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Stamped Concrete reviews in Shawnee

  • A
    Royal Polish Systems
    We recently hired Royal Polish to finish our 3 car garage with a Saddle Tan Flaked Epoxy finish and are extremely pleased with the end result. Our selection process began by meeting with 4 companies and we selected Royal Polish after our discussion with Andrew. We used 3 decision points in selecting Royal Polish: 1) Andrew���s comments about their focus and commitment to provide a quality installation and a guarantee that they would not cut corners; 2) I had measured our garage square footage and Andrew was the only quote that had the same measurements without inflation; and 3) there price was competitive per square foot. We were so impressed with the quality of the preparation and installation of the finish. Every seam and crack was hand ground and then treated with a special sand compound and epoxy. The entire floor was then meticulously ground in addition to the tops of the foundation skirts. The skirts were then hand painted with sealer followed by the floor being rolled. I was amazed with the amount of flakes that were used. The entire floor and skirts were fully covered with flakes. The finish and flakes were allowed to dry overnight and the team came back on-time the next morning. The excess flakes were removed and the final coat of epoxy was applied. Andrew came back the following day to touch up paint where some of the woodwork paint had come off. Personally, we will use Royal Polish for any future concrete finishing needs.
    - Bryan W.
  • F
    Anything Is Possible Contracting, Inc.
    Hired Louis in July for basement finish. Estimated 40 days and it���s been over 100 working days so far and we just finished the drywall phase with window casing and floor boards not even completed yet. We have paid him $47,000 with only $1800 left to go and we just basically completed the drywall and muddling phase. After he receives payment, we have noticed very long delays in progress and communication. Nothing but multiple delays and excuses for not being on site. We have had drywall sub contractors and an architect reach out to us as they said they have not received payment from Louis. I do not know if they both have been paid yet. We shared concerns of financial issues for lack of progress, decline in workers, poor reviews on this site, and so we have made 3 requests on the day of 12-8-17 for a list of materials purchased or not purchased for our job and Louis and Laura have ignored those requests. They are not required to but it���s our feeling, based on everything I stated above that our money is gone or tied up in another project that is not ours. I have addressed these poor reviews with Louis and he did not take ownership for most of the poor reviews. We were assured that we were a priority before we gave him the 2nd to final payment but here we are at another delay after we have paid him. We regret hiring this contractor and have serious concerns of where our money has gone.
    - pete w.
  • B
    All Weather Decks
    Waited quite a long time to get the permit issued by the city due to the fact that the builder didn't have certified engineer drawings for review. Getting those drawings from an engineer seemed like getting teeth pulled, and took a number of weeks. Once the drawings were taken to the city, the permit was issued promptly. Then rain delayed concrete getting poured and finally after about 10 days, the patio was poured. Phone calls with questions I had were initially returned fairly quickly, then they became ignored with no call back. That was frustrating and it made us feel as though we were becoming a bother to the owner. I finally began calling my salesman with the questions and he had a magic phone # in which he could call the owner and get answers to my questions. In my opinion, not a way to run a business, especially when spending 5 figures. After the concrete was poured, Diego and Umberto began construction of the roof and completed it promptly and with incredible expertise. While there was a slight language barrier, the work they performed was absolutely precise with superb craftsmanship. Both of these gentlemen are definite assets to AWD. The result of their hard labor is really the envy of the neighborhood.
    - john b.
  • A
    Kreative Driveways Inc
    They did a great job. They were right on time and they did everything they said they would do. There were a couple of defects almost a week after they were done so I called them and they were right out and fixed it. I was very pleased them and the price too. They were very professional and the owner came every time to check everything. So far I think they are great; it has a three year warranty on it. I extend every three years.
    - Ronald M.
  • A
    ACS: CONCRETE | CONSTRUCTION
    The whole experience was great, it was the second time we used this company. They show up when they say they will, all employees are nice and very helpful. They listen to what exactly it is you want and work with you to make it happen. If you ask for suggestions they are great about giving you some and real good about making sure you can visualize what they are describing. The job was started even sooner than we expected which was great. We are really happy with everything. Everyone that has seen the work they did has loved it and several have asked for their name and phone number. Would totally recommend them and would use them again!
    - Cynthia P.
  • A
    Probuilt Patio Enclosures
    I love the patio! Whenever we had an issue, Chris got right back to us. I needed this patio to be a certain size and shape to work with our patio furniture. Chris helped us to plan out exactly what we needed. They were patient with us and flexible. Their clean up process was immaculate. They even mulched the perimeter of the patio. They also stacked up some old stones on the side so that it didn't look unattractive.
    - David C.
  • A
    MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION
    I have used Glen and Mountain in the past.  They re-finished my basement back in 2010 and they also did an addition (master bedroom, bathroom, walk in closet) to my parents house the following year.  I had full confidence that they would do a great job on my newest project and they did.  
    I did get some other estimates.  I had several companies come in and give separate bids for each job and one other company to give a bid for everything.  The amount on the estimates varied far more than I would have thought.  One company bid 9000 for the driveway while another bid 4999.  The company that bid 4999 had great reviews on Angies List so I was comfortable going with them if it didn't work out with Mountain.  The same company bid 2799 for the stamped concrete patio.  A seperate company that did the siding on my parents house gave me an estimate of 5999 for doing 2 sides of the house and all the fascia.  They did a good job on my parents house so I was comfortable going with them if, once again, it didn't work out with Mountain Construction.
    I only had one company give an estimate for all of the projects (other than Mountain) and they gave a bid of 59,000.  No way I was going to pay that much when I had all these individual bids that added up to much, much less.  
    I had bids all over the board for the most expensive part, the screened in porch.  One company said 16,000 another 23,000 and Archadeck didn't give me an exact number but estimated 27000 would be the minimum if I went with the cheapest options.  I did not get an estimate for the landscaping or the french door in the kitchen leading to the screened porch or the atrium door going from the downstairs room to the patio.  
    So, when I contacted Glen I told him what all my estimates were and he said they could do everything, french door and downstairs door and landscaping included for 45,370.  He also said he would throw in installing a new storm door for our front door to our house.
    To me it was a no brainer since I had already used Glen and trust him.
    One of my priorities was not losing any size that we had on our old deck which was 20' x 16" so that was the size we went with.  Also, another priority was using a material for flooring that would never have to be stained, never splinter, never fade, etc.  I did a ton of research and in the end chose a product call Fiberon Horizon in the Ipe style.  Here is a link to it:
       www.fiberondecking.com/products/horizonDecking
    It is a composite wrapped in PVC.  My parents have a composite flooring and I told Glen that I wanted a porch to mimic the look and feel of my parents as much as possible but I wanted a different flooring since I had done some research and saw some reviews of the regular composite decking that weren't great.  When I found the fiberon horizon product one of the appealing things about it was that it was far cheaper than pure PVC.  Many posters on forums stated that it was hardly any more expensive than popular basic compsite materials.  This was one area where Glen and I had a mis-communication.  Since I had seen online that the price of the PVC wrapped composite was much closer in price to plain old composite than it was to PVC I assumed his total estimate of 45,370 was still what I would end up paying.  Well, at the end when they were all finished and I paid the final installment payment it was 1500 more than I thought it would be.  I was surprised and it hurt the wallet a bit since I had everything budgeted to the penny basically.  
    However, I couldn't be too upset.  I have to admit my screened porch looks better than my parents (the basis of Glen's quote to me was to use my parents porch as a reference) and I'm very glad I went with the PVC wrapped composite.  Also, the railing to the stairs if very nice and not made of composite material.  I guess I just wish Glen would have gone over with me at the time how much more I would be charged when it was all said and done.  
    We absolutely LOVE our screened porch.  We used a darker screen which gives us privacy during the day.  As you can see from the pictures (ha, if I figure out how to post pictures) from the outside you can't see in but from the inside you can see out just fine.  Also the screen is VERY tough.  I read reviews from people that said hail storms had damaged their roof, siding, cars, but the screen on the screened porch was just fine.  Also, the holes must be smaller than regular screen.  I've been in screened porches where very small insects (gnats etc) can get in but that does not happen in my porch.  
    My girls and wife attract any and all mosquitoes in the city, so much so that we couldn't really use our deck anymore (that and the deck was falling apart).  Now with the screen no more worries.  Also, per our request they put screen under the flooring to since we have gaps between the boards.. 
    LOVE the french doors going out from the kitchen onto the porch.  On nice days we just prop open both doors and it's such a nice wide open view out to the porch and vice versa.  We eat dinner out there all the time, what's nice is even when it's hot in the summer it's not bad by 6 or 7 pm since the sun is on the other side of the house.  The ceiling fan really helps too.  Eventually I plan on putting a tv on the wall above the french doors in between the speakers.  
    The patio is awesome too, we had many nights in the early summer before it got hot this year sitting around the fire pit, and roasing marshmallows for smores with the kids or having a few beers with friends.  
    The driveway is such an improvement, I wish I had a before picture our driveway was really crumbling away.  The landscaping is perfect.  We just wanted something simple and low maintenance and that's exactly what Glen gave us.  
    As far as the siding goes, we already had 2 of the sides of the house done.  I know that sounds like total WT but I hate having to finance anything and at the time we had issues with rot and woodpeckers getting into the attic so we replaced the front of the house and the north side.  The rest of the house was already white so no one really noticed unless I pointed it out. Still, over the last couple years more rot was starting to show up on the back of the house and the south side so it needed to be replaced too.
    That's about it.... any future projects we have we will be going with Mountain and Glen for sure.  Eventually we plan on knocking out some walls and going with an open concept (man I'm sick of that term, my wife is always watching HGTV) with our main level.  
    Ha, that said Glen may be sick of me by now - I think I am pretty high maintenance and am often bugging Glen with a ton of questions during projects but he always patiently answers any questions and gets back to me very quickly.
    - Sheldon C.
  • A
    ClassiConcrete
    1st, met with John on time, as promised, and reviewed the driveway, walk and stoop to figure the best solution to repair and resurface.
    After contract was signed, workers arrived on time with all tools and supplies needed. This was the hottest week of summer and I must say the workers performed beyond my expectations to complete.
    Very satisfied with result and would highly recommend ClassiConcrete.
    - Rolland K.
  • F
    blue river concrete
    My experience was great at first and then once I took a closer look it went down hill.
    Here is what they did wrong:
    1. They left the old sidewalk the meets up to the driveway cracked in 2 pieces, the seam on the left garage door was not finished.
    2. The seam on one retaining wall was not finished at all but the other retaining wall was done correctly.
    3. Two months after driveway was poured I discovered a 12 foot crack spanning across 2 sections of my driveway. I think it has something to do with them forgetting to compact the base but the owner said that is not an important step.
    Upon discovery of the 12 foot crack I contacted Steve Johnson the owner of the company. He stood me up 2 times and rarely returned calls unless I threatened action. After a month of calls he finally came out with the Geiger concrete company representative. They told me it is normal to have 12 foot cracks in driveway and that it would be fine, I disagree. Steve said he would have his crew come out and fix the areas they messed up (excluding the 12 foot crack) and seal the driveway with the sealer Geiger gave me. He of course never showed up.
    This has been a horrible experience I would not wish on anyone. He was great to work with until he collected his money and then he was done with me.
    - Karen B.
  • A
    Land Escapes LLC
    Brett and I walked the yard during our first visit and we kicked around several ideas and I told him what I definitely wanted and then left the rest to him.  As he put it, curb appeal in front and cozy in the back yard.  He put together the plan and I signed on the dotted line.   
    The entire installation was done over an 8 day period and during horribly high temperatures in July, but that did not detour them from getting the job done.  There was no slacking off and everyone was very friendly.  I couldn't be happier with the way the work was conducted.  They have since been very responsive to my questions, mostly about the irrigation system, and we have since added one more sprinkler head and a rain monitor to the system.  We are a little worried about a couple of the dogwoods, but will wait for spring to see how they do, as there is still life in them.  I'm amazed quite frankly that none of the plants actually died in the heat we had this summer and the crew didn't get sick, but they had plenty of water along and took shaded breaks as needed.
    I'm already thinking about a few more things I may have them do next spring.  I was totally impressed with Brett and his crew from start to finish and would highly recommend him to anyone.  
    - Carol L.
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