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    Leggett Asphalt

    Mr. Leggett was prompt in responding to our request to schedule a seal coating application on a previous paving job done in February.  The crew of two arrived on time ready to get started. They listened to my concerns and agreed to be attentive to them.  They then explained the different methods of application and made suggestions for each section of our complicated and extensive paved area. They did a thorough job of clearing and cleaning the pavement before they began to apply the coating.  We are extremely pleased with the outcome and would without reservation recommend them to others.  

    - Grace S.
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    Leggett Asphalt

    Mr. Leggett came out in the fall at our request and consulted with us on the large and "tricky" residential project.  (We have an extremely steep and long driveway.) He was very responsive to our call for an estimate and due to weather, agreed that we should put it off until Spring.  Because of our mild February in 2015, we chose a couple of days of sunshine and proceeded with the project.

    His crew arrived early and got right to work preparing the surface.  We were pleased with the preparation paving and the effort and care that was taken.  They worked efficiently and obviously wanted to get the job done properly.  They asked several times for input and even came up with ideas for problem areas.  For example, in the garage...the back door was not opening or closing properly prior to their work.   (Not in their scope of contract.) The foreman made a suggestion to remedy the problem, and then executed the plan fixing a problem that could have been left for us to deal with. Again, they took care of re-installing two gates at the proper level, work that could have been left for us.  They seemed to dot all the i's and cross all t's. Mr. Leggett seems to have a professional crew that work together well.

    (We plan to contract with them again this summer to lay a seal coating to protect our expensive investment.)

    Well-planned, well-executed, well worth it!




    - Grace S.
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    Leggett Asphalt
    They ran into more work than expected. However, they honored the quoted price. I was impressed with the service. They were very professional and did a very good job. They brought a crew of five people and completed the work in two days. The price was also very fair and about $1,000 less than another bid I received. I recommend them to anyone.

    Update 2/19/2013:

    There was a small flaw that was discovered in the work they did, and they came back to fix it at no exttra charge.
    - Janet S.
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    Jade Smith Paving
    After being scammed by Rose City Paving, I contacted Jade Smith to remove the lousy work RCP had done, excavate an additional area, provide rock base and provide new asphalt paving. Their estimate was prompt and detailed, listing areas to be removed, asphalt thickness and type and hot sealing at the county road. I revised their proposal to ensure there would be no gaps in what was expected and JS responded promptly. JS subcontracted the excavation work (see separate review of Ted's Excavation), but did the rock base and asphalt paving work. They arrived on the day of paving on time, but had to wait because I had signed the contract and sent it back by email, but JS had not sent back to me a copy signed by JS. Since RCP scammed the thickness (putting down 1" where it was supposed to be 2" minimum and screwing up the drainage by putting in a belly where it was supposed to be a straight plane), I went over the contract and the items of most importance to me with the person in charge. Their crew seemed a little slow in getting started, but responded well when I expressed any concern with the base work. When the actual asphalt paving work started, they were well organized, efficient and had little clean-up to do since they did not scrape their shoes or asphalt rakes on my concrete curbs or dump asphalt into barkdust areas like RCP. The completed job drains perfectly. One year after the RCP paving, the surface was grey colored and raveling so bad you could twist your foot on the surface and pop up rocks with ease. One year after paving by JS, the surface is still black and as sound as the day it was laid.
    - Maryanne L.
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    Leggett Asphalt
    Obtained three estimate for job, one of which was from Leggett and one from Rose City Paving.  Used RCP because they were available to do job sooner, which was a BIG mistake.  Rose City Paving scammed the job, putting down as little as 1 inch when the contract required 2 inch minimum, which I had to add to the contract because John Stanley wrote it without any thickness requirement.  Took a year and a half to get a judgement against Rose City Paving.   If the contract is not professionally written, does not contain thickness, type of asphalt, drainage and clean-up details, don't try to clean it up by adding details before signing.
    - Maryanne L.
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    ROSE CITY PAVING LLC
    Warning!!! I was scammed, this is how.  Rose City Paving gave an estimate after an on-site inspection by John Stanley Jr. confirmed the work and area to be done. The work consisted of providing additional rock (the sub-base was set up approximately 4" below the finish grade) and asphalt pave the 'L' shaped driveway, paving to 6" below the top of the existing concrete curbs, thicken the asphalt paving to 4" at unsupported edges, slope the paving to drain to an existing curbcut, with a 2% straight cross slope prior to the curbcut, paving without any humps or bellies at most areas.  Their price, $3900, was very similar to other paving companies but they could do the job sooner so they were chosen after I reviewed reports on Angie's List and the Oregon Construction Contractors Board.  I asked John Jr. for a written quote and he said he would provide it and bring it out but then several days later called and said he could not come out but he would bring it the morning of the work.  When he came out on the day of work, the pre-written "quote" and contract (poorly written and with numerous spelling errors, including misspelling "asphalt" twice) was for $3900, including the additional rock, but did not mention the 4" thickened edges and also did not mention the asphalt paving thickness, which was previously discussed as 2-1/2".  I added the 4" thickened edge requirement and also added a 2" minimum compacted thickness for the asphalt as the equipment was driving down the road.  John Stanley Sr. then came and was introduced as John Jr.'s father and looked at the job.  He appeared to be in a bad mood.  The curbs were marked with chalk 6" from the top.  The rock base was brought in, spread and compacted.  John Sr. and John Jr. operated the paving machine.  Initially they paved at a fairly straight plane as was previously discussed with John Jr., but as they progressed the finished paving first had a hump in the middle and then at a more critical point was bellied in the middle of the driveway.  At one point in the paving, John Sr. directed his man on the roller compactor to drive off the finished edge, which damaged their own work.  Near the end of the paving, the work stopped, John Sr. left, and I was told they were out of asphalt.  At one point John Jr. asked for $1600 more to complete the work, claiming they weren't making any money, and after about 20 minutes of waiting for more asphalt, John Jr. completed the last approximately 13 feet.  Before they left, I directed some water down the driveway and none drained to the curbcut because the paving was too bellied in the middle at the lower section.  An RCP worker came and tipped a plate compactor on end at the curbcut, making  a depression in front of the curbcut without my permission, and which did not solve the drainage problem.  It also damaged the concrete curbcut.  I told John Jr. it was not draining as intended and as we had previously discussed.   Later that day I more fully inspected the paving work, running water down at various points and found out how badly the belly was at the last 60 feet of paving directly affecting the improper drainage.  Paving was also anywhere from 4-3/4" to 7" below the top of the curbs and not 2" minimum in thickness.  I also noticed they had run one of their roller compactors into the side of a wood retaining wall and left a big gouge about 9 feet long.  There was no cleanup.  I spent several hours trying to clean off the asphalt stains where workmen had stood on or scrapped their boots on the concrete curbs.  Asphalt and rock was spilled in barkdust areas beyond the curbs.  I called and asked John Jr. to come out and discuss what needed to be corrected.  When he insisted that the solution to the improper drainage was to put a "berm" across the driveway (aka speedbump) I said no and he said he would have to talk to his father.  John Sr. called and I made an appointment to come out.  Without calling to change the time, he came out early and came into the property, upsetting my watchdogs.  His proposed correction to the drainage problem was to dig a hole in the middle of the driveway.  When I said that was not acceptable, he launched into a tirade and screamed "You should have done it in concrete!  You tried to go cheap!  You tried to save $10,000!".  (I had mentioned to John Jr. that some concrete bids had come in extremely high.)  I told him to leave and he kept on ranting "You tried to go cheap!".  If there was any doubt in my mind this was the wrong company to do any paving work, that tirade erased all doubt.  I had to pay extra just for them to complete the job they were supposed to do (I added no extra work or changes), then I found out later someone from RCP had approached a neighbor to redo their driveway during the time they were doing mine.  When I googled John Stanley Sr. and Rose City Paving, I found out he was fined $5,000 by the Oregon Department of Justice for "fraudulent practices" (violation of Oregon's Unlawful Trade Practices Act, case # CCV0307996) .  Now I know why.   Warning!!!  Following a written contract, quality work and acting in a professional, honest manner are foreign concepts to John Stanley/Rose City Paving.  Prior to court (for breach of contract) I cut several  holes in the paving.  At the bellied area where it did not drain properly it was only 1" in thickness (it was supposed to be 2" minimum by the contract)!!!  The court did not believe John Stanley and awarded me damages.  The Construction Contractors Board website lists this "dispute" as "closed by the CCB for other reasons", even though it was not withdrawn or abandoned.
    - Maryanne L.
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    Bay Construction Services Inc
    Jim and crew showed up within one minute of the time agreed upon. They got right to work, cleaning the asphalt in preparation for crack filling and sealing. They wire-brushed away (by hand) the moss that had grown in seveal of the cracks then filled the larger cracks with "hot patch". Once the surface was clean and patched they did a very professional job of applying the seal coating material, leaving a smooth, clean and attractive surface. They took care not to damage nearby plantings and even rolled up the garden hose that they used to fill their sealer tank. Overall we were very satisfied.
    - WILLIAM W.
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    Leggett Asphalt
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    - GERALD B.
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