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    Grand Valley Landscaping Services
    Positive experience. Roberto listened to what I wanted and saw that I got the work completed as I requested. The rain slowed the progress because the work area was made muddy so owner and crew made adjustments as needed. The work crew was friendly and responsive to my requests. Good suggestion to move AC unit off area to allow best concrete placement. The area looks great. The crew was careful to guard the brick on the house from concrete splashes.
    - Jan P.
  • F
    ADCOCK CONCRETE
    Apparently the builder, Nate Porter of Porter Homes is a personal friend of Mike's and therefore he refused to write me a report or a bid, and would not return phone calls or email. After telling me what a bad concrete and sealing job it is, he wouldn't put his name to it to protect his friend. Is this what we expect from a company?
    - Sandra M.
  • F
    T. Yribia
    The concrete job was done in a timely manner, but it did crack in two places. The silicone used to fill the cracks was not of high quality, and was never installed correctly for long term. Also, where the patio meets th house foundation was not properly prepared for the concrete to be to adhere correctly to the foundation. Silicone was used improperly to fill the cracks between the patio and foundation of the house. Also, there were no pole strings put in to run wire, etc. through the pipe in the patio as well as the sidewalk. We have used this cement contractor in the 90s, and received a higher quality of work. All of the silicone he used was substandard and has turned brown, it looks really terrible. He's consistantly told us that he would come out and fix the work, but that's never happened.
    - Kriss R.
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    BACA'S CONCRETE
    He showed up on time and started work. He provided all the materials and consulted with me frequently about what he was doing. He worked very hard and didn't take breaks. When the concrete was poured, I asked him to scrape off some at a certain point to make the grade steeper. He was happy to oblige. He was even willing to put that scraped-off concrete at the base of a fence post I had that was wobbly. In addition, he replaced a piece of wood under my front door that was rotted. He did more than I expected and was very cheerful and professional. He came back twice to make sure everything was good and apply some finishing touches. VERY GOOD work and customer service!
    - Connie B.
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    Grand Valley Landscaping Services
    When we purchased our current home in Grand Junction the property was well maintained in the front yard but the back yard was

    deplorable.  The original owners had constructed a deck around an above ground pool. Part of the deck was in OK condition but a walkway down one side was falling apart.  In addition, river rock used to improve the front yard was probably delivered and placed in the pool area which was no longer in use and had a plastic liner mesh left in place under the gravel.  In addition, a pile of mud and lava rock was deposited on top of the gravel that had been removed from gardens in the front yard.  A commercial storage

    building in the rear had an add-on structure that the owner had built for his golf cart.  Because it had a flat roof, leaking from snow accumulation had ruined the floor and ceiling of the add on structure.  We had been putting off doing something about the back yard for 3 years.



    We called one of the highly rated companies on Angie's list and they responded within 2 days to evaluate the job.  We wanted the gravel and mud removed and a rock garden put in its place.  The rotten part of the deck removed and the entire add on structure to the shed removed.  I wanted rock put in place where the shed add on was located.  I also wanted rock placed along the entire length of the back of the house to form a 3 foot walkway.  In addition, we needed a 38 ft. section of fence replaced and a gate installed by the walkway.  After getting the details the owner told me that he was very busy but would get me a quote after he returned from a trip the following week.  I let a month go by and had no response so I called and he again indicated that he was very busy and contemplating hiring additional help but assured me he would E-Mail me a quote soon.  I received it about two days

    later for $3850.



    Since we didn't see any other landscape contractors we liked, my wife decided to try the Yellow Pages.  She found a company Grand Valley Landscape Services and gave them a call.  The owner Roberto Gomez came out the next day.  I discussed what I was planning and he had some VERY helpful suggestions.  One of the best ones was to go with concrete flatwork for the walkway which he said he could do as inexpensively as gravel.  I also wanted to pour a pad for my garbage cans in the front of the house since we were doing concrete.  He approached the mud and lava rock differently and leveled and contoured it to make an attractive garden.  At first I was going to forgo planting anything this season but he insisted that he wanted the job to look good and agreed to plant several xeriscape plants and run a drip line from the existing sprinkler system at no extra cost.  He also suggested planting grass where the shed add on was removed and agreed to also plant grass on a 10 x 10 section where we had removed a tree and ground the stump earlier.  He edged the garden with metal edging and removed the electrical from the add-on shed.  He replaced the 38 ft. section of fencing with cedar 5 inch and cedar posts after removing the old fence and disassembling an iron gate frame.  He built a new gate over the walkway.



    The completed job has made an incredible improvement to the look of our back yard.  We can walk the length of the yard without having to dodge the dog's piles on the new walkway.  Our garbage cans are easily rolled into place on the side of the house. 

    The plants are doing nicely.  The fence looks great and I'm going to have it stained to match the house color.  The grass has grown in nicely.  Roberto's bid for the entire job including materials was $3000 and he stuck to it in spite of continuous changes that we made along the way.  He asked for NO money up front even when they got started and there were some labor and

    materials costs.  I insisted on giving him half when the concrete was delivered and we paid the other half on completion.  The walkway was appropriately sloped away from the foundation and tied in with re-bar drilled into the chain wall.  He is a true

    landscape professional and his prices could not be better.  He was able to provide us with references before we started the job and they spoke very highly of his company.  I was surprised to find that he is not on Angie's List but I am very pleased to add his company and offer my highest recommendation for his work.




    - Elroy L.
  • A
    Knights Construction
    From my first contact with Justin Knight, he always responded promptly, whether by phone, with quotes, to getting every task complete. All work done shows qualiity and professionalism. He is quick and efficient. We remodeled two properties at the same time and first came accross some "plumbers" who messed up the beginning of our project. When we were told about Knights Construction, (by Troy Palmer Drywall, also excellent) we felt we were given a great gift! Justin Knight, in turn gave us names of a quality plumber, electrician, painter, etc. With Justin's help, we are close to completion and both properties have been transformed from run down to true show cases.
    - Connie M.
  • A
    Grand Valley Landscaping Services
    Roberto was competent, professional, and courteous, and completed our project on time and on budget, despite the heat and difficulty of the project.
    - Richard E.
  • A
    Grand Valley Landscaping Services
    Very well.On time , efficient and good workers.
    - Joe K.
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    Deep Valley Homes LLC
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    - Mary D.
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    M & M Concrete Construction Inc
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    - Kendra M.
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