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    Fences Unlimited Inc.
    Fences Unlimited is a great company to deal with. Appointments were made easily and they were here on time. The work was scheduled in a reasonable amount of time. I have used Fences Unlimited twice now over the past couple of years and the fences are still straight and sturdy. They seem to be holding up well. I had another company do vinyl fencing for me and it heaves every year. I do not have this trouble with the chain link that Fences Unlimited installed. Three of my friends have also had fences installed by them and were happy with the service.
    - Anthony S.
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    Our house was built in the late 1800's, and I think this cement was at least that old. Strenkoski Brothers and their team carefully measured the old sidewalks, and made suggestions about NOT replacing certain sections due to drainage issues and non-use. For example, one section ran next to our old carriage-style garage toward an area which once held an old chicken-coop. We surely don't intend to replace the chicken coop, neither did we need to pay for a sidewalk-to-nowhere! So they offered to remove the old sidewalk and cart it away with the rest of the old cement being removed from the rest of the job. It was actually their idea to remove it, and they could have easily given us a price to replace the sidewalk-to-nowhere ... but they showed interest in doing the job correctly, and they even suggested we might want to extend the garden out into that area where once the sidewalk stood. We greatly appreciated their interest in our property and the fact that they made suggestions for improvement rather than trying to do more work than we really needed.
    For another example, we had one oddly-shaped area around the side porch between the back stairs, an in-ground well, and a cellar door ... all very old with no consistency in shape. With having to work closely to the original well still in the ground, they showed us where they didn't want to compromise the integrity of the well but would work as close to it as possible while protecting the walls. We had a similar situation near the cellar stairs which had a very old tornado-type door protecting the stairs, all of which ran right next to the back porch and stairs. In all of these unique locations, the work was completed carefully and neatly, leaving us with our own improvements to complete with the door and well at a later date, but with sound concrete now supporting both areas. Also, our back porch had been slightly leaning, but after they installed the new back stairs, the porch is well supported by the new stairs which were built up to the porch level for stability. Also, the oddly-shaped sidewalk between all these areas was laid with a lovely circular border instead of the odd shapes, and now everything seems to be connected and aligned perfectly.
    Our old sidewalk running from the carriage-style garage all the way to the house was set very low into the ground. In fact, you had to take a step down from the level of the driveway to get to where the sidewalk started next to the garage. The company representative pointed this out to us and suggested building up the sidewalk higher to be the same height as the driveway, then gradually inching downward to connect with the area by the well and back stairs. I was concerned it would look like a ramp. However, instead of just replacing the old sidewalk at the old lowered level (which would have been easier and less costly for them), they knew how it SHOULD look when done correctly. So they pounded in a few stakes, extended some twine so I could see what they were talking about, and I then understood better. The final job was great!
    Finally, as a disabled individual with mobility issues, I was very worried about getting up and down our stairs while the concrete was setting up for a few days after being poured. Appreciating my concerns, the company originally suggested a ramp, but walking with a cane or a walker, I was very worried about falling down. So instead, they structured their work, cut out and laid the front stairs one week, worked on part of the back sidewalk, let all of that concrete set up for multiple days over the weekend, and then started on the back steps the following week. When the time came for the old back steps to be removed and the new concrete poured, the front steps were just fine for us to use safely and soundly. It would have been much easier for them to cut out everything at once, pour all the concrete at the same time, and just install a ramp in the back. However, they customized the job into smaller sections and respected my dignity and concerns about physical limitations.
    These were true gentlemen from the initial appraisal and start of the job to the finish, both in their treatment of us as customers with special needs and in their treatment of each other on the job. (I never heard any cursing or inappropriate language from anyone, and all the workers seemed to be appreciated by their supervisors for their talents and dedication to the job). Everything was cleaned up quite well, and now we have a lovely front and back sidewalk and stairs, plus space for a newly expanded garden by our garage which we wouldn't have even thought of without their suggestions.
    - Arthur A.
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    D.M.R Masonry
    He was very good, efficient and fast with his work. He is a very polite man and I would recommend him for others to use. His pricing was the best I found all around and the quality of work was excellent.
    - Lorraine R.
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    PK's Painting
    The job went really well.  They were on time.  They started missing because I was in the hospital, but the guy was really good with me.  They were really prompt when they got around in the beginning of the day and after all that, I was sick and we missed each other.  Overall, they did a really good job.  They were fast as well.  I would use them again in the future if need be.       
    - Karen S.
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    Mark's Guaranteed Roofing & Home Improvement
    He provided timely, professional services.
    - Rolf O.
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    D.M.R Masonry
    - Ruth Ellen L.
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    Clean Sweep Chimney Service & Heating
    - Betsy C.
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