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  • A
    Roof Nation and More LLC
    After several calls to different companys for estimates, we decided to go with Rood Nation and More! They did a stupendous job for an amazing price! Service was outstanding from start to finish. Others in the neighborhood loved it aswell. The crew is very professional and showed up on time. I would highly recommend your company to friends and neighbors!
    - Yasmin L.
  • A
    Landsdown Tree Service, LLC
    I had been searching for a tree removal company and my neighbor recommended me to Landsdown because he got serviced last year. I was blown away by how quick and efficient I was surveyed and the gentlemen were so nice! They are very good at what they do and for anyone looking to get service done this would be the first and only company I would go with for quality work.
    - Olivia I.
  • A
    The Sharper Cut Inc
    Let's start out with Bill is a very patient guy. Once we got our amazing design from them, I had a series of medical issues which delayed us getting started by years.  Once we were able to start, getting the HOA to approve the new arbor was a chore and a half. First we had to change the original design because the distance from the easement for it had changed. We had to redesign it to fit. Then it took forever for the building guy at the HOA to see the changes because he either lost the plans or was out of town/ country. This took months (about 5). Once we could get rolling Sharper Cut got the building permit and we were almost off. Right after miss utility came out to mark things, we got the snow storm. That added another 2 weeks. After that it went very smoothly. We were contacted by the foreman and verified everything. Sharper Cut took out the old arbor(which was about to fall down) and moved any of the bushes that needed to be moved because of the footers. At that point they moved the stones for the path to their new resting place. The actual builders of the arbor came out and installed the arbor. Sharper Cut did warn me that with the transplants, there was a good chance of those bushes dying but I wanted to move them anyway. The shrubs died, but at least they got a chance.  There was never any clean up on our part required. They were here for about a half day each time and the ones putting in the arbor were here for approximately 3 hours. 
    We still have the rest of the plan to do- like replacing the wood on the deck and and building the patio; not to mention all the plantings needed and the front yard redesign. We plan to use them for all of what we need to do. My husband and I were extremely happy with their work and recommend them to anyone.

    - Chris H.
  • F
    America's Best Home Improvement
    $13,000 estimate for a $2,000 to $5,000 back yard paver job. Even more ridiculous was a $10,000 estimate for a concrete resurfacing of (1) front door step that cost $500 to $1000. I'm sure they get a lot of old people with pensions and a lot wealthy people that don't really care about price. Shop around for a reasonable estimate before you sign the paperwork. A total waste of time, I must of have had a "fool" sign on my forehead.
    - Tarique R.
  • A
    Bonn Group America, LLC
    We purchased a Big Deal from AL, and the provider contacted us almost immediately.  Since we had to go out of town, we had to cancel initially, however, they came by a few weeks later to determine how much work needed to be done.  I explained that we needed to have the work done right away because of an important event the next week.  They came early only 2 days later and completed the job.  They taped the entire bathroom as drywall had already been installed.  They then mudded and sanded the joints (including inside  corners and around tub and vanity) at least 2 times using the quick mud and finishing with the longer drying joint compound.  The job was very professional, and we were very pleased with the outcome.
    - Phillip F.
  • A
    G & E Landscaping & Concrete Services
    Greg dug the footers and framed the site in a couple of days.  The pad was level and all the footer bolts were aligned properly, allowing me to secure the greenhouse to the pad in a square and plumb fashion.
    I have since used Greg for 2 other jobs: replacing our basement walkout drain with a new culvert and concrete steps, and laying 20 tons of washed stone with weed-block fabric around my garden and pool.  Both jobs were done satisfactorily and for a good price.
    - Michele M.
  • A
    RC 4 Construction, Inc
    So far, so good. The Ardex layer is smooth and has no cracks and has held up for over a week even in rainy weather. Contractors were on time, worked swiftly, efficiently, and were very professional.
    - JOSEPH S.
  • A
    Estevez Deck and Stone
    Before he started the job, we talked at great length about the different types of pavers and stone available to create what we had in mind.  He then suggested what he thought would be the best choice and why, givining the project a dramatic effect.  Once the work began he worked deligently from morning until late afternoon taking great care with our lawn and planted areas.  At the end of the day he thrououghly cleaned the work area and protected the work from the elements, thus preserving the work he performed.  His work is excellent and I would recommend him to anyone who wants a beautiful and dramatic addition added to their home.
    - Katherine G.
  • A
    John Himchak Construction Company Inc.
    The job went extremely well!  The entire process, from start to finish, was only two days.   As explained, Mr. Himchak's crew arrived and removed the old driveway, walk way and front step and completed the preparations for the pouring of the concrete the following day. The following morning, the crew arrived and finished the minor details and when the concrete arrived, the work began. By 3pm that afternoon, the new driveway, walk way and front step were done. The crew cleaned up and it appeared as though no work had been done that day.  That evening, Mr. Himchak arrived to discuss the work that had been done. When I explained my complete satisfaction with the work, I paid him and he explain the details again that we had discussed in our first meeting.
    - Diana S.
  • A
    Bay Area Concrete
    The front entrance area: we wanted a clean/simple elegant/understated front and walkway that matched the siding and grout in the brickwork. Bottomline something that leads you into the entrance way without overpowering the landscape and the entrance itself. Ray and John transformed a dull/boring front entrance into exactly what we hoped for and matched the tall verticals on the front and sides of the porch perfectly. Once again superb job.   Patios and wooded walkways: This was a very complex and time consuming project. We started with the layout of the cut stone grout lines and patterns which were then tapped. That was followed by putting down a very thick top covering to give depth to the grout lines and to help make the concrete look like stone. (It was much cheaper than stamping the concrete and gives the randomness of real stone) Next was defining the colors which took hours of mixing to match exactly the stones in the gardens, followed by over 15 hours of application work that included layering of colors to bring out the different colors, but also to give you the depth of color you get in actual stone. There was concern by Ray that the smoother texturing of the concrete to resemble a stone surface would cause it to be slippery when wet. To offset this possibility, Ray used multiple layers of anti-slip sealant. It worked very well as I tried scoffing my feet on it during a rain storm without having any type of slippage. So once again Ray and John out did themselves with what I would deem a piece of artwork, in fact I asked them if they were going to sing their work the same as any other artist ? another superb job that was worth every cent of what I paid.   
     A foot note: be part of the work process to ensure you get what you want. Stand back from the work (I used my deck that is 9 feet above) to ensure you are getting the look and color tones you want so you can make adjustments as need now, because later will be too late. Additionally, think about the color contrasts, because when you are trying to get the colors right, it is easy to cause everything to get a little darker that you may want.  
    Ok, down to dollars and cents: It would have cost me over $30K to put down that large an area with real stone, so for less than 1/3 the cost, I got something that looks pretty darn close. I strongly recommend getting a dull front porch done, it is only about $4-5 a square foot and is a simple one coat application and makes a big difference in the looks of your house and the resale value. For the more complex, multi coating/multi colored project you can expect $10+ a square foot, as I stated above, mine was worth every cent of the cost and the only comments I?ve received have been ?WOW!!?   I cannot say enough above the workmanship of both Ray and John, they will do whatever it takes to get it done right, not quickly like most others. Integrity and honesty are these guys work ethic and their completed work is always outstanding.
    - George P.
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