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  • A
    System Pavers
    System Pavers rescued us from a bad situation with a contractor who started a patio construction for us but never finished. We came into this project with fear and trepidation because we had a bad experience with another patio build that didn't go well. The bid was inexpensive, but we learned a hard lesson that "you get what you pay for". The job took 9 months and the quality was so terrible that it was necessary to tear it out and rebuild our patio from scratch. THAT IS WHY WE HIRED SYSTEM PAVERS - to redo a poorly built patio and give us the quality that we wanted. They had done another job for us several years ago, and so we were familiar with their integrity and their commitment to quality. From now on, we will call them first.Our experience with System Pavers has been superior from start to finish. Justin Hugill from System Pavers, was great in our initial contact. He was quick to catch on to our vision for the finished project and was very helpful in mapping out the design. The crew from Dos Lunas were not just construction guys, but actual hardscape craftsmen. They are experts in their field and are meticulous about doing their job right. Every day the work went on as planned - they were never late or absent and displayed an unusual work ethic in every aspect of the job. Justin was always available to answer questions or resolve issues. The whole project was finished within a week of the beginning and we are now enjoying a beautiful, high-end outdoor living space that makes the most of our mountain home. So, SO glad that we hired System Pavers! This is a patio to enjoy and be proud of! What a difference!
    - Linda H.
  • A
    Add-A-Deck of the Rockies
    I highly recommend Tony of Add-A-Deck to anyone considering a new deck project. Every aspect of my project was explained throughly before the project was started. I was shown examples of different decking materials, colors, and railings to chose from. Once I made my selections Tony handled everything else, including plans, drawings, permits, and inspections. The quality of the deck and workmanship is some of the best I have ever seen. When the County came out to inspect the completed deck I asked for their opinion of the deck and the Inspector stated the work was excellent. Tony and his crew, Walker and Austin, were a pleasure to work with and are true craftsmen that really care about their work and finished results. I could not be more pleased with my new Trex deck and the service I received from Add-A-deck. Thanks Tony
    - Ray M.
  • A
    Deck Doctor Llc
    Brandon's crew did a tremendous job of shoring up our older deck (21 year old). They removed and replaced several joists, removed an old staircase from the upper deck to the mid deck and build a replacement railing on the upper deck. Lastly the crew removed a portion of the lower deck and installed new foundations and a four supporting structure to support the weight of the hot tub. The work crew was amazing to watch as they were very professional, safety conscious and their work was top shelf. The even did a great job of cleaning up post work. I could not be more pleased with the results of the work.
    - Daniel M.
  • D
    Sealwize Denver West
    Looked great at first, but exposed areas starting bleaching out within 6 months. In fairness to the contractor he did refinish the decks at his expense in the summer of 2016. However, again within 6 months the exposed areas were bleached nearly white. When we contacted him about the failure of the stain in spring of 2017 he offered to redo it for $700 this year. We made an initial $4000 investment in the summer of 2015 with a statement from the contractor that we could expect at least 3 years from the finish. He thinks if the wood is not absorbing water that everything is fine. We feel we could expect it to be aesthetically pleasing for far more than a few months. I am pleased I can post pictures to this review as they will be worth far more than the words of my review.
    - Karen O.
  • A
    Add-A-Deck of the Rockies
    Work completed in quoted time. Completed and done very well. Additional touches made it look great and the guys were friendly and thorough. Very satisfied even though they don t do staining. Would recommend.
    - Fran L.
  • A
    Add-A-Deck of the Rockies
    The process was very straightforward. The new designs arrived with detailed estimates and the crew was on sight shortly after agreement. The process was completed in a few weeks. We are very happy with the new decks.
    - Robert G.
  • A
    Enviroshapes Concrete
    This job went incredibly well - better than we expected. Romero, who did most of the work by himself, was outstanding. They started work quickly, and once it was underway they worked every week day until the work was completed. Overall, removing the old concrete, grading, placing forms and rebar, and pouring the new concrete took about a week. The work is so good that so far that my next door neighbor had his driveway done by Enviroshapes as well. Also, I have been asked for Enviroshapres contact info by 2 other homeowners in my neighborhood. Everyone is impressed with how good the new concrete looks. This was not the lowest price bid we got, but the quality of the work done made the extra cost well worth it.
    - Alan F.
  • A
    Hairy Yeti Construction, LLC
    Tom's team did a great job on our new deck. It was a bit challenging as we had a rubber liner over the old deck to keep water out of the garage and we insisted that the back steps already in place be used. The steps needed extra attention but looked good when they were completed. We are so pleased with how this job turned out that we are having them back in the spring to do the stairs and deck to the front door.
    - Maryann S.
  • F
    Vince's Custom Homes & Remodeling
    Breach of contract. Lack of progress. Vince did absolutely nothing for over two months from the date of contract signing, and cashing our check, 8/24. I called repeatedly to check on progress. Did not submit application for permit until 10/29. Unprofessional, lack of attention and supervision. Subcontractors using and damaging our personal property (sawhorses) to build forms. Subs harassing myself and family for money to complete concrete work. Vince was out of town on the day of concrete pour. Subs still asking for money. Subs required materials to complete work. I called Vince to take care of problems, no response. I had to buy and provide anchor bolts for foundation. Foundation poured 11/12 without inspection or permit. We clearly stated, and had contract amended to avoid this. Vince told us that permit was approved. Visited planning department to find that only parts of permit were approved, and was not finalized or issued. Planning department tells us it was illegal for Vince to begin any work whatsoever without permit. Again, lack of progress. Another three weeks with no permit, materials delivered, or work performed after foundation pour. 12/3 Vince agrees to provide revised contract with completion date of 12/31, and $300 per day credits thereafter, otherwise termination of contract. Vince has not provided revised contract to date. Vince is highly skilled in evading the law and has walked away with thousands on dollars of ours. His business address is false.
    - chris c.
  • D
    Had a back deck and a front porch installed by DS Deckworks. While the work was fast and the price competitive, the workmanship was really quite poor. Improper tool use resulted in 70-80% of screws being sheared off on the railings. Replacement screws, installed the same way, months later sheared as well. It is apparent the breaks happened at installation. The response to this problem was to pass blame on to the screw manufacturer and offer no real resolution.

    In addition, while the deck was and quot;finishedand quot; the wood was not treated in any fashion, and I've needed to take the deck apart to properly stain/protect the wood.

    Some deck boards (Fiberon) were not secured all the way, and instead of properly redoing the clips they just drove screws in through the top (which I'm sure are also sheared). The bummer is, that sort of ruins the nice feature of Fiberon as a and quot;screwlessand quot; finish deck. Boards are still uneven in a few places, but I don't really want to put more screws into the top.

    Railings were not secured and became extremely loose and required constant re-tightening. They did come out and put more screws in...but again...I'd bet they are sheared.

    A faucet access panel was hastily put in, at a square to the diagonal flow to the deck. Upon fixing this, the Fiberon boards used are a different color.

    To summarize, when everything was and quot;finishedand quot; there was/is lots of staining to do, most of the screws to replace, more holes in the railings than originally intended, screws in the deck itself, and a strip of lighter boards in the middle of the deck. If you need a deck and aren't worried about putting in another $500+ in labor, tools, and materials to finish things up yourself...well, go for it.

    It is also very unprofessional that when all this issues are brought up, especially the hardware shearing, the response is and quot;stuff happensand quot;. The blame is on a bad batch of screws, though screws installed 7 months apart have sheared. This means either every deck in the last 7 months has been using a bad batch, or the install was the problem. Either way, it isn't good and definitely merits more than a and quot;stuff happensand quot; response. In the process of taking apart to stain and reassembly, I've sheared off exactly zero screws.

    Also, apparently the warranty (which really doesn't appear to be worth much anyways) is void if you disassemble part of the deck. In order to complete the deck, I had to void the warranty. When you pay 10k for a deck, the expectation is that it is finished. Having railings, posts, and composite decking all installed...then being told that staining/finish was on us...I was pretty shocked and disappointed.

    The bummer is that DS Deckworks is a bunch of real nice guys, its just such a shame the workmanship doesn't match.
    - Colin R.
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