be done, but turns out they did not have the drill with them. Severe delays ensued trying to get hold of Jay. They finally rented a drill and drilled the holes. Concrete was then past use for garage floor and driveway, but they used anyway. ��� The concrete mix he used is suspect, seemed to have way too many rocks. ��� Concrete splattered on garage walls and landscaping rocks. ��� Power washing prior to sealing started the spalling in garage. General recommendations for dealing with any concrete contractor: ��� Always call 811 Miss Utility to identify underground cables even if your contractor says it is not necessary. There was a phone company cable laying on the dirt under the driveway, it was not buried and was destroyed. To avoid delaying the job, a pvc pipe was laid to save room for the cable when it is repaired. ��� Make sure you understand the best practices of concrete pouring for driveways before talking to contractors. Do not depend on your contractor. Write everything down and make sure your contract states exactly how the work will be done and the materials to be used. ��� Things to understand and have in your contract include preparation of the ground, including removal of existing dirt, placement and type of filler material, tamping of filler material, and leveling, drainage, use of expansion joints, the formulation of the concrete, the thickness of the poured concrete, reinforcement, and moldings for the sides. Discuss these things with multiple contractors to understand what they plan to do; write it all down and make sure it is in the contract. ��� If you add any additional pipes or water lines under the driveway, ensure a trench is dug deep enough to be well buried beneath the filler material. ��� Understand who will be doing the actual work, who amongst the crew is the supervisor and the supervisor will be present at all times, and who speaks English. ��� Supervise the job yourself. Regardless of what the contractor says they will do, you will only know what was done and how well if you are there watching each step. ��� Don���t let the concrete pour be scheduled too close to the preparation because you need time to inspect the preparation and fix any problems. ��� Once concrete arrives it has a very limited amount of time to be used, then its quality diminishes very quickly. This means it is critical there are not delays once concrete arrives due to unfinished preparations. ��� Talk to your contractor about protecting your yard and landscaping, including rocks lining your driveway. ��� Before contractor work check with Boulder���s City Planning Dept for best practices. ��� Verify licensing. ��� Just because a contractor gets a good review on Angie���s List, doesn���t mean they are good. Many people just come home and see a smooth concrete surface and have no idea what is underneath.
    - Cathy B.
  • A
    Garage Door Systems Inc
    Brandon was thorough and professional. He realigned our garage door which had been installed several years ago by a big-box store. The door is functioning better than when it was first installed! I have already passed on your company info to several friends needing your services. Wish I had known about G.D.S Inc years ago, but won't let anyone else make the same mistake. Excellent service, thank you. Alex H.
    - Alex H.
  • A
    Enviroshapes Concrete
    Extremely well! Enviroshapes worked with us on making sure our clients had access to the building at all times so as not to disrupt our businesses. They were on time every day and worked hard until the job was finished. The project was completed on time and Jay came back three weeks later to help install a new bike rack for us. He kept his word on this even though we had already paid him for the job.
    - Erika L.
  • A
    Enviroshapes Concrete
    Jay and the EnviroShapes crew did a great job. We were in frequent email contact about scheduling and costs, and all my queries were answered expeditiously. We even recommended them to our neighbors, who also hired them for a driveway repair.
    - Virginia A.
  • C
    Garage Door Repair Longmont
    Major miscommunication on the price of the cables. I thought David said "$25 for the pair" but the final bill was $225 for the pair. The entire price for two new springs, two new cables and a repair on a Sunday was $715 which seems really high to me. Shame on me for not getting it in writing and shopping around. Nevertheless, $715 seems like a lot. No signs on van and no name on invoice. Hmmm.
    - Mark H.
  • A
    Front Range Garage Door Co
    The door and opener replacement went smoothly and we love our new garage door in that it definitely added curb appeal to our home. We're especially impressed that Front Range was able replace an indoor switch for the door without any problems. Other companies we called could not give us a simple solution to what looked like a straightforward request.
    - Jinna L.
  • A
    A Better Garage Door
    I called yesterday and was able to get an appointment for 1 day later. Mike arrived early within the 2 hour window and got the job done in 1/2 hour. He was courteous, knowledgable, and diagnosed the problem quickly. He charged a reasonable amount for a tune up. I have no complaints at all.
    - ALAN S.
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