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    Springfield Fence Co
    We were moving from Puerto Rico to a home that had no enclosure for a dog. Our dog had never been outside a fence. Our concerns are obvious and our window of opportunity was limited. It was also during the holiday season. Although Steve could not get the fence up before we moved in it was up soon after the holidays and done in one day before the ground was frozen hard. I was impressed very favorably.
    - Margaret D.
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    Springfield Fence Co
    They did a great job and cleaned up after themselves. I liked that they came out quickly and they came when they said they were going to. They did a very good job.
    - Marilyn A.
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    Gravel's Landscape Co Inc
    We found  Jean Gravel's website through Google.  We were impressed with the visuals provided on his website of previous work done.  We set up an appointment and he came to listen to what we wanted and to give us some advice and an estimate.   He provided a proposal via email within a week.  We worked out some kinks in the proposal and Mr. Gravel made an appointment with us several weeks later to begin work.The entire experience was 100% positive. He and his assistant were prompt, courteous, reliable, knowledgeable, flexible and skilled.  They worked quietly and efficiently for 6 days straight, responding to our many questions, agreeing to changes if he thought they were advisable, and fitting in extra requests above and beyond our original proposal.  I would highly recommend Gravel's Landscape Co. to anyone interested in having a true professional work on their residence and/or property.  We will certainly be calling upon him again if we need work done!
    - Ilana B.
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    Tony Herman
    Tony did a great job and was extremely thorough. The materials he used were very high quality and the finished job looked much better than any fence I'd ever had installed before. He and his crew took extra care to ensure everything was aligned and level and that the fencing was connected to the posts very securely. I was really pleased with his work.
    - April G.
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    Long Fence
    Our original board and baton fence was installed by Long Fence (RT 3 Crofton) in May 2004. The initial work seemed very good. Over four or five years we started to notice the back corners of the fence seemed loose. Late last year we noticed the sides of the fence actually separate from the back section. As we wanted a new piece of fence installed we called Long Fence. Lenny from the Urbana Pike location came out. He looked at our fence and told us the sides and back of the fence had never been connected together at the time of installation. We agreed that when they came out to put the new section of fence up they would make a repair on this. They came out, installed the new 8ft section of fence, replaced old boards with new boards (we paid $9 each for new boards) and connected the corners properly. They did a very good job of going over the entire fence and making sure the boards were re-nailed where needed.
    - Catherine K.
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    Olsen Curtis Fence LLC
    They were very good and I would highly recommend them. The service was good, the price was very competitive, and their follow up service was very prompt.
    - Cathy H.
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    Cole Landscape and Masonry/Cole Landscape & Fence
    Bottom line is that Randy seems like a nice guy, but he doesn't seem to really care about what he's doing. He didn't take any initiative, he didn't offer any advice, he didn't talk to me during the process - like when he changed the direction one gate would swing (even though we'd talked about which way each gate would swing before he started the job), and he did only mediocre work. It's a shame. His first task was to prepare my vegetable garden space for planting and clear a whole bunch of saplings that were growing around my property. He cut down some japanese knotweed, and took the tops off of one clump of saplings...and left everything he'd cut, rather than disposing of it (which had been included in his initial quote). 90% of the saplings were untouched - and they were the main task, not the knotweed. That same day, he worked on the garden, which he was supposed to till and leave ready to plant. He chewed the space up with his rototiller for an hour (after spending half an hour on the brush/saplings) and left. I went to start planting, and found the soil a mess, the surface hadn't even been combed, the tilling depth was uneven and all weeds and roots were still there - he hadn't cleaned anything out of the soil. I called to tell him I was unhappy, so he did return two days later with a helper, and the two of them hand dug the garden (I was surprised by all of this, since my brother-in-law had easily rototilled it with a smaller machine in years past, and had it deep-tilled and cleaned within a couple of hours). After the hand digging, the job was still not terrific - and he only bagged the stuff he took out, he didn't take it away. I gave up and told him to focus on the fence (for which I'd already paid a 50% deposit and was told he'd already ordered the parts). I was charged for both attempts on the garden, even though he'd said it was complete the first time, and the second trip was to correct the bad work. The fence installation went okay, except for 2 things: 1: he knew that the fence was to enclose my yard for a new puppy, but had the chain link high enough that a puppy easily could get under it - so I had to have him lower it, and 2: one gate was installed to swing the opposite of what we'd discussed (I'm still not clear on his explanation of why, since now I have two gates pivoting on the same post...and the way they're mounted prevents each one from opening fully)...and two of the posts are significantly higher than the others. I think this means they aren't as deeply seated in the ground, and that has me concerned. I told him up front that the soil around my property is fairly fluid - there's a bunch of movement in it each year after Spring thaw - and that the fence needed to be installed in a way that will prevent it from shifting too much. He told me that cement footings would hold it in place. From the way the posts are, I'm not sure the footings go deep enough. Basically, I just wanted to get the job done and get this guy off my property. I don't have a lot of money, and usually only hire people for things I know I can't do myself...and to take things off of my to-do list. I don't appreciate it when I have to go around cleaning up their messes, and I HATE having to spend money twice. I have a feeling my fence will need redoing next Spring.
    - Karol E H.
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    493 Danbury Road
    Wilton, Connecticut