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Recent Outdoor Living Reviews in Reedsville

  • A
    Buffington Construction
    They were here everyday, punctual. It looks very nice, I have had several comments on how nice, and how quick it went up. I already purchased all the things we need. So, it was just the price for erecting the thing, cause I had already bought the stuff. They were on time, punctual, they cleaning up when they were done everyday. There was never any sawdust, or anything left, it was completely cleaned up everyday.
    - Becky M.
  • A
    Very professional. Mary is very helpful and very easy to get ahold of. They are a great company and provide excellent service.
    - Debra N.
  • A
    Peck's Construction
    Rick Peck did an excellent job marshalling resources and supplies and installing everything in the correct order. Rick didn't leave a part of the project half effort but rather you could count on him to do what he would if it were his home. We broke ground June 2009 and renovation through the last things done in Sept 2009. I added 700 square ft to my existing home and Rick tied it into the existing structure very nicely. I added several change orders for things I did not anticipate and was happy to get the advice and time from Rick to do this project the right way. I also added a big work order to put vinyl siding on the garage (matching home) and re-roof my 2-story (40ftx28ft) garage so that extended the project. Rick doesn't take short cuts. Rick knows the best people to work with him and I really appreciated his "can do" attitude the whole project! Rick let me know the options and thought of many creative ideas to make the project better and to save money! I highly recommend putting trust in his ideas and opinions.The end result is worth it and the peace of mind knowing your investment is well spent.
    - Margaret H.
  • A
    Discount Pool is one of the best business in Vienna. They are really nice people and their service is good and the prices are right.
    - EJ S.
  • A
    ProCo Construction
    The main thing was it seemed like anytime I had a group to cook out, it would rain and I had to put up a tarp or something so I had boys to grill for short of hurricane wind.  It worked out very nicely.
    - Cullen S.
  • A
    Every one who works here is very friendly and helpful. They are a retail store, so they have not done any work for me. I do recommend shopping here. The supplies can be purchased on-line cheaper, but I would rather buy them here for just a little more, and get my pool water tested, for free. They test the water very quickly, tell you what you need and how to add the chemicals to your pool water. I highly recommend them.
    - Carolyn B.
  • C
    Airtight Construction
    i would say it went pretty good   . we were working all nights at that time and slept during the day,most of the time the workers were here,so we really did not see  what they did or did not do. wh(en we have VERY hard winds,there is a VERY loud noise on the sunporch,at the top of the room,whether it is from their work(not sealing something properly) or not,i honestly cannot say or put the blame on them,also cold air  comes in around the windows and flooring in the winter months. To be fair to Airtight,the room has windows all the way around. Airtight did some work for my neighbors a few doors down and the were VERY pleased.
    - terri r.
  • D
    Canfield Pools
    We contacted Canfield Pools in late summer 2014, and after some discussion agreed to have our in-ground pool replaced. This included a new liner and plumbing system (except for the heater, which was still in good condition). The walls of the pool did not have to be replaced, as they are 8" reinforced concrete. The pool was surrounded by a large flat concrete patio, which was buckled and fractured, so we agreed to have that replaced. There was a chain-link surround fence that also had to be replaced. Canfield Pools began the work sometime in late August, with the "final" invoice dated 29 September 2014. The work is still not completed as of 22 June 2015. At each step of the way, they have demanded cash. They consistently promised to come to the site, then didn't show up. It's important to note that when they did show up, they worked very hard and seemed quite efficient. However we lost count of the times they put off our project, then came, usually unannounced, then wanted immediate payment. To start the project, the pool was drained and the old liner and plumbing removed. The old concrete surround and fence was broken up and taken away. This left a very large and deep hole in the ground in our back yard. Canfield Pools do not put up any safety barriers of any kind, until we complained of the danger. Then they surrounded the area with a single strip of yellow warning tape, which subsequently blew away in a storm. Anyone or anything wandering into our back yard, especially at night, could have been very seriously hurt. Canfield Pools did not respond adequately to the problem, to say the least. They used a subcontractor for the concrete work and called us literally one day before the work was to be done and wanted nearly $12,000 cash up front, before the contractor would even pour. For us, this was inconvenient to say the least. Even a few days of notice would have been more businesslike. In fairness, weather was a factor. But again, a few days warning would have been a welcome courtesy. Again, the weather was bad last winter, so that is a mitigating circumstance for delays. However they did not finish the new plumbing or install the new liner until 4 May 2015, even after having promised the work weeks earlier. They called us on Friday 1 May to say they'd absolutely be there that day and then didn't show up until the following Monday. After everything was finally installed the perimeter of the existing original concrete of the pool was left bare; we were told that was the deal we'd agreed to. We thought we'd bought coping that would cover it, but they said the liner clip was the coping. Possibly true, I won't argue. However their work cracked large (around 6-8"x2") divots out of the concrete at regular intervals. Decorative coping would not have affected those, except to cover up the problem. As of today (22 June 2015) I don't think those have been patched. (Actually, some of them had been; I don't know how long ago; but that's evidence that Canfield Pools knew it was their problem to fix). Moreover, by mid-June the new concrete surround was already showing hairline fractures in many place. That may cause serious problems in the future. There was initially an electrical problem that probably (but not conclusively) originated in our existing wiring. We didn't argue; we had an entirely new line installed. Once the pump system started working reliably, the pool seemed to function well. At this point though I am not sure how well it was designed: I have seen small debris floating on the surface glide toward the skimmer, then glide right past it back into the main area of the pool. I've not been able to adjust the inlets to fix that without creating lots of surface turbulence. During reconstruction they put in new steps - radius steps at one corner of the shallow end. Two holes with inserts,  for a hand rail, had been installed when the concrete surround was poured, so clearly installation of a rail was anticipated. When the pool was filled though, we were told that the rail would be an extra $125. We are baffled that they did not include that in the original price, yet clearly planned for its installation. But we agreed to pay nonetheless. We finally got to use the pool by early June. At that point we discovered that the bottom step of the new steps was approximately twice the height of a normal step. We've not been able to figure out any logic behind that. Everyone climbing out of the pool has tripped on it. I do not like having to make an uncomplimentary report, but I've just tried to be honest. Canfield Pools seem like very nice people, but I would never recommend them. The safety issue alone, leaving an unguarded hole in our back yard for several months -especially during the winter- should give any potential customer pause. Our experience, overall, has been one of great frustration at high cost, with the jury out on the final quality of the work.
    - Mark K.
  • F
    McAlarney Pools,Spas&Billiards
    It did not go so well.  It would be too long a story to tell from start to finish, so I will tell you this:  Verbal promises were made and not kept.  They did not keep us informed during the construction.  Questions were not answered truthfully.  Workmanship proved to be substandard.  We have paid other contractors a costly amount to correct the work done by McAlarney's.  They did not respond to our requests to make their work right.  I would never tell a friend or enemy to use them!
    - Elen W.
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