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  • A
    DeAngels Concrete & Landscaping
    David and his crew were awesome. We had a large 48��� X 16��� driveway demolished and replaced. The project was done in a timely manner, even with weather that was not always cooperative. David and his crew were patient and helpful with the numerous questions we asked before, during, and after the project. The final product looks amazing, showing the pride and professionalism David and his crew have in their work. DeAngels Concrete is a top notch concrete provider, and I encourage anyone reading this post to give them a chance to prove it, you will not be disappointed in their work.
    - Jeremy C.
  • A
    DeAngels Concrete & Landscaping
    DeAngels Concrete gave us the best quote and quality of service of every company we interviewed. I was extremely thorough in my interview process and they were able to ease all my worries with professionalism, attention to detail, and dedication to high quality work. They even assisted the design process as I wasn't sure exactly what I wanted. This is the only concrete company I will ever use if a new project arises. We are extremely happy and impressed with our final product.
    - Wesley w.
  • C
    Concrete Customs LLC
    Cisco did not follow up on his promise to come on site to address my two issues with my shed slab and 700 SF back patio. Slab for shed was 5/8" off on a 10x12 foot diagonal for elevation with inconsistent wavy leveling. Our large patio texture shows exposed aggregate in the strokes in many places. So much it hurts one's feet to walk on these areas. Imagine walking on 10 grit sandpaper. Viewing the pictures attached, we can see the extreme inconsistency in texture in strokes. From smooth stroke, right next to extremely prickly, aggregate exposed stroke. It's all inconsistent. And wildly random. It occurs not just in an isolated area, but throughout the entire structure. In positive light, I though Cisco's people were some of the most polite individuals I've met. Especially in the fast-paced construction business. Overall, the surface of our patio is a complete eyesore to guests while presently a safety issue in problem areas for kids (and Adults who can easily stub their toes on the sharp aggregate). I was given a small jar of RubCrete to fill indented holes, but I ran out quickly (and not my job really). Unfortunately RubCrete doesn't smooth out serious aggregate roughness. A separate issue. So yes, I understand contractors are busy. But Cisco's lack of follow up and explanation coupled with the issues in the pictures have left my wife and I with a bad taste so far. While we've remedied the shed slab leveling with another professional's advice, we have yet to remedy the patio surface since he hasn't followed up as promised on 11 July after the concrete was cured. Overall, no follow up. We're open to a viable solution to make this right.
    - Robert B.
  • F
    Direct Build, Inc.
    We contracted with Direct Build Inc to perform a major remodel on our home. Architect plans were provided for the job. Bottom Line: we would not do business with them again nor would we recommend them to anyone. Our experience working with them included severe communication issues, lack of responsiveness, tens of thousands of cost overruns, unfinished contractual tasks and overall poor quality/value When we interviewed Lori for this job, she indicated that the job would take approximately 60 days to complete. Once we told Lori that we had selected Direct Build for the job, she came out for a ���walk through���, where we compared her bid with the plans to make sure we were all on the same page for the work to be done. She emailed us her contract, along with a cost for each line item. When we returned the signed copy via email, we added a few line items discussed during the walk through (dog door, replace some bi-fold doors ��� see comments below). Problems with the job began when there was some conflicting guidance between what was on the plans and what the Regional Building Department (RBD) required. Lori was unwilling to contact the architect to get it resolved and no progress was made until we stepped in to 1) find out who Lori was talking to at RBD and 2) call the architect to come up with a resolution. The permit was issued and work began on the remodel. There were some additional issues with the plans, and although there was a statement clearly on the plans to contact the architect for any issues, they refused to do so. Approximately 30 days into the job, I asked Lori for a schedule/timeline. This request was done via email���.no response was provided. Despite repeated email and verbal requests for a schedule/timeline, I was unable to get any information until she was there to get a check. At that time, I was provided information about what order things would be installed. I asked Shane for a timeline; his response was that he would ask Lori to provide that information. I was unable to get any specific information regarding the duration until the final 30 days of the job. So, although the initial time estimate provided to us was 60 days, the job actually took 120 days (from when the contract was signed in September 2017). I began asking about the status of items we (thought) had been added to the contract (doggie door, replace a window in the basement). Each request (and there were at least four requests over a 30 day timespan) was met with no response until I was told these items were ���not part of the contract���. Naturally, we were confused as they were working on other things we had added. These items were discussed and agreed to during the ���walk through��� and they were part of the original contract we signed. We provided the doggie door, and when asked when it would be installed got an answer of ���we did not add it to the contract but will do it for free���. Nice offer, but it was supposed to be part of the contract. Our request for the status of replacing the window in the basement was met by stonewalling (haven���t done it yet���..don���t know the kind of window it is (this was resolved by me looking at the sticker on the window and telling them what kind of window it was)���..can���t find anyone to install it���..it���s not part of the contract, I don���t know how to install a window (yes that was said to us by the General Contractor)). When she sent the initial funds request, there was a ���this is what I am asking for��� amount and a ���this is what I really need��� amount. I asked for some details regarding what the amount requested covered. Initially the requests clearly lined up with the bid she provided. Things got murkier as the job progressed. When asked for detailed information, I was repeatedly told ���We don���t provide that information���. An example is a charge for trim work that we had added to the contract. We had a discussion where Lori provided several line items and their cost (bookshelves, window casings). When I received a request for funds, the line item was for Interior Trim material. I called and asked for details regarding whether this charge was for bookshelves or window casings and was given the response ���we don���t provide that level of detail���. I would like to state here that we always paid in a timely manner and never shorted them funds. After a miscommunication of the cost of a line item (charge on request for funds was $500 more than what we were verbally told it would be), I had to insist that all communication be in writing. They advertise ���Price +��� as their charging policy. DO NOT get this confused with Cost Plus! The commonly accepted definition of Cost Plus is an open book process where bills from the contractor should include documentation of all hard costs. This would include invoices for materials and subcontractors, as well as work hours and billing rates for direct labor supplied by the contractor. This is a trust-but-verify process to ensure that the contractor is keeping good records and billing responsibly. This is NOT their practice. During the initial interview, Lori stated that the prices would be what Direct Build was charged by the Subs and that it would be transparent. We thought this meant we would actually see the Sub���s bills so we would have insight into all charges. When we asked for some copies of invoices, we were again told ���We don���t provide that information���. We had no insight into pricing and were unable to make any decisions about cost trade-offs. After many emails about whether we would indeed be complete by the end date provided on the schedule I finally received, the end date arrived. I asked whether we would get any documentation regarding the completion of the job (things that were part of the contract like window casings had not been completed), I was told ���no, we don���t do that. It���s just a verbal between us. But we do provide a warranty on our work���. I asked several times for some warranty details, and was finally told we had to submit any issues at 30 days and 6 months. We submitted several items for the 30 day warranty. After 10 days from our initial submittal, we sent texts to Shane for status and then an email to Lori to find out a status. We got no response from either of them until we threatened legal action. We did not hear from any of the subcontractors until a MONTH after our 30 day submittal. If we had not followed up with Shane and Lori, we would still be waiting. The communication for this job was poor. The quality of work was marginal at best. There was no apparent oversight or quality control of work as many items were done so poorly that it questions their oversight of their subs and the quality of work. We expected the general contractor to review the work of the subs both during and after their portion of the job was completed. Although they claimed they were there each day to review work that was done, there were several instances where we had to take care of an issue so work would continue. We found a note from the drywall contractor that identified areas that needed additional work before they could continue. We had to clear the area out and let Direct Build know about the note and that we had done the work so the timeline that I didn���t have any insight into would not be affected. There were many days that Direct Build did not come to the house to look over work done by Subs. As a result, we ended up having to install six additional lights in the kitchen as they obviously did not QC the electrical work. This was done by us at our expense. The electrical work (Precision Electric) came in over double the amount of the bid. Since we did not see the work statement from the Sub ��� we don���t know where the issue really lies. Initial findings for the warranty included not properly caulking both showers (although Shane made them redo the shower floor, but somehow the sloppy caulking throughout the other parts of the shower got missed), the shower drain was epoxied into place with a bunch of plastic still attached, the paint job was so poor that every room had to be re-done or touched up. There was no lighting in half of the kitchen so we had to cut back into the ceiling less than 10 days after they ���finished��� to put in 6 additional lights. The door to the laundry room was mounted behind the cabinet so it was unusable and then we were charged to turn the door around so it would swing properly. Shane blamed this on the ���plans��� though the architect stated to call him with any questions/discrepancies. The paneling in the living room was not re-installed as they maintained that the paneling was not available. However, I re-installed it and covered 80% of what we had asked them to do. They did not put in storm doors (though it is listed in the original contract), they did not install any mirrors in the bathrooms and they did not bother to caulk the outside of any of the 5 new windows and sliding door installed in the dining room. To top it off, we are in over $1500 above their final contract price though we have written assurances that the final price would not be exceeded. We are going to end up in court to recoup this money. Bottom line ��� avoid Direct Build at all costs. Rob and Suzanne P
    - Suzanne P.
  • C
    Ramirez Architectural Concrete LLC
    Frank, we are disappointed that we have not heard back from you. You were planning to return to the project and acid wash the driveway after tarps were used immediately after the pour on the large driveway project. I attempted to call you two times and our contractor, Richard Lawson, has attempted to each you. Our experience would be so much better if you would communicate with us or with the contractor. You should recall how upset you were when you thought you were treated unfairly by the contractor when he questioned whether your role was complete during an initial phase of the project. Despite your frustration, I arranged personally to take care of the payment despite the cursing and ranting of being treated unprofessionally. Now, it seems the tables have turned and we are not being treated professionally. I would very much like to update this review to reflect more of what you are capable of; however, the sole remaining task should be completed.
    - Matthew D.
  • A
    DISCOUNT CONCRETE
    Everything went really well, even when things, like late concrete deliveries happened. Everyone was super friendly and professional. I thought the workmen, Jose, Jose, and Edwin were great. They were so patient with the crazy lady (me) who designed an insane porch set up and who wanted to put the pets paw prints in the concrete and with the dog that walked right through the concrete on the last day...... They even suggested that the large patio have the break lines cut in the next day so that they would be smoother and less of a tripping hazard for dancing, even though it meant extra work and expense. I know that my pyramid steps were a lot of extra work too. They even called in two extra guys for a couple hours to get them poured.
    - Amanda F.
  • A
    DeAngels Concrete & Landscaping
    It went very well.  He was able to do it in the time frame we wanted and it turned out amazing.  We could not be happier with the appearance...it exceeds what we were expecting.  His staff were incredibly courteous, as well, and were very polite and did an excellent job.
    - Nicole S.
  • A
    DeAngels Concrete & Landscaping
    I feel it went the best that it could considering all this work was trying to be completed when we were having rainstorms every day. So needless to say it probably took longer not because of DeAngels but because of mother nature. We were very happy with the outcome of this experience. I have to give David and his crew a huge thumbs up. The day we spoke with David to get an estimate we  have called other cement people and for whatever reason David was the only company to show up. So the choice was easy. Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you to DEANGELS job well well done.
    - Tammy C.
  • A
    Johnny Concrete & Remodeling
    From helping us decide exactly what size and shape of patio that we wanted to completing the project, John did a simply outstanding job.  This was the second project in the past year that we had John do for us (the first was a total bathroom remodel).  John helped us think through things like appropriate size for and drainage around the patio - we modified our initial plan based on his advice, and we're so glad that we did.  He also helped us find a stamp that we're really happy with.  John always arrived when he said he would and was very conscientious in his work.  He's got a great work ethic and goes to great lengths to be helpful.  We wouldn't dream of using anyone else for a remodel or project involving concrete.  He's got to be the best there is.
    - Jeff H.
  • A
    The Concrete Company Inc
    BEST EXPERIENCE EVER and WORTH EVERY SINGLE PENNY!!!  My husband and I purchased a new home and were in desperate need of a useable driveway before we completely moved in. We called several concrete companies over the course of two weeks and The Concrete Company, along with two others, made the short list.  From the onset, we spoke with Lee Ann, extremely responsive, very personable and so easy to talk to that you tend to forget you've only just met.  Within a week of accepting their bid, the work began. The owner, Fred, along with his crew, were onsite everyday they said they would be.  They were professional yet friendly, took great care in my property, and never left me feeling like it was "just business!"  Oh, did I mention ... they are probably the cleanest and neatest group of workers that I've ever met.  During the course of their work, they experienced high winds, snow and extreme dips in temperature ... but never complained and continued to press on!!  WE LOVE THESE GUYS!!!  This was a HUGE project, in which Fred dubbed "The Parking Lot" and we couldn't be happier.  The experience with the builder of our home was horrific, to say the least and we so needed a bright spot and The Concrete Company was that for us.  We would absolutely have them back and suggest that anyone who's thinking of having any concrete work done, please give them a chance, you can't go wrong and will NOT be disappointed. Thanks again to Fred, Lee Ann and the Crew!! (Pictures will be uploaded soon)

    - CHRISSY C.
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