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  • A
    I contracted with Rainfall Irrigation to install my sprinkler system. I interviewed more than six companies before selecting Joe Terrell and Rainfall. While all companies I interviewed were professional and qualified, I selected Rainfall primarily because of the knowledge, competence, professionalism, and capability demonstrated by Joe. He has been in the business for almost 20 years, has hundreds of installations in his experience, and has the crew and equipment necessary to do the complete job. Whereas a number of companies I interviewed were run by individuals who rented their own heavy equipment (trenchers, trailers, etc) and who did not maintain full-time crews, Joe is substantially invested in his business -- he owns his own equipment, has full-time crew, personally manages each job himself, and trains his crew well. He uses very high quality equipment from Hunter, rather than "standard" Big-Box-Store-type equipment. I observed his crew doing the "little things" that distinguish a truly professional installer from simply one who can get the job done -- for example, all ends of sprinkler piping were taped with duct tape to keep dirt out, prior to joining to other piping; they also used pvc piping cutters, rather than a typical reciprocating saw, which eliminated fibers from the cuts getting into the piping. Joe was extremely flexible to our needs. After having come in and having installed the system prior to installation of the sprinkler heads, we ended up "changing our minds" about the location of some of the planting beds, which necessitated last-minute (and unplanned) changes. It was a pretty significant change, and resulted in Joe's team doing extra work to relocate sprinklers after they had already been set. Joe was very understanding, and very cooperative in making the changes we had requested -- even though it was our error that necessitated them. He was a real professional, he responded to meet our needs, and was a consummate professional. Rainfall was by no means the cheapest supplier -- his estimate came in at the top end of the range of estimates, but was not the highest. His estimate was based on a very real understanding of exactly what our needs were and how the system was to be designed. Some installers quoted simply "$1000 per zone" which sounds great, but is not based on actual needs and system requirements. We ended up installing six zones (three drip lines and three sprinkler zones). Some potential suppliers estimated as few as two-three zones for the same coverage. Some estimated as high as eight zones. I did a fair amount of internet research on how to install sprinklers, and I was relatively prepared to ask potential suppliers how they would accomplish the installation -- the size of the main line and feeder lines, the types of piping, layout of zones, types of sprinkler heads, etc. I would encourage anyone who is considering installation of a sprinkler system to do the same -- it will help you to determine true professional installers from less qualified ones. I have been very pleased with the sprinkler installation from Rainfall. The entire experience was one of professionalism and customer service. I would most highly recommend Joe Terrell and Rainfall Irrigation to anyone in need of a lawn irrigation system.
    - SUZANE O.
  • A
    Designs By Longo
    I originally started with just our backyard. They were not the first proposal or design we received but they delivered a 3D rendering of exactly what I wanted and from our first encounter it didn't seem like just a job but there was genuine interest in the design from them. Everything was done extremely professionally and they were easy to deal with, so much so that I contacted them for the front yard and driveway which was also done well and with great detail. I highly recommend them.
    - Jordan B.
  • F
    If you want to be ripped off with an estimate almost twice the going rate (and be assured that it's "very fair"...if you want to be jerked around for a month, and then get a phone message that they're not interested in your time-urgent job (when you'd asked specifically if it was too small for them)...if you want to talk and talk, but finally get not a lick of work done, then Deon Construction in Setauket, NY is the contractor for you. To cut to the chase: Owner Mark Deon came to my house in Rocky Point, NY, following snow storm of March 8, 2018, to see about removing two evergreens and a small willow tree felled by the storm. His quote: $1,200! And he said, "That a fair price. You won't get someone doing it for $600 or something." (I've been a reporter for 30 years, so those were his exact words. The next day, a terrific arborist, Martin Streeff of Sound Beach, NY, did it all for $700! Deon was hardly a stranger when he came. He had been recommended by our good electrician, a friend of his. In the past month, he had already been to our house twice for two long visits about our roof condensation problem. Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth as he talked about his company, his car, hobbies, and everything else. But he'd already canceled twice. I'd even asked if our job were too small for him; oh, no, he said. So when he tried to gouge us for the $1,200 for the trees, we already had a "relationship." After I called and left a message that we'd had the work done for just about HALF of his quote, he left a message back that he was no longer interested in our job (after leaving me hanging for a month), and that it was better if "the two parties went their ways." Wow, I couldn't agree more!! Just imagine if he'd actually started the roof job with those kinds of prices. There are many, many good contractors out there; no need to go with a guy pretending there's a personal relationship, but really looking to rip you off.
    - Ron H.
  • A
    Competition Tree Inc
    They came promptly and gave a fair quote. The job was done while I was at work. All that remained of the tree was a dent in the ground by the stump and a crack in a flower pot that a branch must have hit. The stump was cut really close to the ground. I won't have any trouble covering it up.
    - helen k.
  • F
    This spring, the lawn looks terrible. Worse than it ever did. I called Scott and left a message asking him to come over and take a look and tell us what to do next because it looked bad. He didn't return my call, so after a few days I called back and got him on the phone. He said, somewhat contemptuously, that it wouldn't do any good for him to come over, that he'd already walked around our property a few times in years past, that our lawn was just in bad shape and would never look good unless we got new turf. I asked him why he had then recommended and charged us for aeration and re-seeding and fertilization if it was a hopeless cause. He said that it would have looked even worse if we had done nothing. I feel strongly that he should have told us honestly that what he was doing wouldn't fix our problems rather than encouraging us to spend our money and then telling us later that it was pretty much useless. Needless to say, I would not recommend him to anyone.
    - Judith T.
  • A
    Scott Butler Contracting, Inc
    I had Scott demolish my inground pool and he did an exceptional job from start to finish, from complete pool removal, then fill and topsoil and then raked ready for seed. All debris hauled away and property left clean. His professionalism and courteousness was outstanding. I would not hesitate to use his services again. Highly Recommend.
    - John M.
  • A
    Scott Butler Contracting, Inc
    I had Scott demolish my inground pool and he did an exceptional job from start to finish, from complete pool removal, then fill and topsoil and then raked ready for seed. All debris hauled away and property left clean. His professionalism and courteousness was outstanding. I would not hesitate to use his services again. Highly Recommend.
    - John M.
  • A
    All Equip
    Ninos, the owner, came to our home and repaired our old lawnmower. He replaced the blade, cleaned the machine, put in new spark plug, new filter, cleaned the carburetor and other items. The lawnmower is now like new. It is working perfectly. And, he gave us the best advice to operate the lawnmower - to use a lot of muscle to power it and get it going. It is now working great. We have had it repaired in the past, but this was the most thorough repair job we have had. Ninos, was very professional, personable and accommodating- even coming back a second time to check on the machine. We would definitely recommend All Equip to others.
    - Barbara D.
  • A
    Streeff Tree Experts Inc
    They arrived at time stated.  Were careful with other plantings. Cleaned up after themselves.
     Amazing and scary to watch how the tree was dismantled by a man strapped to the trunk maybe 70 plus feet in the air.
    - Ingeborg K.
  • A
    Emergency Cut & Trim
    It went very well. 
    They were always on time.  They came when they said they would, both for the estimate and to do the work., 
    They and their equipment were reasonably quiet.  They were extremely thorough, blowing or raking the leaves from all the planting beds and all of the property both inside and outside of the fencing.   The results were better than I was expecting.  It was a much better result than I could have gotten doing the work myself.
    - Gary D.
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