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Concrete Repair reviews in Yorktown Heights

  • A
    JV Masonry Corp
    The project went very well. The crew was there to work and not stand around. Started on Tuesday and they were seeding grass on Friday. Tuesday night there was 3 inches of rain and it rained on Thursday afternoon. When they left on Friday everything was cleaned up. Beautiful job!!
    - Stephen L.
  • A
    Santucci Bros Contracting
    Hector and his team manager, George, are excellent. They have a great eye for detail, they are as clean as the project allows, respectful, professional and a pleasure to work with. All of the workers have been extremely knowledgeable and the suggestions are wonderful and very helpful.
    - Rosemarie S.
  • A
    Mjcastano Contracting Corp
    Great. There was some things which became obvious once the work stated, for example the old patio and the new addition had been poorly attached. Manuel fixed that as well as the poor drainage in front of the porch and brought it all up to code
    - Gabriele L.
  • A
    Rock Solid General Contractors Corp
    Mr. Walsh and his team are truly artisans. We couldn't be more pleased with their work and flexibility. We had the unusual circumstance of having to have our oil tank in our basement replaced on the same day as the re-pointing work was done. Mr. Walsh worked flawlessly with the other company allowing both tasks to be completed perfectly and quickly. We would hire him again in an instant and would recommend him highly to anyone. He worked on our basement as if it were his own. As if all of this wasn't enough,Mr. Walsh is personable,humorous and kind with a stellar work ethic.
    - Paul M.
  • A
    The Turf Barbers L.L.C.
    The team showed up ready for work, were extremely polite and professional and got the job done flawlessly, on schedule, as promised. There is really no project I wouldn't call Marcos for. Turf Barbers goes way beyond landscaping, and everything they do is performed conscientiously and at a fair price.
    - Brian E.
  • C
    Action Construction Inc
    The serviceman was great however action plumbing charges you another $49 whether you do the job or not plus the cost of the part. To fix the two wax rings plus the flapper for the other toilet, they wanted to charge me 350.00. It cost me 130.00 to replace a flapper...that is ridiculous. Coupon is a fraud...98.00 for a service call is more than my local plumbers charge!
    - Susan C.
  • A
    Rock Solid General Contractors Corp
    Jim is an upstanding business man who gave us a reasonable price and provided prompt and attentive service. His crew knew what to do, did quality work and they completed the job in the timeframe expected, if not sooner. We had them remove some shrubs near the front walkway, pull up an old walkway, resurface our foundation around the whole base of the house and then put down a bluestone walkway. The time Jim spent considering the pitch of our yard, drainage, etc. in planning the job was an indicator of his expertise. His willingness to listen to our vision of how the walkway should be designed and his ability to execute on that was great. In the end we had a little issue with the last foot or so of the walkway and how it would transition to the blacktop driveway. Jim had to get creative with that piece of the job and had to come back to finish it after the rest of the work was complete. He kept to his word and came back sooner than expected to finish that. Overall, Jim, his son and the rest of the crew were great craftsmen and reliable. I highly recommend using them.
    - Annette B.
  • A
    Alto Contracting - Masonry & Paving
    Rick was very responsive and professional.  Everything went smoothly from initial estimate to final payment.  He gave us a timely estimate and kept in contact with us during the entire project.
      
    After 23 years our original driveway  was severely damaged. Alto demolished our old driveway, reset and cemented our existing Belgian blocks along the perimeter of the driveway, and installed a drainage system so stormwater would not collect on the bottom of the driveway.  Alto then repaved the entire driveway.  RicK kept to his schedule and called and emailed us throughout the project.

    The quality of Alto's work was excellent and the workers kept the work site neat and clean.  I highly recommend Alto Contracting.
    - Joseph D.
  • A
    Basement Solutions LLC
    This company is top notch. They were very courteous and professional, showed up on time, and performed all work exactly as quoted. I had some underground drainage pipes that needed replacing and they offered good suggestions as to how best to do the job, and they did it exactly as planned. I also needed my cellar doors replaced with the concrete base repaired as well. This was also done very neatly and properly. As the weather turned very cold immediately after the concrete work was done, some surface cracks appeared right away. I sent them pictures and they put it on their schedule for things to do when the weather permitted. They called me early spring and came right out to patch the cracks. I cannot say anything negative about this company, and Bill the owner. I have additional work to do in my basement and will definitely call them when I am ready to have it done.
    - PAUL P.
  • A
    Alto Contracting - Masonry & Paving
    If you are looking to have your driveway replaced and resurfaced you can stop reading reviews because you have just found your guy.
    I was looking to have my driveway ripped up, widened to fit two cars and replaced with a gravel base (or item 4) before it was paved.  I also needed some drainage put in for my gutters to run under the driveway and a problem area with my walkway where water would continually freeze and thaw creating a dangerous icy mess in the winters.  I called 6 people on Angies List to come over and take a look.  Rick Ribiero at Alto Contracting impressed me before he even showed up for an
    estimate.  He was the first (and still only) contractor to send me an invitation via Google that I was able to add to
    my calendar (I use Google Calendar for my entire life). 
    Let me start off by saying that I am very good at reading people when I meet them in person.  I knew from the moment that Rick came over that he knew his business.  He listened to my concerns and addressed each one of them individually adding in some recommendations along the way.  I had not heard of a curtin drain before and I proposed a 2' x 2' "box" to carry the water away from my walkway.  I did not realize that water also runs below the surface and Rick recommended a drain to take care of both surface water and underground water. 
    When it comes to the his personality he did not try to push any of his services and told me even if I went with someone else I wanted to make sure that the asphalt was 6F and not 7F (7F is not as coarse and looks nicer but the asphalt is so fine that it does not last as long).  I knew from my research that I wanted 6F as well.  Here is a breakdown of what my job
    entailed.  Three of the contractors I interviewed wanted to do the entire job in 1 day.  I realize that this saves them money in the
    long run but from my reading when you rip up the driveway and put down a gravel base you want to wait as long as possible for the stone to settle before it is paved.  Rick confirmed this and told me we would wait somewhere between 3 and 4 weeks once the gravel was put down.  This made me happy because I wanted to wait as long as possible and since I was widening my driveway I knew the base needed to settle because there were bushes where the driveway was being extended that needed to ripped out (Rick did this for a really good price too).
     
    Here is a breakdown of the proposal I signed:
    1.  Remove and dispose of the existing deteriorated driveway, and install a new 2 1/2" thick asphalt driveway over a compacted gravel sub-base. The driveway will be widened to 18' from the roadway to the front walkway and meet the
    existing radius at the left side of the garages.
    2.       Remove and dispose of the existing bushes at the right side of the driveway (including the root ball). Compact the existing soil and install item 4 base material and compact prior to paving.
    3.    Excavate and install a new drainage system below the grass surface adjacent to the driveway and walkway corner. The drainage system will accept the surface and ground water at the left side grass area of the driveway and allow it to discharge through a pipe to the existing rear drainage area.
    4.       Install new cobblestone curbing set in a mortar bed around the 3 perimeter sides of the driveway. The cobblestone curbing will be set flush along the left side of the driveway and will terminate at the existing stone wall. The cobblestone curbing along the right side of the driveway will be set flush up to approximately the front corner of the house, and then they will be raised until the end/right corner of the driveway. The bottom cobblestone curbing along the chain link fence will be set flush and terminate at the rear corner of the house.
     5.       Install new underground drainage pipes from the 2 existing gutter leaders at the driveway and discharge the water to the existing rear drainage area.
    6.       Re-build the existing stone wall to the left of the garages. The wall will be created with natural stone with mortared joints, and the existing adjacent wood cement pillar footing will be additionally reinforced with stone and cement.
     
    So you can see it was more than just a driveway.  I wanted to put down the Belgian blocks on the sides of the driveway but I did not want them to be raised because of my lawn mower and snow blower.  I wanted the Belgian blocks to be the same heights as the driveway and Rick was able to provide that for me.  The pricing for the work was spot on with the other estimates that I received.  In fact I am a teacher and one of my students has a father who is a direct competitor with Rick - he was going to give me the ?family discount? rate that was exactly the same as Rick?s pricing but I trusted Rick?s expertise over someone that I actually knew and I think that says a lot. 
    Rick worked out pricing with me to pay him a little bit each day as the work progressed.  I liked how I did not have to pay anything out of pocket before the job began. 
    Now let me talk about Rick?s crew.  First of all Rick was always there throughout the job making sure everything was progressing smoothly.  His crew was very respectful of my property and left each day without making a mess ? what a hard working group of guys.  There were 6 guys working and I mean working hard even in the heat.  I tried to take care of them after each part of the job tipping them each $40 before and after the job and while I know Rick was appreciative that I took care of
    them I still felt it was a little cheap on my end. 
    Now for the best part of my review.  The extras that weren?t included in my talk with Rick and not on the contract.  These
    are things that happened sort of behind the scenes that made me realize how good of a guy Rick at Alto Contracting is. 
    The first surprise was when I came home for lunch the day that the paving had begun.  I knew that my driveway would probably require a few coats of asphalt but I was not expecting Rick to take the initiative to put down binder (the 3/8? asphalt) before laying the top coat (1/4? asphalt).  From my other proposals from other contractors they wanted an extra $2000 to put down
    binder first before the top coat.  The binder makes the driveway stronger because the foundation is better with the larger
    asphalt.  Rick decided that since he had to make two trips anyway to get enough asphalt he was going to give me the ?Cadillac? of a driveway as he referred to it.  That was a really pleasant surprise. Also the contract called for 2.5" of asphalt but in reality I had close to 4" laid down - I know this because the asphalt is the same heights as the Belgian blocks he put in and I measure the height between the gravel and the blocks before the asphalt was placed down.   In addition I have a walkway made of Bluestone that was not in the best shape.  Rick?s guys picked up the first 6 stones (about 15 feet at no cost) and re-cemented them to be level with the new driveway (probably a half day?s work).  After the driveway was put down I noticed the underground water was starting to come up from the ground behind the driveway and near the foundation of my garage.  When you make adjustments to the ground, the surface and ground water is going to change their patterns.  I took some videos and sent them t o Rick and he came over to take a look that afternoon (talk about service right?).  I asked him what was necessary to take the water away and he recommended a perforated pipe in gravel to keep this water away from the house.  He told me how to do it and I told him that with a newborn child there?s no way I?m going to have the time to take care of it even if it is a very easy job to do.  I asked him for a price to take care of it and to my surprise he said don?t worry he would take care of it.  This is the type of person Rick is and I can?t put into words how happy my wife and I am with the work that was performed and the way that Rick went above and beyond to make sure we were happy.  In the future when I need my walkway replaced and any other masonry work performed Rick will be my go to guy.  Thanks Rick!

    - Steven M.
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