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    Tomasello Patio & Stone
    Jeff was an hour late to our scheduled first meeting in Feb. I wanted to have some lighting installed for the patio, and I had already begun getting estimates from electricians. He said that he could save us time, money, and frustration if we allowed him to install low-voltage lighting. ���Just buy me what I need and I���ll put it in for you.��� I decided to design the patio myself. I emailed the scaled computer design drawing to Jeff. He wrote back that ���it might be best you get a landscaper to draw out your envisioned plan so we all could be on the same page.��� I e-mailed him my design again and explained what he was looking at. He wrote back, ���I want to clarify that a landscaper architect could have a better imagine in that aspect.��� After a telephone conversation with Jeff, he revealed that he had not thoroughly read my e-mails nor looked at the design. An enduring issue was not returning phone calls, e-mails, or text messages, or simply not reading them at all. I finalized the design, I e-mailed it to Jeff and he said that he would be at our home that evening to discuss the design. He arrived 90 min late and without having looked at the design. He came in with the lowest price and took the time to work with us to make sure that we could afford the things we wanted. When he came to our home to present us with the contract, Jeff admitted that he���d never actually read his own contract and that it was something which was printed off the internet. These things set off alarms, but we just asked him to fix the errors in the contract. We signed and emailed the contract on 4/24. We asked when work would begin. ���The last week in May or the 1st week in June.��� How long until the work is completed? ���About 2 to 3 weeks depending on the weather.��� The project was not completed until about 9/5, 4-1/2 months later. He implied that he would be going to my township on 6/8 to discuss permits. On 6/20 I got a text from him saying that he had been to the township and that he was filling out permits. It was 2 months without any progress being made. During this time several texts and phone calls went unanswered. In the 3rd week of June he called to tell me that he would be at our house the following morning around 8. He didn���t show up. That night around 8 PM he showed up to our home with one of his workers. They worked for hours into the night and left some time after my wife and I had gone to sleep. The front walk was only partially taken up when I checked the following morning. Another issue was irregular work hours. Often they would arrive late in the afternoon or evening and work into the night, using their car headlights for light. The running engines and lights on my quiet suburban block was not pleasant for my neighbors, and they expressed as much to me. Over the next days they finished ripping up my front walk. Over the next week there was no progress, no phone calls, no texts. On 6/27 I texted him to ask when he would be returning to complete the work. My wife and I went away for July 4 weekend and he worked while we were away. By the time we came home the front walk had been completed and he took the liberty of redoing the step which leads into our home. It came out nicely. However it did come out uneven and had to be fixed. There was a paver stone which was supposed to be left loose so that we could access a drain cleanout underneath so he had to fix that too. On 7/28 our zoning permit for the back patio was ready. No progress had been made after the front walk. On the 29th he texted me to ask, ���Do you mind if I start dropping my equipment today���. I came home late to find that they had parked a trailer on my front lawn and in the process they drove over several of my solar path lights completely destroying them. Jeff told me that he would replace them. He never did. For 2 days their equipment sat. On 7/31 he sent me a text verifying our color choices which I had previously e-mailed him. His workers came and began ripping up our old patio. They were very nice non-English speaking men. It was difficult for us because I wanted to ask about timeline and progress, but there was a language barrier. Jeff had said something to the effect of that he would always be doing the work himself. I���d say that he was only on site for about 50% of the work. Jeff amended the contract to include no deposit, a 50% progress payment, and then 50% upon completion. I had told him that whenever he wanted his progress payment he needed to give me 4 days before I could write him a check, because our savings account and our checking accounts are at different banks and we needed time for the transfer. About 8/3 Jeff asked for his first progress payment. He asked for more than what the contract stated. I agreed. I reminded him that I needed a few days before I could hand him the check and he seemed to be annoyed by the delay. On 8/8 Jeff cashed my check and texted me, ���I lost all my info when I got my new phone can you please send me over the color choices again.��� I did. A few days later he arrived at my home with a truck-load of the wrong color paver stones. The incorrect stones were left on my front lawn for about a week until his supplier came with the correct stones on 8/19. On the morning of 8/21 he sent me a text message, ���Just want to keep you updated grabbing the machine and tools from the other job site be there shortly���. He never showed up. I asked him, ���What happened today?��� He replied, ���I have no f***ing clue.��� One of my in-ground lawn sprinklers got buried which caused a mud pit in that area. 3 light fixtures were cracked at the base by his workers during installation. There was a voltage drop problem with the lighting; he had to rip up a paver stone in the back patio in order to fix it. There is construction adhesive which oozed from the seams in the stones of our fire pit. The wiring for our accent lights was not dressed properly, it was plainly visible on top of the soil in the boxes. The wiring on the front patio was done in the same fashion, as well as the main line being strewn on my front lawn. The black housing of 2 accent lights was marked in red and holes were drilled through them. My lawn has been reduced to patches of dirt in the places where their equipment was parked for weeks at a time. Jeff didn���t build the mailbox I asked for. I asked for one slanted piece of bluestone at the top. Instead he built it with two pieces coming to a point. He said, ���It wouldn���t have looked this nice if I did it the other way.��� The bluestone caps are two different thicknesses and their faces of them are stained. We purchased an address plaque and the paint was stripped off a bit. The new mailbox itself was mangled with scratches on the face and the inside looked like it had been mashed in. First he put the mailbox flag in one place at the apex of the roof, which looked ridiculous, and then he put it on the side of the stones using screws which have since rusted. The screws holding the address plaque and the accent lights are stripped and not sunk in. On 8/30 he asked me to leave him a check for the final payment. I said that things weren���t finished or done to my satisfaction. He replied, ���I [need] a check���. I said there were things that still needed to be addressed. On 9/2 I received an e-mail which explained that the lights and electrical wire ���are not in your contract��� and ���it is typically the homeowners responsibility to provide an electrician for this type of work���. (Exactly why I wanted to hire an electrician in the first place.) They continued in the e-mail from 3:28 PM, ���As far as completing additional items that are not in the contract, before Jeff receives final payment will be a breach of contract. Jeff will need to collect your final payment today no later than 5 PM.��� When I got home I replied in part, ���As you've already alluded to, I paid Jeff (at his request) $13K as the initial payment. This is not the black letter of the contract. My point being -- the contract seems to only apply when you want it to.��� I went into detail about how I wanted to hire an electrician at first but was talked out of it and ���now when he���s grown tired of the undertaking, you are claiming I should have hired an electrician. I understand this is not part of the contract. But, if you did not want to do the work [or complete it], then why was it offered?��� I also said that I did not consider his contractual obligations fulfilled. Jeff arrived at approximately 5:45, late again. I paid him. He started to do some of the odds and ends and offered to come back to fix the lighting issues on 9/4. He showed up on 9/7. I told him that I was missing a piece of my gutters in the back. One of his workers had removed it while they were building the back patio. Also, a length of garden hose was missing. He said that they were taken inadvertently and that he would replace them or return them soon. I called and texted numerous times over the next weeks. On 9/27 I was called by his sister-in-law who explained that Jeff was out of town due to a death in the family. She told me during the call, and then in an e-mail afterwards, ���Just to follow up our phone conversation, either Jeff or I will contact you tomorrow when he returns.��� She provided me with a phone number and e-mail address of how to reach her. I did not hear from them that day. Given the circumstances, I decided that I wouldn���t press the issue. I waited several days to hear from them. Nothing. So I started calling him. I started calling her. Texting. No response. I tried her e-mail address; the e-mails bounced back as undeliverable. On 10/3 I wrote an e-mail explaining how I felt and that I would be filing reports with the Better Business Bureau and Angie���s List. Their reply, which came a half hour later: ���The work that Jeff performed at your home was flawless. If the biggest problem that you have in your life is a garden hose that was inadvertently taken, I would suggest that you find a hobby.���
    - Ethan S.
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    Willy's Chimney Service, LLC
    Willy's Chimney Service was second to none! After we had a chimney fire, Dan (the owner) came out to inspect. He was thorough, extremely knowledgeable, and explained each step in the process. We contracted them to do the work. I have never experienced a company so intent on excellence. The people who worked on our chimney was hardworking, trustworthy, courteous, and detailed oriented. Dan and his crew did beautiful work. We can't wait to burn our first fire this fall! We would HIGHLY recommend Dan!
    - David G.
  • A
    Philip Cardelfe Masonry LLC
    Philip was responsive and kept us informed of the progress from setting up the estimate appointment to closing out the work.
    Communication was by phone, email and on-site. The estimation and communication was done by Philip himself.
    The start to finish was longer than anticipated due to both delays on my part and to scheduling challenges on Philip's part.
    The work was excellent and Philip's team was professional throughout, including working around another contractor on-site.
    The actual work was done over a two to three week period in March, 2016.
    We added additional pointing after the completion of the original job because the new brickwork was so much nicer than the non-replaced sections.
    The cost of the project was higher than I had anticipated, but worth it.
    We had previous masonry work done by other contractors for less cost, but with much lower quality workmanship and rougher communication.
    It has been about six weeks since completion of the project and we are still completely satisfied with the job.


    - Barry E.
  • A
    Philip Cardelfe Masonry LLC
    Very carefully done.  Brick removal on day 1; covered open space with tarp as it rained early the next day.  Replaced bricks and mortar, added color to mortar as the bricks were smaller size and colored mortar was made to resemble brick.  Repaired/patched foundation cement coating and replaced where necessary.
    Very high quality workmanship.  Will use again for other masonry work.
    - Jeff K.
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    Central Jersey Chimney Sweeps & Masonry
    I have been using Central Jersey Chimney Sweeps & Masonry for the past seven years. From the original fireplace inspection of our house to yearly cleanings, etc. I have trusted this company with their knowledge, honesty, and immaculate workmanship. Many companies send their inexperienced workers to complete the work... not Central Jersey Chimney Sweeps & Masonry. With this company you will get the knowledge and experience of the owner himself. During my chimney cleaning this year, Mike noticed that my chimney crown was cracking and needed to be replaced. Mike took the time to explain what needed to be done and why. He showed up on the day and time that I was scheduled, completed the work, and cleaned up very efficiently.  I am very happy with the job that they completed this time, as well as, every yearly cleaning that we have scheduled with them. I would highly recommend Central Jersey Chimney Sweeps & Masonry for all your Chimney and Masonry needs.
    - Michael B.
  • A
    Philip Cardelfe Masonry LLC

    Philip Cardelfe Masonry is the consummate professional.

    We wanted to have a paver patio butted up to our existing cement patio with an overhanging roof.

    We received a detailed proposal from Phil with a number of different options that were clear and precise.

    Phil and his team did a remarkable job ensuring the height angles and arch of the paver patio matched up to our existing cement patio. The care they took to ensure the multi size pavers design scheme was followed and looked great was exceptional.

    We are extremely pleased with the result and overall professionalism of the entire team at Philip Cardefe Masonry.

    It is a pleasure to find, in todays world, a company that still believes in doing a job the right and best way.

    I heartily recommend Philip Cardelfe Masonry LLC.

      


    - Edward M.
  • A
    O'Donovan Construction
    Steve made the our scheduled appointment on time to give an opinion and provide an estimate for a prospective home I may purchase.  He demonstrated experience in the areas of masonry repair and electrical wiring.
    - David K.
  • A
    Tomasello Patio & Stone

    There is a light at the end of the tunnel and that light is Tomasello Patio and Stone. Jeff walked into a mess done by a previous contractor and completely renovated a disaster. Jeff has a work ethic that goes unmatched . He listens to your ideas and concerns and explains in detail the work that is involved in making your house stand out above the rest. Within a period of three weeks, our house was put back together and we couldn't be happier. He has bonded with our family and especially our son with special needs. Jeff took the time out to have our son become part of the build and lay a few pavers that he could say to the world, " That's my work that I helped do with Jeff". The pride that exuded from our son David , will always be remembered..

    When Jeff is in the area, he always makes an effort to stop by to see our family and to review the work that he has done. His professionalism, pride, and attention to detail, would make any homeowner proud to have his work displayed at their home!
    - Paul L.
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    O'Donovan Construction
    I contacted Steve's company to give me an estimate on replacing the front stairs of my home.  I received a positive response that he would come out to look at the job and give me a free estimate.
    We scheduled two appointments, each time he called to re-schedule.  My husband and I decided that if he couldn't keep an appointment to give us an estimate, perhaps he wouldn't keep to any schedule for the work we would hire him to do.
    We went with a different company.
    - Holly W.
  • A
    Centimole Masonry
    Joe's business was found and contacted through the Angie's List site.  He came out to see what the job would entail.  After working up the estimate incorporating the expense the materials he would need to complete the front stair replacement, we spoke and decided he would do the work for us. 
    Joe showed up on the day agreed upon early in the morning and for the next several days to complete the project.  He lost a day of work due to rain, however came by on Saturday to make up time to complete the job as promised - which he did.
    Joe was very pleasant to work with, took pride in his work and delivered what I beleive will be a solid job on our stairs.
    - Holly W.
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