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  • F
    In the third year, it developed large cracks. I kept having it sealcoated, but the cracks would always reappear. I contacted Murph, the owner, in the fourth year. He said to wait until the following year, since I just had it sealcoated, and he would repair it under the warranty. That seemed reasonable, and I believed him, which was a mistake. The following year, I kept calling Murph but he refused to stand behind his work and honor the warranty. Very arrogant, too. A related company did the sealcoating one year, and the worker who came out had a really bad attitude whenever I asked him a question. I would never recommend this contractor to anyone. Contractors must understand that reputation matters, irrespective of how long they have been in business in a particular geographic region.
    - Joseph P.
  • A
    A@S Paving and Excavating LLC
    Excellent. The workmanship is top-notch. Al did a magnificent job with some unique pitches - I have no water pooling anywhere on the DW. I also have heavy machinery on the DW and it has held up as designed. I had 8 quotes for the work and recommend Al without any hesitation.
    - DAVID T.
  • A
    Hicks Paving LLC
    Work was scheduled to start in a few days, fixed cracks, resurfaced the driveway to a like new state. Crew was professional, neat, and proactive to protect house and garage doors near the work area. Honest, great service provider.
    - Reid K.
  • A
    Beckage Sealcoating
    Met with the owner, Alex, to discuss and measure out the project. He came back to review all aspects of the job from select materials being used to the exact breakdown of how the work flow would happen. This was very important since it is a retail and residential parking lot which requires being open constantly.
    Alex then presented the cost aspect to me.  The quote was consistent to the others I had received. We moved forward with Beckage knowing his expertise, materials and promptness to complete were far better than the other two contractors I interviewed.
    I would strongly recommend reaching out to Beckage for your seal-coating needs.
    - Joseph M.
  • A
    Great American Sealcoating
    Excellent experience. Well priced as compared to competitors. Did a great job sealing driveway without getting sealer on Belgium blocks or landscape. Product they use has held up great even after a year later, the driveway looks like they sealed it yesterday. We have a couple cracks that opened up again over the winter and they came back and refilled them - again doing a great job.
    - Richard C.
  • A
    Hicks Paving LLC
    This was impressive professionalism.  The estimate was done promptly, and checked a second time on site at my request to avoid surprises. They showed up on the day they said, and were prompt in the morning.  The rip-out didn't disturb any of the surrounding brick walkways, stone walls, grass or plantings.  The re-grading was done using a transit, with the owner operating the bobcat equipment, to make sure the swale was precise and sculpted to fit well with existing surrounds.  The paving itself was done by a large and experienced crew that converged in the afternoon, orchestrated by the owner, and then tested for proper run-off.  The site was left clean and clear of any debris.  Subsequent heavy rain proved the installation.  The price was about 30% higher than a competitor, but the scope of work for the same square footage was superior, and the end result was artistry. 
    - Robert H.
  • D
    Beckage Sealcoating

    I had a very bad experience with Beckage sealcoating.

    The quote wasn't cheaper than the other companies but since Beckage had an A or A+ rating at the time, I hired them.  

    The job was started (and supposed to be finished) at the beginning of October of last year.  They showed up late.  They were supposed to arrive by 1pm and they showed up after dark when temperatures were dropping.  It was dark enough by the time they started that they couldn't see what they were doing and I had to offer them a flashlight so that they could fill in the cracks with the hot rubber.  By the time that they were spreading the sealcoating, they were operating through the use of my flashlight and the headlights on their truck.  The temperature was right about at the point that they said was too cold to perform sealcoating. 

    In the morning, the mess was observed in its full glory.  The sealcoating was splattered on my practically new garage door (brand new 11 months earlier), cracks were not filled in entirely, and the sealcoating wasn't smooth like I expected.  It had little cracks throughout.  In hopes that my worry about the cracks was unfounded, I waited an entire week to drive my car on the driveway even though it is suggested to wait only three days.

    About a month later, the sealcoating was pealing and I took pictures, called Beckage, and sent them a detailed email describing the damage to the garage door, lack of filled in cracks, and how badly the sealcoating was pealing. 

    I was told that since it was so cold, now in November, there was little that they could do and that they would need to wait until the spring to fix the driveway.  I asked if someone would come out to assess the problems in person and they declined to come look at it until the spring. 

    Therefore, I had to look at my now ugly garage door every time I arrived home and this reminded me of the mess that was underneath the tires. It turned out that throughout the winter the sealcoating was dragged by the tires into the garage.  Then as there was a lot of snow, and thus wet shoes coming in and out of the house, the sealcoating started to get dragged into the house.  Now, my wife, is a clean freak and as soon as she started seeing the black specks we began taking our shoes off outside to reduce the amount of stuff dragged in.  If I had carpet instead of hardwood floors throughout the first floor, the carpets would have been ruined because when the black specks warmed up inside they became very sticky and blackness would have taken over.  With a lot of vigilance and elbow grease, we (mostly my wife) were able to keep the floors from being completely ruined.

    Fast forward to March, I called Beckage to see if they would come out and start fixing the mess.  I eventually scheduled the owner, Alexander M. Patullo Jr., to come inspect.  He was polite and seemingly professional at first, but as we inspected the driveway and discussed what happened, he mentioned that if he would have known about the problem sooner, they would have been able to do more.  I had to correct him and point out that it was obvious that he didn't review the information and pictures that I sent to his company four months earlier (only 1 month after the original job) in an email, which described the problems that we were now looking at in detail.  He also had the nerve in the same conversation to try to sell me on another job as if he thought I believed his company was competent.    

    By the end of the conversation, he agreed to power wash the driveway, scrub the garage door, powerwash the garage, and redo the sealcoating and crack sealant job.  No offer was made to take care of anything in the house (and frankly I would not let anyone sent by this company into my house to ruin anything inside). I scheduled them to come and clean up on a Saturday in early May when the weather would be warm and then redo the sealcoating on the following Wednesday, which required me to take a half vacation day off of work because there was no way I was going to let them do the job without my direct supervision at this point.  I remember not being happy that I had to schedule at their convenience, and I also had to wait until the day before the service to find out what time of day they would arrive. 

    I expected them to arrive at 1pm on the Saturday for the powerwashing, etc... and after 5pm I called to report that no one arrived and that I wanted to speak with the owner.  Alex returned the phone call before 6pm.  We had a conversation about how I wanted my money back because now I had a messed up garage door and disgusting asphalt pealing from the driveway and washing into the lawn.  I had to clearly describe how poorly his company handled the job and now how they were blowing off fixing the mess they made and wasting my time.  Eventually Alex, backed off and admitted that they really did a poor job and that they were going to make everything right.  I was even offered a gift certificate to my favorite restaurant to make up for all the anxiety, stress, and time that they had caused my family.  Nothing could "make everything right" at this point and this review would have given them a triple F at this point because they had messed up on so many levels. 

    On the following Wednesday, I took a half day off of work to babysit the cleaning crew.  If I had hired them to do some powerwashing, they would have received an A rating.  With me watching their every move, they did an excellent job.  I had to pitch in a little bit by putting in 4 hours of work to move everything out of my garage before they began and sweeping the water out of the garage as they scrubbed it with some big circular water squirting tool that seemed to be powerscrubbing the garage floor.  I also had to pick a lot of the sealcoating out of the lawn.  However, at the end of this step, the garage door was back looking new again and my garage was free of black filth. The driveway still had a little bit of flaking but it was in much better shape.

    The following Saturday, I set aside the day to get the sealcoating done.  They said they would be there first thing in the morning; I was the first priority.  This again wasn't the case and I waited, but they did eventually come around 1pm.  The team lead came to the door and I described to him carefully how I was going to come out and oversee what they were doing.  They began sweeping the tree debris off the driveway and blowing stuff around before I walked out to greet them.  One of the employees was eating an orange and spitting the peal out into my yard and I asked him to stop politely.  I walked over to talk to the team lead and as we turned back we both observed him do it again.  The team lead apologized about this individuals behavior a couple of times during the next 1.5 hours it took them to finish the job.  I put down some brown paper to protect the garage and garage door before they started and then I watched their every move.  By the end of the day the job was done, finally. 

    I waited one week to drive on it with the car again after being told that 3 days enough and it's been about a month now and the driveway looks good.  I have yet to hear from Alex so that I can get that gift certificate to my favorite restaurant to ease off a little more the anxiety that Beckage had caused my family.  (In case Alex reads this review and wants to send a gift certificate, our favorite restaurant is 55 Main in Flemington.)

    At the time that that this review is being written, I'm on the fence between a D and an F, but because the job was eventually done right, I gave them a D.  That is an honest grade.  If anyone chooses to work with Beckage, I can't stress this enough, sit out there and watch their every move.   

    - Christina S.
  • D
    C H Paving
    Not well.  Attempts to get written update/confirmation of prior quote for contracting purposes were fruitless.  Estimator showed up when agreed and confirmed the pricing from August 2014 was still good after discussion with the owner.  Promised an updated written quote to reflect current date.  Didn't happen.  Four follow-ups (including dialogue with both principles of the company, a voice message, and an e-mail via Angie's list) to facilitate a down-payment and scheduling of work produced nothing.  Speculating, it appears that something has happened in the last couple of months -- an illness, a cash-flow problem, a bankruptcy, or some serious overload of resources.
    - Robert H.
  • A
    They were reasonably good. They came and did whatever they had to do. They didn’t destroy the grass because we have Belgian block. They didn’t spray on the Belgian block. They were professional and did a thorough job. We were happy with them. We had no issues. We probably will use them again in the future; we will call them in the spring.
    - Jim P.
  • A
    Great American Sealcoating
    These guys were great.  From estimate, to job complete they were top notch.

    |No pressure at estimate for extras that weren't needed.  Crew that came out was efficent and great at what they do.  I will definitely use Great American again in the future.
    - Gabriel C.
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