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    Maufran Construction
    I hired Maufran Construction to complete the excavation, block foundation, and concreate interior for a 32' x 26' three-car detached garage. The job required the removal of an existing concrete turn-around area and a significant slope of approximately 6+ feet on the back-side of the area, new concrete footers, several feet of back-fill, and a finished concrete slab. Mauricio was the lead for the project. He was very responsive and provided competitive quotes. His company had the experience and expertise you would expect to find in a big business, but with the professionalism and responsiveness, of a small business. Initially, there was a minor language barrier, but it did not impact the project scope, professionalism, great work, or finishing of the project. Since completing the first major project, I have hired Mauricio and his business again for additional work. I would recommend Maufran Construction to any home owner who is looking for a hard-working crew with professionalism and experience at a reasonable price. I can add pictures if allowed.
    - Chad A.
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    Bill Potter Concrete Construction, LLC
    Exceeded all my expectations! All employees of Bill Potter Concrete continually answered my many questions, were always on time for the job, were knowledgeable and professional and very personable and polite. If a variance to the project plan was required, the crew did not change the plan themselves - they showed me the necessary changes and got my OK before they proceeded. The jobsite was always left clean at the end of the day and much less damage was done to my yard by the heavy equipment than I anticipated. At the end of each workday I was shown and told what work had been done that day plus was told what was going to be done the next day - the job was always on schedule. Plus, Bill Potter Concrete's prices are competitive! I would definitely hire them again. Although Bill Potter Concrete price quote was a little higher than other companies, based on stellar reviews, I thought his work would be superior to other companies. And it definitely was and well worth the money
    - roger h.
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    Powerhouse General Contracting
    I've used James of Powerhouse General Contracting on several projects. He does excellent work, voices any recommendations or concerns, and communicates his schedule and timeline well.
    - matt j.
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    Houser Asphalt & Concrete
    It went great! Originally, I told them I couldn't have the work done until mid-May. But in mid-April my plans changed, so I called and told them they could do it anytime. They were there within 3 days! The "foreman" of the crew was very polite and told me exactly what they were going to do and laid-out time expectations considering weather conditions. When he said they were going to do something on a particular day, they were there and did it on that particular day. The work took 3 work days (Friday, Mon, Tues). One minor problem that they in no way could have prevented: unbeknownst to me, when the house was built in the early 1990's, the builder ran the electrical line from the house to the front post light under the driveway (!) When the Houser crew was removing the old driveway, they inadvertently cut that electrical line. Houser promptly sent out an electrician to repair it (at no additional cost to us, of course). The new/enlarged driveway and walkway look great - during the coronaphobia shut-down, there have been a lot of neighbors out taking their walks. At least 3 of them have yelled over that the driveway looks great. The total cost with city permit was just under $6100. In late 2019, I sought quotes from 4 or 5 different firms. Only 3 returned my calls, and just 2 of those showed up to give a quote. Houser's quote was a good $1000 lower than another firm's here in Centerville.
    - Bob M.
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    Bill Potter Concrete Construction, LLC
    Driveway turned out great. Bill Potter provided great advice on the layout and was very accommodating to change requests. Entire crew was friendly and professional.
    - Joe D.
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    PRO-TECH CUSTOM CONCRETE
    Excellent, professional staff including “Luke on the Bobcat”. Owner, Mr. Caskey was there from the start of the project to the end. They started on time and worked until the job was complete. All employees worked as a team. We are totally pleased with the quality of their work.
    - Ken B.
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    Easy Living Homes
    Terrible!!! I would invite your viewers to visit the Better Business Bureau of Dayton's website to review the complaints listed, along with the Facebook page of the company. The current owner truly does make your project unique but there is nothing seamless and comfortable. The uniqueness that this company brings is you are provided a hands down bid with no further out of pocket expenses - it's solid - even if additional materials are needed. That is not true. The scope of the project was discussed including materials, finishing, etc. but according the contractor, these were 'favors' and costs were out of his pocket. The concrete he poured for the patio is terrible and he thinks we should pay him to fix it (see attached picture) ; he splattered concrete all over my front door and he thinks it is only dirt (see attached picture) even though he told us numerous times it is going to take muriatic acid to clean it. Why would I need muriatic acid to clean off dirt!. He can not obtain/get/keep subcontractors to perform the work. When subcontractors do arrive, they only worked a couple of hours a days maybe twice a week, and if they know you are home, they abruptly pick up and leave. Makes one wonder what they were hiding. When a subcontractor did show up to do the roof he arrived at 4:00 PM and worked until 9:00 PM - talk about unique! This contractor had more excuses for not getting the job done and would just laugh it off saying it's all good. Now, because the building department signed off on the project, he is done and we are left to fix and clean up his mistakes...it's not all good! This company is not a trusted local pro for any home project and customer satisfaction and professionalism is not their top priority.
    - Carla D.
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    Bearfoot Concrete
    Overall, my experience with Bearfoot Concrete was very disappointing. To try to be as fair as possible, I will breakdown this review by price, workmanship, attention to detail, and customer engagement/service. Price: The price agreed to was very reasonable. However, perhaps in the end, you get what you pay for. Workmanship: Bearfoot replaced my paver patio with stamped concrete; replaced a pad in the driveway, and as an add on to the contract, installed a 5 x 9 stoop at the exit to our garage. Patio: The stamped texture turned out fine. However, the color did not. During our estimate, we asked Bearfoot to match the patio to the fence. The secondary color was a darker brown. According to the manufacturer color palette, the correct base color should have been Aspen. Instead, Bearfoot chose Cappuccino. So, instead of a taupe/light brown, the base color had a very yellowish tint...completely unacceptable blend for the house and screen room. To be fair, Bearfoot asked if the color was correct AFTER they had mixed and poured the concrete. This is important...whatever correction came after that would result in a stained concrete, not a colored concrete, however, it would have saved an added step of sealing, resealing. When I first contacted Bearfoot about the wrong color, after a bit of back and forth, Bearfoot mentioned the clause in the contract which stated that Bearfoot wasn’t responsible for customer satisfaction with the color. I held firm stating, I could agree IF the customer asked for color X, you put down color X. Then it was on the customer for choosing the wrong color. However, when the customer asks for color X and you put down color Y, that is different. In the end, he agreed to redo the color staining the concrete. End result, instead of the two color tones, I now have a single stained color that requires annual sealing to maintain. And, the final color is much darker than our original requested color. I should add that during the agreement, we discussed Bearfoot would provide labor but the customer would have to buy materials to correct the Bearfoot mistake. More on that later. Driveway Pad: Overall acceptable. Only issue is attention to detail. 5 x 9 stoop: Outside my garage man door was a low spot that collected water. When it rained, the water pooled towards the house. One of the Bearfoot workers explained that overtime, this could affect the foundation and recommended a slab that would cause the water to run off away from the house plus eliminate the high step over from the garage to the outside. Well, the first rain came right after the slab was put in only to find the slab angled towards the house! And to top it off, there was a low spot just as you stepped outside, so there was a puddle as well. When I approached Bearfoot, they asked how I wanted it fixed. I mentioned they were the experts, tell me. End solution, they cut grooves in the concrete angled from the corner and along the doorway exit so water would slowly drain away from the foundation. Looks terrible but it’s in back of the garage where no one will see. Attention to detail: Could use significant improvement. But first, on a positive note. There equipment tore up the lawn. While it was quite a mess, especially since it rained there first couple of days on the job, they tried to fix. They brought in topsoil to repaid the ruts from the equipment and offered to put down grass seed. Given the weather and the nature of the work, not sure they could’ve done better. That being said, the concrete dust was everywhere—all over the brick facing of the house, on trees and shrubs, the paint on the screen room, all over the backyard. At a minimum, Bearfoot should have covered the other areas. They did try to clean up the area after their initial work was done and did a fairly good job. However, in getting the concrete off of the painted surface of the screen room, I must now repaint. They also hosed out their buckets then poured them out in our backyard. Of course, when it dried, we had concrete residue all over the back yard. None of the concrete edges adjacent to the house or screen room were smooth. It seemed the bigger the glob, the better the job when it came to the edges. When they returned to add the stain to the concrete, Bearfoot agreed to grind them down, and did a pretty good job on that. Problem—more concrete dust on the house and screen room that did not get cleaned up. Hopefully someday I’ll get it out. During application of the stain, they reapplied sealant. You can see the streaks in the patio where they applied the stain at different times over the course of several hours. More on that later. Most of this rework could have been avoided IF the right color was applied the first time. And, had they used a level when installing the slab, there would have been no need for the work-around cuts in the concrete. Lastly, not to be too nit-picky but while I’m writing, when Bearfoot was removing the damaged concrete pad from the driveway, they nicked the adjacent pad with the jackhammer. Stuff happens but it would have been nice had they simply patched it. Instead, we had to point it out during inspection. And, I understand they need water to clean up, however, on day 2 or three of the job, two workers grabbed the hose, removed the nozzle, then turn on the water. They pulled the hose to the street, still on, then sat in their car for nearly 2 hours. Explanation: they were cleaning up. PS: I found the nozzle laying in the mud the next day, hose still out. My wife finally turned off the water because the left for the day with it still on. Customer engagement/service. I read several reviews on Bearfoot and saw many complaints on rude, arrogant, unresponsive interactions with the lead installer. I did not experience that. In fact, I think the Bearfoot people really tried to make out right...problem was, there was so much wrong, they couldn’t get there. I attribute this to the attention to detail that was missing. Much of that could have been avoided by checking with the customer often during the project. For example, had they shown us cappuccino prior to mixing and pouring, perhaps the color problem could have been avoided all together. A pet peeve, and seemingly hopeless expectation of contractors is to be reliable. Too often I had to track down Bearfoot to find out what was going on and to know what time they would be there. The final straw was our last day of work. They initially called to say they’d be there at 1030. Then a call to delay to 113–1200. I called at approx 1230...new time 1300. They finally showed up at 1430-1445. Worked for an hour or so then said it was too hot to work, the sun would bubble up the sealant. That was very true, however, if they had shown up on time, would that still have been an issue? Instead, they came back at 1800 and finally departed about 2100. Bearfoot rationale: The delay in getting hear was unavoidable. We had to go to Cincinnati to pick up materials for the job. When I asked, why did you wait until this AM? You’ve known for approximately 2 weeks we were scheduled for today, there was no response. For me, I took an entire off work to be there with the concrete. As it turns out, there was no need. Back to the bill for materials to fix the color, I’m calling it even...one days pay = materials. Summary: If you are an exacting customer that wants quality workmanship, look elsewhere. If you’re looking for a reasonable price for more basic concrete jobs Like driveway or sidewalk slabs and can accept minor defects, use them.
    - Dan B.
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    PRO-TECH CUSTOM CONCRETE
    Several months ago we used Angies List to select a few contractors. We wanted quotes for replacing our driveway, apron and walkway. Mark from Pro-Tech Custom Concrete stood out from the rest in the way he explained the work to be done. The three quotes we got were similar in price. Due to unusual rainfall, our project was a bit delayed. It was completed 6/26/19 and we are delighted with the great result! Not only does the drive look terrific, Mark and his great team filled in the damaged areas of lawn along the edges of the drive and walk, and he came the next day to scatter grass seed and hay on top. All the men were extremely polite, pleasant and incredibly hard-working. They cleaned up everything before they left. We recommend them highly.
    - Martha S.
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    PRO-TECH CUSTOM CONCRETE
    Mark and Pro-Tech team. We've been enjoying our driveway for about a year....and am impressed everyday with the quality if work. In our neighborhood the city has been doing a lot of the concrete work to update our area. I chose to use Pro-tech instead, and man you can see the difference in the level of detail/quality. I would highly recommend Pro-Tech.
    - Kevin S.
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