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Asphalt Paving reviews in Margate

  • A
    I called 3 different companies to get quotes - Craig was by far the most responsive and had the best price. He was prompt, clear and easy to work with. I had him repair several sections of my driveway that were crumbling as well as seal-coat, and the driveway looks much improved. I'd definitely hire him again and recommend him to others.
    - erik z.
  • A
    Danny's service was excellent. We were trying to reseal a 4-car driveway for our Duplex, and Danny's quote was very competitive. After talking to him on the phone, he sent us a contract a few hours later and didn't even ask for a deposit. We scheduled a day that the weather was fine, and he finished the job in 2 days. He even agreed to paint the parking line of the driveway for us for free! The service was seamless. We will definitely hire him again.
    - Sandy C.
  • D
    Our contract was signed in October of 2015. We worked with David McHenry who introduced himself to us as the co-owner and founder of the company.  National Brick Pavers had worked on our neighbors driveway and paths. That job went well and looked good. We felt comfortable with the work that we saw done there and the "A" rating on Angie's List. Mr. McHenry was personable and knew his product.
    Three months later the work was initiated. We were given a myriad of excuses as to the late starting date. We allowed for heavy rains, however, there were many periods of dry weather over this time frame when National Brick Pavers could have begun our job. Finally, in the middle of January the work was begun. Permits were obtained from the city, BUT no call was made to 811. As a result, our cable was cut the first day of excavation and the check valve on our irrigation well was broken. Needless to say, this wasted over half a day before the work could continue. The crew worked over a period of several days and left, saying it was completed. The front path to our front door was laid over the existing concrete and this resulted in a drop-off of 8 inches to the grass which was an extreme hazard.
    The city came for the final inspection and would not sign off on the job because of the lack of a berm and sod next to the driveway and path. We made numerous calls to National Brick Pavers, leaving messages at both the office and David McHenry's phone. After being told that the permit had been signed off, which we later learned was not true, we were finally told that David McHenry had left both the company and the country. David Gordon finally came over to look at our job. We presented him with a list containing at least 14 grievances. He refused to take the list and did not want to even discuss it. Finally, he had a subcontractor lay sod. This man covered all of our irrigation sprinklers with sand, dirt and sod. The permit was signed off on. David Gordon had a person come over to fix the irrigation issues and said that he would have the crew come back to complete the side path. We are still waiting.....5 months so far!! Stay away from this company!!
    - Ellen B.
  • A
    I called R Geores Paving because there was a pothole in the driveway that the city required be repaired. When the first repair didn't pass inspection I called Richie George and he came back out and fixed the problem at no charge without complaint.
    - Amanda C.
  • B
    I left a message requesting a quote for expanding my asphalt driveway.  Arty called me back within a couple of hours.  I explained the scope of the job I wanted and Arty asked where I live.  When I told him I lived in Coconut Creek he told me he "stayed out of there" and does not get along with the city; "not my cup of tea" is exactly what he stated.  Even if I did not live in Coconut Creek, it is apparent that this would not be a good fit. If the company can not be professional and deal with the normal processes withn the city, why would I believe that they have good customer service?
    - Lisa M.
  • A
    They did a great job. I'm very pleased with them. I spoke to the owner, Bryan. He sat down and explained to me what had to be done. He explained exactly how long it would take and as well as the procedure he would go through. I think he is very thorough in explaining to me what had to be done and how long it would take. He is very reasonable and I was very happy with the job he did. It was done and he came when he was expected.
    - Kevin D.
  • A
    We had the driveway re-sealed in April 2013 and in October we noticed lifting and peeling,? When I called John, he referred me to Andrea who came by and assessed the situation.? He quickly agreed that there was a problem.? He scheduled a date to have the driveway pressure washed and a complete coat of sealer applied in December 2013 at no cost to us.? Now it is the middle of January and the driveway still looks good.
    - Reginald G.
  • D
    After seeing good reviews on Angies List, I called Anything Asphault in December of 2012 to request a quote for resurfacing my existing driveway and adding on a circular driveway to the existing one.
    Jeromy Rodgers was the representative from Anything Asphalt who came out to give me an estiimate. Jeromy was very polite and quick to give advice. He emailed me a quote which seemed very fair ($4000.00). We agreed to have them start in the beginning of January 2013, due to not wanting our driveway ripped up over the holiday's.
    I provided the initial deposit, and the proper permit's were acquired by Anything Asphalt. Work started on the agreed upon date and was completed in a reasonable time frame. The problems began after I saw the finished driveway. Ninety percent of the driveway appeared to be done very well, however I noticed on one portion of the driveway, the asphalt was not anywhere near the thickness specified in the proposal. In the proposal, it was stipulated the driveway would consist of an and quot;averageand quot; of 1.5 inches of asphalt, but on this area where the driveway met the grass, I could see the underlying rock base and the ashpalt on top was barely 1/2 of an inch. I called and spoke with Sandy and told her of this. Sandy told me she would send someone out to look at it, but not to worry as I had a 1 year warranty.
    Well after about a week, no one had shown up and I now had sprouts of grass growing up through the asphalt in several spot's where the asphalt was very thin. I again called Anything Asphalt and spoke with Sandy. She was very friendly and said she would have someone coming out to look at the driveway and and quot;see if there was really a problemand quot; and fix whatever really needed fixing.
    So it has now been two more weeks and no one has done anything to address the grass growing out of my new driveway. I have called several times and left messages and no one calls me back.
    I called Anything Asphald last Monday (2/4/2013) and got Sandy on the phone again. Sandy told me someone had come by the house when no one was home and they did not see any problems. Sandy said someone would need to come out to meet with me personally so I could show them the areas of my concern. I told her I was off from work all that day and she told me she would have someone come by. Well I waited at home all day and no one showed up or even bothered calling. I waited all week for a phone call and never received one.
    I have to wonder what good is Anything Asphalt's 1 year warranty, when no one will come out to your house to fix anything and all they do is pay you lip service over the phone?
    Even though I was not happy when I saw how little asphalt was put down on the one area of the driveway, had Anything Asphalt come out and fixed the problem, I would have given them a very good review as up until that point, they had been punctual and professional and done a good job overall. However, at this point I have given up on them honoring their supposed and quot;1 Year Warrantyand quot;. I will start spraying my new driveway will weed killer to kill the grass sprouting through it, and if it keeps growing up through the driveway, I will look for another asphalt company to come fix the problem and then depending on the cost, possibly file a civil suit to recover my expenses.
    I used Anything Asphalt due to the good price and the good reviews they had on Angies List, but my experience with Anything Asphalt was Anything but good. I would not recommend this company! No company is perfect, but a good company will fix their mistakes and go above and beyone to make the customer happy...Anything Asphalt is not that company!
    - Robert C.
  • B
    After deciding we wanted to get the driveway professionally re-paved, we researched Angies' List, and had several contractors come out and provide us a bid. During this process, Sandy Rogers at Anything Asphalt, was one of the people I spoke with. Personally...I really admire good phone technique. Sandy gave me an education in driveway repaving, that no one else took the time to do. She made me confident in her knowledge, and that translated into me feeling confident about doing business with her company. Sandy arranged to have the foreman stop by the next day to do an estimate, and she e-mailed me the bid. I accepted the bid the folowing day and forwarded a 50% deposit. After Sandy receives the deposit, she calls me to let me know she is starting to put the wheels in motion, however, it is the holiday season, and every town is different when it comes to building permit procedures. I said I understand, and I am a patient person. Good thing I'm a patient person because, the permit was not awarded until 01-12-12. I called Sandy once or twice before Christmas and had my mind put at ease, but honestly....I did not pressure anyone the last two weeks of December. Finally I called Sandy the first week in January and received some good news .... she expects to pick-up the permit any day now! With the permit in hand....the rest is history.... Sandy called to tell me to expect a call from the foreman regarding scheduling. So in a nutshell...the permit was picked up 01/12....foreman calls me 01/14......we schedule job for 01/16.....crew arrives 8:30 a.m.....crew departs 4:00 p.m.....leaving me with a beautiful driveway. They might have finished sooner but I think they underestimated the amount of asphalt my driveway actually required, and had to make a second trip. Sandy called on 01/19/12 to follow up, and also notify me that she arranged for the building permit to be signed by the final inspector.....permit signed on 01/20/12....and I'm a happy camper!

    - RALPH G.
  • F
    I called to get a quote. Who ever answered did not give me his name.  I started to explain what I was looking for when he asked where the work was.  I told him Coral Springs, He said use some else good bye and hung up on me.
    - Michael V.
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