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    Andreassi Mason Contractor LLC
    I have used Joe before and I would highly recommend him. He was flexible and able to work around other contractor���s schedules. His work is superb. He responds quickly to questions. He starts early in the morning and he and his crew work hard the whole time. I���m very impressed with the outcome and his prices are very reasonable.
    - Kristyn B.
  • F
    GP Masonry
    Took a while for him to finally do it, it was supposed to be colored, not just gray, and it was not, which we were never told, just saw when we got home after work. After reaching back out for weeks he finally responded saying the color mixing machine broke that that he would seal it with the color. Meanwhile the whole thing was never finished, shards of wood from the mold sticking out, gobs of concrete all over the side, up against my house, etc. After months of him saying he'd come and not, and then finally "guaranteeing" he would finish it by the weekend then had some guy come hose it down, and then never come back, on a day I took off from work to ensure the job was completed and done right.
    - Brianna B.
  • A
    MILLET MASONRY & CONSTRUCTION
    Unique requirement--lifting of furnace (in heating season) as part of the project. Worked with my furnace man to do this. Old concrete was jack hammered out and dirt removed to make room for stones. Added stones, vapor barrier and rebar to connect it with rest of floor, then poured concrete. Had to remove basement window to fit trough into basement. Readymix was delivered and wheeled into basement room where it was used. Concrete was worked and smoothed and he left no bubbles or voids. Also did extra job of power-chipping out edge of existing basement floor (to seal out minor groundwater leakage during heavy thunderstorm) and sealing it with hydraulic cement. Excellent work ethic. Good knowledge of materials. Good attention to meeting and exceeding my customer requirements.
    - jim e.
  • D
    SKYLINE CONTRACTORS
    The siding work itself was good. However there were several mistake which I pointed out which were corrected quickly. It was only after everything was done that I discovered all the things wrong. Rain gutters: At the first rain storm after the siding was done the gutters were overflowing. I went up the ladder to clean out the downspouts. I saw that when the downspouts were put back up they were reattached with screws and siding nails instead of the ����� white sheet metal screws originally put in by the roofer. I also saw several of the gutter hangers not screwed back into place some were missing screws entirely. Had I not noticed this when the gutters filled with ice and snow in the winter they would have surely ripped out of the fascia boards and would have needed to be replaced. When I brought this to Andys Kapteins attention he eventually returned and replaced the downspout screws and nails with some sort of plastic rivet and not the original screws. He also used 2��� coated thin screws to replace the original 4��� Aluminum gutter hanger screws which do not have the same holding power. I ended up having my roofer replace the gutters entirely as I no longer trusted the work Skyline did. Broken glass and cigarette buts littered the yard and driveway. A can of spray foam insulation was run over and left on the driveway to harden. The front doorbell was thrown away. A replacement was not compatible so the entire doorbell unit had to be replaced. A custom house number plaque was also thrown away. This has to be replaced as well. When I asked Andy if he knew any concrete contractors that could replace the front stoop and walkway. He said he could replace the stoop and had a friend who did concrete work that could replace the sidewalk. He apparently decided he could do the sidewalk himself. During the construction of the walkway he damaged the conductor that feeds the front walkway and yard lights so the GFCI breaker trips and the lights go off. This needs to be dug up and replaced. To be fair, the walkway itself is nice. They parged the sides of the stoop however they also painted the front of the steps and overpainted on the top and essentially stained the nice new looking sidewalk with different color parging compound. Another contractor called it failing Concrete 101. The cement delivery truck was backed onto the front yard at Andys direction putting severe tire tracks into the yard from the road. A large portion of the front yard had to be regraded and reseeded to repair the damage left by the cement truck when it could have been avoided by using a wheelbarrow to move the concrete the 50��� from the truck to the sidewalk. A cement truck will NOT drive onto property unless so directed. The cement truck driver decided to clean his chute on the front yard and left a 20 lb+ chunk of concrete to harden in the yard that I had to dig out rather than Andy taking a piece of cardboard or wood to collect it and throw it away. Part of the contract claimed that they used a magnet nail hound to clean up the inevitable nails that might be dropped. This was NEVER done. I could open a small nail store with the amount left behind, and that I am still finding! These were not the only issues I encountered. There were issues with 3 pairs of shutters that he forgot about and when he put them up they were not measured the same as the ones he put on the front of the house. He insisted he was correct and I was wrong and proceeded in a series of emails to get nasty and belligerent. Lights that he charged me for hooking up on the garage that were part of the original deal. He claimed in court that they don't hook up lights, yet the did for the lights that were replaced on the front and back of the house. I ended up taking him to court to collect the money I had to lay out to fix and replace several of these issues. He flat out lied in court, under oath and subsequently lost the case. To date I have not been able to collect the damages he owes me. I am currently using the methods available to me to try and collect. If you do decide to hire Skyline Contractors in Webster, I suggest you get EVERYTHING, every little detail and understanding in very clear and concise writing!
    - Adam G.
  • A
    Andreassi Mason Contractor LLC
    Joe and crew were extremely pleasant to work with. They arrived on time and worked non-stop. Joe was proactive in scheduling cement deliveries, so as soon as the prep work was done, the cement truck was not far behind. I would absolutely hire him again, but I hope I don't have to! I've already given his contact information to 2 people.
    - Marjorie R.
  • A
    Celtic Patios and Concrete
    Mike is hands down one of the best stone workers I have come across. He was upfront about what it would take to get our front porch and walkway looking great and his recommendations on materials were spot on. Our project came in on time and on budget. I doubt I will need masonry work done anytime soon but If I do my only call will be to Celtic Patio and Concert. I have referred him to several of my friends and neighbors and I am hesitant to share one of Rochester best kept secrets on the web but work like this deserves recognition. Make the call you won���t regret it!
    - Thomas M.
  • A
    Double R Masonry Inc.
    We hired Ron to replace our existing driveway in front of our garage, and to extend the driveway beside the garage. Ron also put in a paver patio leading up to our front door. Ron was very punctual and professional from the first point of contact through completion. He was extremely patient as we drafted different "ideas" for the size and dimensions of the driveway and patio, even as we made change orders midway through the project. Ron focuses on quality and wants to make sure his customers are happy. He goes above and beyond to make sure every detail is perfect and to your liking. He treats every job, no matter the size, with the same level of detail and attention to quality. He's a family man, and made best friends with my two-year old son who would get so excited to watch Ron work. I would highly recommend Ron for any concrete, patio, or masonry project. We will be asking Ron to come back in the spring to replace the remaining asphalt driveway with concrete, and to do a patio behind our house.
    - Timothy D.
  • A
    Andreassi Mason Contractor LLC
    Amazing. Even though the job was probably harder than they anticipated, they didn't change the price ( which was very reasonable ). The crew was here early each day and were very professional and friendly. They were very fussy about each step of the process. They finished properly with cutting and sealing. We love their work. They did our front porch a couple of years ago and it still looks like new!
    - robert v.
  • A
    Andreassi Mason Contractor LLC
    I obtained a quote from Joe Andreassi on June 11, 2018. The price was lower than other quotes I received, and Joe had excellent reviews on Angie's List, so I signed a contract on June 13, 2018. Joe kept in touch via text message. Joe and his crew did the work on June 30, 2018 and finished that same day. I am very pleased with the quality of Joe's work (see before and after photos) and with Joe's professionalism.
    - Alan K.
  • A
    Andreassi Mason Contractor LLC
    After we called him back with a proceed order he came within a week, even though it was a very small job. We were out shopping and when we returned the job was done. He also filled an open area between the stoop and sidewalk with granular material. His price was fantastic. We were quoted up to $600 by others. We will be working with him again. Highly recommend.
    - Henry C.
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