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Hardscaping reviews in Edgemoor

  • A
    Cedar Hardscaping LLC
    My husband and I decided to do a major landscape renovation that would involve two different contractors. The first contractor was a nightmare. We almost ended the renovation right then and there. We decided to move forward and hired Cedar Hardscaping because they were highly recommended and had a number of great reviews. I have to say that was the best decision we ever made! Alfonso provided us with a drawing of our deck that was fresh and original and took into consideration what we wanted. Alfonso, Jose and the whole crew were very professional, skilled workmanship, respectful and have exceptional work ethic. Thank you guys for renewing our faith that there are still good, reliable contractors out there. Cedar Hardscaping is one of the best!
    - Linda C.
  • F
    Sylca Inc
    Came to my house on April 17th but never provided the estimate, even after a follow-up request, no contact at all since the visit. This is a bad policy by many contractors and is a disrespectful sign. My time is valuable therefore taking an hour to walk through my needs was a waste, you would think they would feel the same. I selected I wouldn't hire again but I don't really know considering the issues is not quality, price or punctuality.
    - Greg P.
  • A
    Sylca Inc
    Juan Carlos, the President, was punctual, courteous and professional. When he came to my home for the consultation, he described (and showed me pictures of) my options and I ended up paying a little more to upgrade the materials and pattern for the walkway. On the day of installation -- which was a few days earlier than originally anticipated -- Juan Carlos and his crew were punctual, polite and friendly and it took only 4 or 5 hours to complete the work. They went above and beyond in removing my old paver stones and putting them where I requested in my back yard (although that wasn't part of what I had contracted for), and did a beautiful job on the installation. During the installation, they laid down additional gravel and sand and protective barrier before they installed the pavers. Then they smoothed everything out, made the height from the walkway to the front porch safer and a more comfortable stepping distance (the step from the porch to the walkway before was so high it could be dangerous, and they fixed it without even mentioning that they were going to do so, and without charging me extra for it), and applied a cement-type product to make the pavers stick solidly together. Before they left, they added additional mulch to the planter beds next to the walkway, which matched the mulch I already had down, then raked it all smooth (which, again, wasn't specified in my contract but they did it anyway). They also cleaned up all of the debris from the work and rolled up my garden hose and placed it back where I normally store it. I would definitely recommend Sylca Inc.
    - Christie C.
  • A
    All American Paving & Sealcoating LLC
    The work was done yesterday - the driveway needed to be torn up and replaced entirely. 4-5 men tore it up, cleaning as they went, and then laid down 2.5 inches of compacted asphalt. We watched them as they worked (we were burned a few years ago by a "drive-by" contractor who had "extra" asphalt) and they were very careful every step of the way. They cut no corners. They took the time to lay some Belgian block and paved right up to it for a clean look. They cleaned up after themselves and it looks like they were never even there - EXCEPT FOR our brand new, BEAUTIFUL driveway!! Overall, we are thrilled with All American Paving, and with George. We like to give referrals when a contractor does a great job, and I cannot recommend George enough.....My only complaint is that Angie's List does not offer an A+ in every category!
    - Tom B.
  • A
    Garnet Valley Farms
    Garnet Valley Farms has been servicing my lawn and gardens for years and they have been consistently doing great work for a reasonable price. Due to how pleased I was with their mowing and landscaping service, I decided to use them for some plantings, patio, lighting, and drip irrigation. Once again, I was very pleased and impressed with the wonderful work they did for me. Always reliable and professional and the quality is top of the line. I always highly recommend them!
    - Joe E.
  • B
    Natures Call Landscaping
    Appointment for estimate was made for the day after initial contact. The written estimate was received within a week. The patio was in bad enough shape that Nature's Call did not feel comfortable doing a repair on someone else's bad work. So the estimate was for replacing the pavers, adding fill, re-tamping, and some landscaping of a medium flower bed. We are moving so it was more financially than we wanted to take on. We might use this company in different circumstances, but since we are moving we will not have the opportunity.
    - Loretta W.
  • A
    Sylca Inc
    Carlos and his crew did a fantastic job on our new front sidewalk, porch and backyard patio. We first hired his team to replace our cement sidewalk and to redo the front porch. After removing the sidewalk they discovered a second sidewalk underneath the first one. They removed this one as well with no added cost. The project included EP Henry Blue stone pavers and a Coventry Stone circle kit. Our neighbors have all been very complimentary on the new walkway and porch. Since this project turned out so well we hired Carlos's crew again to do a large 30'X25' patio and walkway with Conventry Stone pavers. This required the removal of large tree roots and the installation of a drainage pipe for the downspout. A set of steps were installed to the new patio door and this was reinforced with a cement foundation. A 35' curved sitting wall was installed with LV lighting. Carlos and his team took great care to make sure the patio was graded in a way to allow proper drainage of rainwater away from the house and patio. Upon completion of both projects, Carlos added topsoil and mulch where needed and removed all garbage and waste. Keep in mind that during the warmer months his schedule fills up fast. Carlos was able to squeeze in for the patio due to a delay on pool installation. Neither project were completed within the discussed time frame but we weren't in a hurry and Carlos warned us that schedules were weather pending. Given the amount of rain we had in the late spring and early summer we weren't surprised when the projects were delayed. Overall we are very happy with our new additions and will enjoy entertaining friends and family this fall.
    - Randy H.
  • A
    Greenstone Gardens
    I couldn't be happier with the results or the work.  As the project began, I talked to them about a little expansion to the original scope.  They worked with me to figure out the best way to lay out the additions, and provided a very fair price for the expansion. The communications were great, and they were there to answer any questions I had.  I look forward to having friends over to see the work, so I can recommend them.
    - Henry A.
  • F
    Ponti's Brick & Stone
    This review concerns Scott Ponti d/b/a Ponti Brick & Stone. 
    Do not do hire this contractor. Run away as fast as you can. 
     
    We first hired Scott to repoint our chimney. This was in 2013. He showed up on time, did a good job and completed the work on budget.
     
    In late 2014 and early 2015, we started to shop for a patio contractor. Our home has installed irregular (natural shape) slate walkways and a raised patio. The patio wall is constructed of granite, the patio deck is also irregular slate. Due to being 50 years old, previous poor repairs and general neglect of the property by previous owners, the job required an overhaul.
     
    The walk to the front door is about 50 feet long, the side walk is about 25 feet long and the patio approximately 850 square feet. Plus, we wanted several amendments to the current house, such as a hip / wing wall, to reinforce the aesthetics of the style.
     
    Most bidders wanted to tear out the existing materials and replace them with concrete pavers (yuck!). Others had no idea how to begin. Ponti gave us a fair bid, not the lowest, and seemed enthusiastic about the prospect of refurbishing the property. To quote him, ?this is a mason?s dream?. Having previous satisfactory experience, Ponti was hired to do the job.
     
    He began in late March 2015. There was some significant rain during this time and reasonably, breaking down the existing structures required extra hours and effort. The exterior of the home was a true mud bog. 
     
    Rolling into April, work proceeded apace, although there were early glimmers of problems. Ponti would show erratically or not at all. On a clear day, he would not come to the job and the next day, make the excuse that rain was in the forecast. Or, he would only bring sufficient concrete-mixing supplies to perform several hours of work.
     
    The original estimate for completion was 5-6 weeks. We slogged on through May. Arriving at Mother?s Day, it was obvious the job was not halfway complete. Then the work really started to slow down. 
     
    Ponti began whining that he had underbid the job. Obviously, this is a risk of business and not the customer?s fault. His material costs were relatively minor, involving several trucks of concrete and equipment rental of a Bobcat, jackhammer and the like. All told, no more than 20% of cash was attributable to vendors, the remainder being the hours paid himself and his crew (usually 1 other guy and on a few days, 3 workers in total).
     
    Mid-May the new completion promise was Father?s Day. And the stories started to build upon themselves. Equipment rental needed to reasonably proceed would never show up, one? days work with a backhoe became 5 days of manual labor. Stone supplies were chronically awaiting manufacture at the local brickyard, limiting work. 
     
    Into June we rolled. The workforce became Ponti himself, with an occasional helper. He was showing up 2 days a week, for a few hours at a time. Never did he work past noon. He alternated saying he was bored and he always finished his jobs. To nudge him along, we started paying him for piece work. Build a set of steps, we paid $250. Finish the hip wall, $250. Top the wall with slate, $100. And so on.
     
    Finally, ?custom? slate ordered from the local stone yard was finished. And Scott remarked that he would have the job completed in 10 days. Immediately thereafter, the week before the Fourth holiday, he did not arrive at our property on Monday. On Tuesday, he worked for 2 hours. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, no Ponti. After the holiday, Monday, no Ponti. Called him, texted him. On Tuesday, he texted back that he was on a 2 week vacation and oops, did he forget to mention that? The following day, he came to our home and without announcing himself, removed his equipment from the property. 
     
    We then terminated his employment. Scott replied he was planning on returning to the job, which was a ridiculous claim, but ?accepted the termination?. He had not performed 20 hours of work during the entire month of June. 
     
    The job was about 70% done, we were about 85% cash out-of-pocket. Not a great balance, but as close as we could get to cutting the cord without further financial damage. 
    A lot of details need to be reworked ? stones need to be replaced and irregular surfaces on the walkways will need be leveled. Too, on the patio, Ponti had taken to laying a cement base and placing the stone, without finishing the pointing at that time. After a few rains, we now have dirt, mold and other needed repairs in the crevices, because he was in a hurry and could not be bothered to do the work correctly in the moment.
    We came to find out that the ?custom? slate he was having cut ? and had a purported 6 week delivery - was in stock every day, and actually cost half the amount he told us.  Workers were not arriving at the job because they were weeks in arrears for their pay. Equipment could not be rented because vendors were requiring cash-in-advance. Where did all the cash go? For a fact, we don?t know. 
    Adding insult to injury, starting up the job involved removing the existing slate and stacking it for reuse. Ponti placed a pallet of stone on top of the sewer line clean out, despite us previously pointing out the location of same (which is clearly visible). This sheared off the top of the cleanout and the torque caused the sewer line to crack. This very line had been completely replaced in the spring of 2013 for $6000, an expense we are now facing again. The insurance coverage he claimed to hold had lapsed. 
    Again, do not do hire this contractor. He is dishonest, untrustworthy, unprofessional and ultimately not a qualified mason. Run away as fast as you can.

    - Howard S.
  • A
    Natures Call Landscaping
    The project went great from start to finish.  The crew started early on Saturday morning and worked through the day.  They came back on Monday and worked all day then finished up on Tuesday.  I have a large flower bed and a vegetable garden which were all weeded completely.  The new plants are healthy and beautiful.  Kevin took the dimensions of the beds into consideration when selecting just the right plants.  He offered suggestions during the planning phase when there were a couple of plants that I did not find appealing.  Together we were able to find plants that would work and that I like.  I had a knockout rose that I wanted to have transplanted but through a miscommunication that plant was discarded.  Kevin was very apologetic and immediately replaced the rose.  The crew cleaned up the site everyday and power washed the sidewalk at the the end of the project.  They also reseeded the yard where the grass was damaged when they were excavating the area containing thistle.  Our house looks very nice!!
    - Dorothy H.
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