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  • A
    Mario Grano & Sons
    Mario Grano and Sons did an excellent job taking out our beaten up one car concrete driveway, and replacing with a wide and beautiful two car concrete driveway. From the initial estimate (which was more competitive than what other contractors gave) to the handling of permits and actual demo and build work, they were on par and very professional!
    - Christina M.
  • A
    Tomasso Contracting Inc
    Great! They were very efficient--worked from morning until early evening almost nonstop. And the work was extremely neat--it's been a couple years (I'm writing this review two years after the project ) and there's no crumbling or chipping at all. People comment on the fine workmanship. A lot of masonry guys out there do sloppy work. These folks are top-notch. We're hiring them again for another project!
    - Patrick D.
  • A
    Iglesias Concrete
    They worked three days straight in 98 degree heat. The price was as quoted and clean up was great. After payment was made I forwarded a photo of an area of concern and they returned within a day to address it.
    - Ann P.
  • A
    Mario Grano & Sons
    We have an older brick house (built in approximately 1921), and the brick steps leading up the the front door were crumbling and had been encased in cement and patched up time and time again.  I knew it was time to replace the steps but was very worried about getting a good match for the bricks so that the front steps would look like they truly belonged to the house.
    I first spoke with Ben Grano for an estimate to replace our front steps on April of 2015, and we signed a contract for $11,550 for the front steps and sidewalk in early May.  On the negative side, Ben first visit was in the evening and he arrived much later than expected.  Also their price was higher than some of the other estimates.  But I was impressed with his thorough explanation of what they would do (and why) and I liked his overall design.  And I especially appreciated how much assistance I got from Ben in choosing bricks that would really look good with our house.  
     
    We also spoke about the landing by the front door at that time.  Ben noted that it was sagging a bit towards the middle and sounded hollow when we tapped on it and cautioned me that he felt that it would be important from a safety standpoint to open it up and look at it, but that it could end up being fairly pricey.  Other contractors had said the same thing (and we are used to the fact that many projects come with surprises with our old house) so it was clear that we were simply going to have to open it up and be ready to deal with whatever we found.
    Ben's initially told me they would aim to start in July, but that it could end up being later than that.  I had noted from other reviews that they can take much longer than promised to get started, so I went into the project knowing that the start date would likely be later.  (We weren't in any particular rush, and I am willing to wait if it gets the results I want.)  In the end they began work in early September.
    Once the work began, things went smoothly.  They were prompt, and the workers were there every day that the weather was reasonable.  The big uncertainty was the landing by the front door, and that did indeed turn out to be complicated.  The space below the landing was hollow all the way to the depth of the basement, in a separate chamber that we never knew existed.  We discussed various options for rebuilding the landing, and in the end they sealed the space and built a support using cinder blocks for the landing before pouring cement for the landing.  This added $3800 to the price, but we like knowing that the front landing will be safe for anyone who own our house in the future.
    The results are beautiful, and although the process required some patience, we were happy with the choices we made.

    - Kelly W.
  • A
    Cee Jay Real Estate Development Corp
    He did such a great job. I've had people stop by and say to me how beautiful the work has turned out. He did some work for my next door neighbor as well. If I needed any adjustments, he was right there to correct and fix anything. I couldn't be more pleased. They worked in all kinds of weather to get the work done.
    - Sandra K.
  • A
    Iglesias Concrete
    The work was done without any issues.  I am satisfied with the quality and timeliness of the work as well.  IC is a professional contractor and is pleasant to work with.  They know their work well and provide good suggestions for getting the work done.  It could not have been done any better in terms of overall project handling. 
    - Neeraj N.
  • A
    Milano Landscaping
    We requested estimates from 3 landscaping companies and the best value for the money was from Milano.  They began the jobs (concrete and landscaping) when they said they would. All personnel, from the office staff, to the estimator, to the site supervisor and the landscapers were professional, courteous and diligent.  Within about 1 week, one of the plantings dried up.  Once notified Milano visited the site, analyzed the situation and within a couple of days, replaced the plant to our great satisfaction. All in all, this was a very satisfactory encounter with a very professional organization.
    - Thaddeus S.
  • A
    Falletta Masonry
    The Masons arrived around 8-8:30 am and immediately new what to do they started digging and leveling and building the new walkway form, tearing out the old back entrance stoop cleaning the area and removing all debris from around the work area and preparing areas for new masonry work by 1:30 pm the back door steps were setting up and prepared for the workers to start pouring cement also they stepped in and completed the front porch and smoothing out the cement and completing the finished look we are so very happy with total results. Thank you Falletta Masonry!!!
    - Victor C.
  • B
    Falletta Masonry
    Was very responsive to my initial contacts. Arrived at the scheduled time to provide the estimate. Did not receive any additional information other than what it would cost. Mentioned a number of times that he was very busy - 2 to 3 months out, but since I needed the work to be done sooner because I was selling my home he said he would "try" to fit me in earlier. Since I didn't want to take the chance, I decided to go with a different contractor. His estimate was in line with others I received.
    - Fred E.
  • F
    CMS Construction Group LLC
    As a former contractor I will try to stick only to the provable facts of the services provided by Stone Patio Professionals. Due to knee injuries, I was unable to do this job myself and interviewed approx. 6 contractors. They certainly had a good salesman. That unfortunately is were anything "GOOD" ended. The company, Stone and Patio Professionals  , AKA, CMS Masonry Inc,AKA, CMS Waterproofing, all operate as independent companies known as CMS Construction Group, owned by Charles Szarawarski. One foremen is named Scott. They did change their offices physical location while they were working on my home. I say they, but they, CMS, never did any work.They did not even obtain the proper work permits from the county, but rather changed the scope of work contracted without even informing me. Charles showed up and intended to install the new pavers on TOP of my old cracked concrete. This was impossible as it would have made doors impossible to open, stairs incorrect heights and drainage problems everywhere!  I took 2 trips to the county to explain the job and get the required permits. They had a great salesman and what looked like a lot of good reviews on Angies List, but boy was I misled. To keep it short and to the point is difficult. I hired them in May to begin work in July installing pavers which was supposed to take 5 days. I deposited over $1500 dollars in May to begin a patio job in July that would take 5 days.They finally showed up in Sept. for more money, as contracted (approx,$4,400.00) and to begin the work. No one from CMS ever worked on my project. Charles Szarawarski showed up to collect money, introduce me to each of the new sub-contractors he hired, but never spent more than 10 minutes on my property at one time. Charles Szarawarski hired sub contractors to do the work. The first 2 sub contractors both worked 2 or 3 days then walked off the job due to lack of payment from CMS and the inability of CMS to get materials to the job site. The first contractor walked off the job after they went to pick up materials and CMS and Charles Szarawarski's credit cards were denied at the supplier and he apparently had no line of credit with any other suppliers to get materials making it impossible for the sub contractors to continue working. He informed me that this was "normal and he could only get materials at the beginning of the week after he paid off the credit card at the end of the week". I had to personally pay for the load of supplies over the phone with my credit card to keep the subs working that day. This, after I had already paid them enough for all the materials and all the labor. I confirmed this by talking to the sub contractors, whom all gladly shared what they were promised to be paid by Charles Szarawarski and their personal experience working for him, including the money owed to them for work completed on other jobs. By the end of the day, the sub contractors decided they were walking off the job since Charles Szarawarski had not returned mine or their  phone calls, or shown up, as promised, to pay them. They literally stopped working at 2pm, started loading up their tools, and unloading all the construction debris around my property! Frantically, I had to ask my neighbor and my wife to stop what they were doing and help unload almost 2 cubes of pavers and construction materials from their dump truck before they drove away with the materials I just bought for the second time!!! More time passed, many, many phone calls were made and not returned by CMS andCharles Szarawarski, but he finally found a 3rd sub contractor to come and work , but they were going to walk off the job as well on the first day. They were told by Charles, if they showed up, there was only 4-6 hrs worth of work to complete my project. After working a full day it was clear there was at least another 2+ full days of work to complete my project. All these contractors had the same story, that they were all owed significant amounts of money from previous jobs and refused to work any further on my job. The owner Charles Szarawarski refused to answer his phone or return calls from me and calls from his hired sub-contractors. He only showed up at my home 5 or so times over a 6 month period usually only to collect money and "promise everything would be finished in a couple days". Remember the job was supposed to be completed in 5 days, and from signing the original contract until the job was completed was +6 months. In addition to damaging my home, the patio was laid improperly and had a huge puddle in the middle when I let the waterhose run on it. This had to be torn out and relaid by the 3rd contractor. I had to buy materials out of my own pocket again and again that I had already paid Charles Szarawarski and CMS for.  In total I had to pay for materials 7 times to keep the project in motion. I had to negotiate and pay the 3rd contractor out of my pocket (which I had already paid Charles for) to keep them from walking off the job and to get the job completed. CMS and Charles Szarawarski, in no way shape or form supervised or did any work other than show up to collect money and lie time and again about, when they would show up for work. Charles Szarawarski time and again supplied totally ludicrous excuses the few times he did return a call or picked up a phone. I am filing claims against CMS and Stone and Patio Professionals with the BBB and the State Attorney Generals Office, and will also be seeing them in civil court for the money I paid twice for materials and labor, the work I physically had to do to get the job completed, the tools that had to be rented, the damage to my property. After talking to the State Attorney General's office, they informed me that there were "more than a couple complaints already filed against the company". I didn't ask how many I just asked how to file my complaint. Charles Szarawarski proved to be a consummate liar and dodge artist while working on my home,, he did absolutely nothing as he promised , appeared to have little or no knowledge of the local building codes, and his unsupervised subcontractors ended up doing about $2,000 dollars of damage to my new asphalt driveway and the stucco siding on my home. Left my yard muddy and full of construction rubbish for months. A 5 day job = 6 months of misery. The final contractors were a few guys who were, according to them, owed approx., $7,000.00 for prior jobs they completed for CMS, and I had to negotiate with them independently to stay and help ME finish the job, and promised I would pay them myself as they had given up on being paid by Charles Szarawarski I don't know what he did with my money, but it certainly did not go towards paying for more than approx. 1/8th of the materials on my project and none of it went to the subcontractors. Thank goodness I had contracting experience and was able to complete the job, and have the parts done incorrectly torn out and completed properly with the help of the 3rd sub contractors. Had they been hired by my mother or anyone else unfamiliar with pavers and brick installation and pricing, grading and pitching for proper drainage, proper building codes and other construction knowledge, they would have been outright ripped off by CMS and Charles Szarawarski on a similar project. The sad part is, a crew of 4-5 men could have easily completed my project in a 5 day period, instead Charles Szarawarski held my money hostage, destroyed my property and made it unusable for the entire summer, and just flat out quit returning my phone calls. Charles Szarawarski and CMS Construction Group violated our trust in every conceivable way. I kept a daily log from the beginning of this project, until it's very bitter end, this review was written using daily notes made over course of this project and can be reproduced, and will be submitted as evidence to the State Attorney General's Office.
    - Klara T.
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