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  • A
    Redwood Construction
    Matt and Austin did a phenomenal job . They were right on time and worked long hours to complete right on schedule. Quality of work is top notch and couldn't be happier. Price was reasonable and of the few I initially contacted they were only one to call me back. Highly recommended
    - Erik C.
  • F
    I work at a gravel pit and get off work at 3 pm. as I left work a potter truck pulled out in front of me from an asphalt plant. my windshield was busted, I called them immediately and explained what happened. I talked to Pat, she said there's no proof, that's why you have insurance. She also said she would talk to roger. they never called me back, so I left a message that I would write reviews for them. Their insurance man called and asked what happened and I told him. He said they were tarped and not hauling rock. He also said asphalt is too small to break a windshield. Asphalt is crushed so it has sharp pointed edges and if it hits right it can break a windshield. He said it probably came off the tire so there for its not covered. the tailgate had stuff all over it so it could have come from there. So now I can file paperwork at the courthouse and be pro se. Since they cant prove it didn't come from the tailgate and I cant prove it didn't come from the tire. judge will probably have each of us pay half. they will probably pay more for their attorney than my windshield. It's my opinion that they have no integrity and I wouldn't hire them for anything. I suggest Pete George.
    - JANE M.
  • F
    A-1 Concrete
    Contractor, Daniel L Converse doing business as A 1 Concrete, was supposed to pour 30 x 32 garage floor slab and finish to a "burnt finish". The finished floor was left with concrete creme slush slung and dried across the top of the floor in numerous areas. Area by floor drain left very rough. Area where radiant heat tubing exits floor left uneven and not troweled. The slab was to be sloped 1 1/2" towards the drain and yet I have a puddle of water (Approx 5' diameter) sitting on the slab at the east garage door. The floor perimeter line is grossly uneven (WAVY) up to 2". I checked it with a laser. I had to call the contractor several times in order for him to fix the floor surface. Contractor complained that he had to spend money on grinding the floor surface. They left grind marks (circles) in the slab surface where the grinder was stationary while grinding. I had to apply two coats of floor Epoxy to adequately seal the floor and make it look fairly presentable. The contractor was initially paid $300 to seal floor and did not do so, he said he would refund $300 and has not done so and it's been almost 3 months. The contractor refuses to answer his phone or texts. The contractor said he would furnish an invoice for the amount of $5500.00. (This includes material and labor). I have not seen an invoice yet. Here is the chain of events that transpired: 1. Dan (A 1 Concrete) came out and estimated the job and WAS told it would have radiant heat in floor, (He will tell you that he was NOT told it was going to have radiant heat), and it really doesn't make much difference anyway, it's all poured the same way. Ask any concrete contractor that KNOWS how to pour and finish concrete. 2. They showed up at 8:30 am with five guys and no 20' concrete extension chute (which then took them about 1.5 hours to go get) 3. The finisher freaked out about "No risers under the mesh re-enforcement. I had to tell them that you don't put risers under the mesh, because then you can't walk on it. I had to tell them to pull the mesh up as you pour. (All reputable contractors do it this way). 4. If they didn't want to pour it, they should have told me. 5. They didn't start pouring until around noon. 6. They had the concrete truck driver put so much water in the mix, it came out like "Water / Soup", this way they wouldn't have to work so hard in "Pulling" the mix to the back of the garage. 7. By pouring the mix so thin, the contractor was unable to keep the slab perimeter line even, hence the "Wavy Lines". 8. By pouring the mix so thin, and pouring late, they should have realized that it's going to take a lot longer to finish and that they would be there late. 9. Later I was told by Dan Converse (Owner), "My finisher fessed up that he went for a few beers with my brother while the concrete was setting up". I can't even begin to express what a nightmare this has been from the start and it's still not over. Moral of this story....... DO A BACKGROUND CHECK ON FLY-BY-NIGHT CONTRACTORS ... or people that call themselves contractors and give the word "Contractor" a bad name!
    - Tim M.
  • A
    I prepared the base prior (gravel and leveling of ground) to the crews arrival. They formed, poured, finished, and later came back to remove the concrete forms. Poured about 300 square feet of pad. Excellent work, John did exactly what I had asked for and I plan to hire again for the next phase of the patio.
    - chris l.
  • A
    Crawford & Brinkman
    I wanted to share my experience with this company. I had my garage door spring snap and contacted this company early on this Monday morning. The person that answered my call treated me very well over the phone and i was also impressed with her knowledge of both the product line that they offered and the service aspect. Her name was Lindsey. She reflects well how the company treats their customers. Withing two hours she had the service man at my residence to install new springs. His name was Terry Camp and he was also kind and didn't rush to install the springs but instead did it the correct way and made sure that the end result was a quality install. I am very picky about doing things right the first time and this man did just that along with making sure that I felt valued as a customer. I researched pricing on the install before I contacted this company and the price that I was charged was right in line to the penny for the service and quality parts they installed. Thank you Lindsey and Terry for the excellent customer service you offered me today. You have a lifelong customer and I plan to recommend your company to others in need of your service.
    - Adam G.
  • A
    Prairie Edge was great to work with. We hired them on two separate occasions, first for a waterfront retaining wall and stair set, then again for another retaining wall and land prep for native seed planning. All crew members were hard working and respectful of our property. Steve walked us through the his design ideas which were beautiful, broke down the bill to the level of detail requested, provided cost trade off options, and ensured we were happy with the results. We did not get a large number of competitive quotes but did feel that the work, particularly given the detail and expertise, was worth the proposal. $12K for 2014 construction of long keystone four-foot tall keystroke retaining wall, 5 x 7" keystone stairs, cleanup and rock under 18x18 foot deck $13.5K for 2016 construction of large keystone three foot retaining wall around outbuilding, $4.5K for restoration/seeding site prep of almost two acres of land plus trimming of various bushes around house.
    - Marilyn W.
  • B
    Doors And More
    Said it wasn't worth repairing, but had I been able to climb a ladder, I probably would have repaired it myself. Without being able to climb, I agreed to installing a completely new mechanism and wireless remotes. It took the service guy quite a bit longer than he originally estimated, but he held to the original estimate/quoted price. Got new remotes, and an automatic electric eye for anything blocking the door to cause a reversal of direction.
    - John C.
  • A
    DH Pace Central Illinois
    Very well, repairman said cables leading up to torsion spring came unwound off of spools because of an adjustment problem...repairman performed every thing needed to make torsion spring assembly, and power door opener perform like a new installation. He lubricated it and made the corrective adjustments. I got a very safe and dependable door now. It was a poorly adjusted and very noisy door before.
    - steve b.
  • A
    Designer Concepts Landscape Architecture Inc
    Our project needed to be delayed by about 6 weeks due to heavy rains, but this was no problem for us. They informed us a couple days in advance of when they were able to start our project, arrived on time, worked diligently and without supervision. They were very professional, and cleaned up at the end of each day. The whole project only took 2 full days plus a couple hours on the 3rd day. 
    Ryan Palm, the owner, came to see what was needed to complete our project. He gave some good suggestions and did a drawing indicating what could be done with his estimate within a couple weeks of his initial visit with us. He is very professional and nice to deal with. There were absolutely no problems from start to finish and we are so very pleased with the new curb appeal they gave our front yard. I would not hesitate to use them again in the future and would highly recommend them!
    - Rita H.
  • A
    Elite Seamless Gutters, Inc.

    AWESOME!!!! Great job by the crew!! Nice people to work with from the office, and the guys putting on the gutters. I received three quotes and he beat them both.They drove over an hour to do the job.   I would definitely recommend them and use them again!! Thank you Elite Gutters!!

    - jeffrey n.
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