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  • F
    JDM Concrete, LLC
    They did not do the work according to industry standards. The work is sloppy with sealant sitting on top of the concrete and missing in spots. Grass is growing through the sealant and water still leaks from under the drive. They cut out a portion of my drive next to the house when asked to cut a 9 inch line.
    - laurie c.
  • A
    APS Construction
    Simple and straightforward sidewalk square replacement.  We had a lot of rain after the tear out and removal of old concrete, so there was a delay in pouring, and wasn't always sure when he'd be back to finish, but project went well and owing to the weather turned out great!
    - Vincent W.
  • F
    I contacted them via their website and asked for an estimate, a return email or return call. A few days later, having heard nothing from them, I contacted them again. And again they did not even respond. If they had taken the time to reply saying that they were very busy at the moment etc I would have understood. Their lack of a response is very unprofessional.
    - Robyn C.
  • F
    S & M Concrete
    I contacted them via their website and asked for an estimate, a return email or return call.  A few days later, having heard nothing from them, I contacted them again.  And again they did not even respond. If they had taken the time to reply saying that they were very busy at the moment or another excuse, I would have understood.  Their lack of a response is very unprofessional.
    - Robyn C.
  • A
    S & M Concrete
    S&M Concrete did an excellent job on my requested job, with minimal involvement by me.  I spoke to them on the phone and let them know what I wanted (rebuilding of front steps), and S&M dropped off a bid in my mailbox, which I accepted.
    I appreciated the ease of process - I explained what I wanted, got a hassle-free quote, and when I went ahead, the job was done in an excellent way.  The bid was $200 more than someone else's estimate, but I think the hassle-free nature and the professionalism justified the premium.  I'm confident that S&M concrete will get the job done *correctly*, which is by far the most important issue in any home contracting arrangement.  They might be a little bit more expensive than others, but I appreciate the peace of mind. 
    - Amandeep G.
  • A
    D & S Concrete
    They arrived on the scheduled date with the machinery to rip up the old concrete and make the forms for the new concrete area. His crew was professional and quick. They had it done before I returned from work and called me to remind me about going through the back door until the concrete had dried completely. There was light rain expected but he assured me that the location would be safe and he was right.
    - Tauhirah S F.
  • B
    I contacted Tomlinson Cannon Cole for an evaluation and an estimate. They said anchors would pull the two block stair well walls in place. They showed up on the agreed date and time and placed 3 anchors in the two walls. They explained what they did and what I could expect and were professional in their work. The block walls were pulled back in place.
    - Lynn G.
  • A
    Hahn Concrete
    George and his workers came on May 27 to tear up the old walkway. I also asked them to relocate a cast iron tub planter which they did by brute strength (no skip loader involved). I was very impressed! The large pieces of concrete were removed and hauled away and caution tape was erected. I picked up 3 buckets of smaller chunks of concrete myself which could have been left. Due to Memorial Day holiday, ordering supplies, weather and scheduling the actual work did not commence until June 10. The stenciling technique looks like cobblestone. It took one day to pour, place the stencil and tint. The work was covered tightly in plastic to protect from a torrential downpour overnight. George and Marcus were back the next day to remove the forms and stencils. George explained that the stencils could have been removed the previous day after the skim coat had set up, but that would have resulted in removing some material along the edges of the stencil. It was more difficult to remove the stencil the following day but the result was perfect. Marcus removed every bit of stencil, swept and washed the walkway so it was perfectly clean. We now wait a week to let the material thoroughly dry and a sealer will be applied after cleaning the walk again. I will need to apply sealer once a year to maintain the color. George is adamant about the detail and quality of his work and it shows. The walkway is beyond my expectations. Picture to come.
    - Elizabeth B.
  • C
    In 2006, we finally decided to spend the big money and redo our deck in a gray composite decking with stairs that lead down to a decorative concrete patio. Not being many concrete companies that do this work we selected Dan's Power Concrete. Frankly I cant remember during the project whether it was going well or poorly - although it did seem to take forever. The first problems began when they failed to caulk the saw lines - they recommended another company who could do this, but I thought that would be part of the service. Secondly, in repairing the yard they buried my foundation drain tile which subsequently plugged this year and caused water to back up into my basement. Thirdly, they graded the yard improperly which resulted in rain and snow melt to wash over the patio. Finally, this year the damage from those errors began to show as the concrete has already begun to deteriorate in several place. I have called Dan several times. He is sure that the concrete was poured correctly - but that the excessive water we had this year caused the concrete to deteriorate rapidly. Subsequent calls have led me to believe that he is planning to power wash the deck, repair the damaged areas, and put a heavy sealant on the whole deck. Subsequently, I have spent about $3000 re-grading the yard and providing proper drainage; digging up the buried tile and replacing sod. Not received a call back in two weeks.
    - Steve C.
  • F
    We hired this company at the beginning of November, 2007. Total cost was to be $675. We paid $400 up front. Mr. Wildman said he thought he could begin the job that week, and have it completed by the following week. For 3 mornings, 1-2 men came over and began breaking up the stoop, leaving a large hole and jagged concrete in front of our back door. Then, no one showed up for a week, so I called Mr. Wildman, who said his jack hammer had been damaged, and he was waiting for parts, and for a ring saw to complete the job. He expected the necessary tools would arrive within a few days. After another week of no work, I called again. Mr. Wildman said that he also did snow and ice removal, and he had been busy with that. After a few days of clear weather, I contacted Mr. Wildman again. Several times I left messages for him, asking when the work would continue, and advising him that I have an in-home daycare, and am required to have 2 exits from the home for fire safety. I last spoke to him the 2nd week of December, at which time he assured me that the work would be completed within 2 weeks. I called him several times after that, with no response. December 26th, I called and left a message requesting that my money be refunded. I received no response to my call. We filed a report with the Better Business Bureau in January, but Mr. Wildman did not respond to them, either. We are in the process of filing a small claims suit against him.
    - Anna R.
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