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    Boulder Landscape & Design
    It didn���t go at all! I called this company and left a voice message and waited almost a week and no one ever called back. It���s scary to wonder what kind of work they would do or if they would even show up had I actually hired them if they can���t even return a phone call.
    - Rebecca M.
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    System Pavers
    I realized after writing this that it is quite long. For those who don't want to read my novel I'd give this summary: Overall it was excellent! Great install with attention to detail. Courteous Service. Responsive to 'issue' correction. A little background: We originally found System Pavers at a home show in Denver several years ago. We received an estimate at that time but decided to wait while we completed other projects around the house. The flood of 2013 had a small impact on our driveway and entryway area. The concrete that was there became undermined and cracked. As we contemplated our options to fix the damage we kept coming back to the System Pavers products. We did some very temporary patches while we considered the best long term options. After much consideration we decided to go with System Pavers. Looking at the finished product now we know we made the right decision. Looks way better than concrete, really adds to the house, and we won't have to worry about any future issues with concrete cracking. We integrated in a side entryway path and front patio area which turned out great. Our initial 're-engagement' went very well. They still had our information on file, and Corey came out that weekend to review the project. He was able to match the previous pricing, and recommended a few improvements. We modified the plans slightly and set things in motion. Corey brought out several samples for us to lay down and view on the driveway. He also offered several options for seeing existing installations and bringing up any other samples we may have wanted. Very nice to work with. This all occurred in fall of 2015. We tentatively set up a Feb '16 install date. Install time came and Troy was our Project Manager. He let us know what to expect and answered any questions. The install crew was a landscaping company that sub-contracted to System Pavers. The crew supervisor and foreman were also great. Hard working, meticulous, and courteous. I worked closely with them and let them know I would be relatively picky about things looking 'perfect', especially the little details around the edges. Those little things can really make a difference in how the project looks. Tear out went surprisingly fast. The crew busted up the concrete and hauled it away in about a day. They also worked with me on using the excess material. Part of the new area was previously covered with recycled asphalt (a popular material in the mountains for driveways). They saved that portion and basically re-did a lower portion of our driveway which needed some attention. We thought that was a nice example of great Customer service. The border required reinforcing in several areas to insure stability - especially along one edge close to a steep slope. The larger blocks and concrete footers in those areas look robust. Time will tell for sure, but the installation looks solid. After the border was installed they noted that they had used larger face stones than called for in the plans. Was to be 6x6, and they used 6x9, That meant that there not enough 6x9s left for the overall pattern in the middle. What to do? Another case of clearly putting the Customer first. I'm not sure I would have even noticed. They were very upfront about it. Offered to redo it with 6x6 stones. We looked it over and felt that the 6x9 stones looked good (probably better to our eye than the originally planned 6x6). So they expedited some replacement stones so the inside pattern could be completed. The patio area near the front door turned out great. They blended the slope so it came up to the door perfectly (just under the sill - more on this later). They also had to meet up with a set of stairs that go to an upper front deck. Of course the patio slope does not match the stair tread slope exactly. We discussed that area extensively. One of those 'details' that can make a project look great, or look weird. They ended up doing a combination of carpentry mods to the first step and cutting stones to fit that looks great. We also had an extension to a side entry garage door. When I looked at that it wasn't 'perfect'. The paver stones ended up even with the top of the door sill instead of being just under the sill. We looked at the front patio/entry door area and I noted that this was how it was supposed to look. There was no push back. They looked at it and immediately said 'you're right, we'll fix it'. Keep in mind this could have required ripping out that side area (including border) to redo it. They were able to re-blend the whole side area to get the stones under the sill and still keep appropriate slopes for drainage. The last minor issue we had them fix was a few approach/drop-off areas. Again it would have been easy for them to say it was 'good enough', but they came back and improved those areas for us. They needed a but more road base to blend a few areas. They came back out the following week with another load of material and finished up around the edges. One last note on surface finish. A few days after the install was finished we had a little moisture overnight (snow/rain). The next morning we looked at the pavers and literally went 'wow'. With the pavers wetted the colors really popped and it had a whole new look. We're considering a sealant of some sort to keep that 'wet' look all the time but haven't decided on which product yet. There are several on the market with various properties. From what I've seen so far there isn't one 'perfect' sealer. There are compromises between surface 'slipperiness', appearance, durability, sand retention, etc. We'll probably do more research and apply something this summer.
    - Brian R.
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