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Masonry reviews in Kingston

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    I really can't recommend Stone Stedge enough. Doug and his crew do beautiful, handcrafted stone masonry work. I have never been as happy with a home project as I was with the new front stairway they built on our home. Doug is also one of the most prompt and responsive contractors I have ever worked with. He responded to my calls, met with me when he said he would, and was incredibly quick in giving me a bid. Once the work began it was also finished in a reasonable time and on budget. I feel lucky to have found Doug through Angie's List and will certainly use him again.
    - Cyrus M.
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    Otero Construction & More INC.
    Project went very well.  Slider was installed on a Saturday when I was home.   My home was then secure and the workers could be there working when the weather permitted.  The contractor obtained the necessary building permit and arranged for the required inspections.  A written estimate was provided before work began and additional estimates were given when unexpected work was encountered.  Since most of the work was completed when I wasn't home, the contractor kept me posted via texts.  He was very cooperative and aimed to please.  His workers were very good also.
    - Paula A.
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    JP Chimney Services
    Jonathan is very professional and knowledgeable. We were purchasing a home and needed an inspection and advice on two chimneys that had issues. He did a thorough inspection and provided excellent advice. We will certainly use him again for all chimney work!
    - Agnieszka R.
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    Steuding Stone Works
    We had a badly damaged front step that included some rotting railroad ties. It was both ugly and unsafe. Fred discussed several options with us, including the relatively inexpensive option of repair. (I had assumed going in that the whole thing would have to be replaced.) We went with the repair. Once he started, Fred worked steadily and kept us informed about what he was doing and what his schedule was. Working with both cement and bluestone -- which he used to connect the step to the walk -- he was both skillful and creative. Now that it's done, I can say that he didn't just repair the step, he transformed it.
    - William K.
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    Minor Home Repair co
    I want to mention upfront that my house is a 1930 house where it appears that multiple previous owners did most of their own house repairs which i believe is self-explanatory in regards to the condition of my house.  That  being said, Don is a very talented craftsman. Handyman does not fit the level of his skills, work ethics or his business sense that has him putting the needs of his customers before the dollar. That includes being honest and upfront about issues or problems with the job, followed up by any alternative options of what can be done. Punctual, professional, friendly and a very detail oriented person. Cleans up as he goes. He has done work at my home a couple times and always leaves his work area clean before he leaves. He comes prepared with materials for possible unexpected issues. His prices are very fair and with the highly skilled work he does, makes the prices' value even better. After  a number of failed attempts to hire a handyman, I contacted Don and have been nothing but happy with all his work. I do wish I had found him first, it would have saved me a lot of time and some frustration.
    - jane b.
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    Steuding Stone Works
    The job was completed deliberately within the allotted time period.  The price was what was quoted at the beginning of the job.  The fireplace is beautiful and draws positive comments from all who see it. 
    - Thomas S.
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    Absolute Precision Chimney Service Inc
    Mike Duffy (the owner) and an employee came to give the estimate. They got up on the roof and did a thorough inspection, and then gave me a detailed estimate on the spot. Mike explained what they would do, and how they would do it. I am someone who is unusually concerned with quality and aesthetics. As I talked with Mike, I got the impression that he is the same way. When you talk with him, you feel you are talking to someone who knows their profession, and pays great attention to details.
    We have an old 2 story victorian style house with a very steep pitched roof, and the chimney sits right at the peak, so I am always concerned with workers safety, my liability, and damage to my roof. They are fully insured, and they use a system of getting on your roof and creating a work platform, all without putting any nails in your roof. They also can create a canopy for working in nasty weather, if they have to.
    For our style house, Mike recommended a bluestone cap instead of the metal cap that comes with the chimney liner. He explained that instead of a concrete crown like many companies use, he uses bluestone, then builds the brick corner supports on that bluestone slab, and then installs the bluestone cap. He gave us a choice of finishing the morter joints in either a flush, or recessed finish. He felt that recessed would make a better appearance, and we agreed. He even gave us a chance to pick out our bricks at a local masonry company, if we wanted to (we did). He also installed screens under the cap so birds couldn't get in there, after painting them black so they couldn't be seen.
    Before installing the liner, he first swept the chimney to ensure it was free from debris. Since the liner comes through the chimney wall into the cellar about 6 inches, it required him to make adjustments to the ductwork in our cellar. This work was done with a precision and neatness that even I was impressed with.
    We were having a new roof installed a few days after the chimney work was complete. Mike was concerned that the flashing be done correctly and in the right order. He asked to talk to the roofer so that he could coordinate the flashing work. This required that he come back after the roofers completed their part of the flashing so he could install the counter flashing. He does it the right way by cutting a groove in the chimney, folding the copper into the groove, then overlaying the step flashing installed by the roofer. Actually, he has an employee do the flashing.

    Now about the price. This was the first of 4 estimates I got for this work, and although I was impressed with them, I couldn't believe how much it was going to cost. I thought all I needed was a repair job and a new cap, costing maybe $500.00. Well, as the other estimates came in, it was clear that this type of work doesn't come cheap. They were all in the same ballpark, and all recommended similar work be done, although they would not have done it with the attention to detail and aesthetics that Mike proposed. So, although it turned out to be a fair price, I had trouble giving that part of the job an "A".
    Although I can't say at this point whether I'll have problems with any of this work in the future, I can say I am more than pleased with the outcome so far. It was a work of art. I've had people stop and comment on our chimney (who does that?), and the owner of the roofing company, when he came back after the roof was complete to get some of his material, said what a beautiful job they did on the chimney and the flashing. Mike stopped by about a week later to see how the flashing turned out and to see how everything went. He said he was in the area on another job (nice touch).
    This company does work in numerous counties around Dutchess county, and does other masonry work besides chimneys.
    I would highly recommend them for any type of work that they do.

    - Thomas K.
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    Doug came out an gave an estimate and showed knwoledge of my landscape to make sure water ran away from the house.He and his crew came when promised, and did a good job.  Built a flagstone stairway from the door, even though we hadn't figured it in and it looks great.  Called the other day as the step was had come a little loose. Called right back and said he would be out soon to fix it and did.
    - Julian O.
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    M & M Masonry LLC
    Overall excellent job would recommend to anyone looking for a mason
    - Anni P.
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    I couldn't be more pleased. They were very creative, easy to work with, on time, on budget and high quality
    - Melissa F.
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