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Masonry reviews in Cranberry Twp

  • A
    Aleh is a pleasure to work with.
    We found him on Angie's List and he promptly answered our inquiry and came to our home to provide an estimate. He communicates effectively through the message function built into Angie's List
    He was helpful in suggesting colors and other materials for the project. He was on time, worked quickly and did a nice job of cleaning up after himself.
    Although the areas he did for us had been covered in stone previously, he suggested we add to the existing project by carrying the stone to the other side of the French Door. I'm glad we followed that recommendation. The stone looks wonderful, the additional area makes the overall area look more balanced and finished that it did originally.
    In the front of the house we had just put stone in just over a year ago. we thought it was not right, and asked Aleh to evaluate it. He pointed out some poor craftsmanship and thought we may have water damage behind the stone. Despite not wanting to re-spend money on the project we had him take down that stone - and sure enough there was water damage. He repaired that and then put new stone on the area.
    I wish we would have found him BEFORE we had the other contractor do that work. It was an expensive mistake.
    You will not need to worry about that with Aleh and A-Z Stone Works.

    - Douglas L.
  • A
    Very happy with the great job Aleh and his crew did. Their price was very compettive and their work was amazing. They were neat and got the job done in a few days. The stone work looks beautiful and I would definitely recommend them. They are true artisans!
    - Kathleen K.
  • A
    Anderson Chimneys Fireplaces Masonry
    I had a chimney fire which ruined my masonry fireplace. Other contractors quoted prices to fix with a wood insert.
    Ron Anderson told me about Ariens fire system which restores your fire place to a nature wood burning fireplace that  burns more efficiently, smoke free and kicks out the heat. I was skeptical at first, but now that I am using my fireplace I love it and would only use this type of system. Ron did a great job installing the system. Helped me make compromises to better meet my budget. His team was professional
    - Tom T.
  • A
    Gargiulo Landscape
    They did a great job and we could not believe how fast they completed our project.  The work was well done and the guys were patient with making the design look perfect.  We were extremely impressed with the entire team.  The price was fair given the great attention to detail the team paid.  It is high quality work and I will recommend them to anyone who asks about our beautiful new patio and firepit.
    - Daniel R.
  • F
    DT Construction
    *** Before reading this: Beware of Domenic Tedeschi! He is a thief with considerable criminal energy! ***
    I found a flyer in mailbox offering contractor work around the house and claiming that no job would be too small.
    I called and Domenic Tedeschi came on time, measured the site and promised to get back with a quote within a week. And he did. I gave him the order without negotiations - said, that I want him to be happy so that he gets me the best possible service. I paid $1500 down, for architectural services, as Domenic said. Start day was supposed to be August 5, 2013. Two weeks before that date Domenic came to collect a 50% down-payment =$9.600. Also, he offered to buy a wood-burning stove and a floor heating system for me and collected a $1625 and a $1000 check to pay for it.
     Work started a week later than planned, on 08/12/2013 because Domenic's truck broke down. Then for 1.5 weeks two teenagers worked at my house, demolishing the existing patio. After one week, on August 17th, Domenic came to ask me for more money - he found himself in a tight spot and needed to pay his son's college fee or some similar story. I felt sorry for him but did not have the money right away. However, I gave him a check for $3500 and told him not to cash it until the following Tuesday, my payday. He went straight to the bank and tried to cash it anyway. The check bounced. I was traveling in Mexico during the following week when I was informed about it and Domenic sent me messages begging me to wire him money from Mexico. It had been his wife's mistake with the check, so he said.
    I wanted to help him and instructed my secretary to give him a check while I was away. He collected the check on 08/21 and cashed it immediately.
    The following Monday I received an e-mail, allegedly written by his son, informing me that Domenic had a heart attack and cannot continue the work. To make matters worse, the originally bounced check for $3500, which had been sent back to Domenic, was also cashed a week after the e-mail about the heart attack.
    I have reported the case to the police and they were able to question Domenic. He admitted that he took the money and that there was not hear attack. He claimed to have a contractor number with a previous partner (Bil-Dom Construction) but a quick online check revealed, that this license has expired on 07/01/2011!
    Now I am left with a demolished patio and $21,000 less.
    - Robert T.
  • F
    Musgrove Masonry
    Week of July 22 - I called the number on my Order Summary sheet and left a message with Musgrove Masonry asking for an appointment to repair our chimney.  No reply
    August 5 - Second call, second message left with answering service. No reply
     August 13 - I sent an email to Musgrove Masonry asking for an appointment time to repair our chimney. No reply
    September 9 - When I looked at the reviews for Musgrove Masonry shown on Angie's List, I noticed a second phone number that wasn't shown on the Big Deal coupon. I called that number and reached Russell Musgrove on his cell phone. I again asked him for an appointment time to look at and repair our chimney. He said that he couldn't possibly give me an appointment time this week, but maybe next week, that he didn't have his appointment book with him and could I call him back after 3pm that afternoon. He mentioned that he never realized the Big Deal would be so popular, that he thought he'd get 1 or 2 replies and got 55. He said he should have returned my calls and responded to my email. He said that he did want to do our job but had "his regular customers" work already lined up before he agreed to the Big Deal. At 4:18pm, per his request, I called him back on his cell phone and got a recording saying that his mailbox was full and couldn't accept messages. I sent him an email saying that if we didn't hear from him by close of business the next day we would ask for a refund.
    September 10 - I received an email from Russell Musgrove. He said that a tround trip to our house to look at the chimney would take about 2 1/2 hours, and would I send him a photograph of the damage. He then could inspect the damage and come up with the cost of repairs and just have to make one trip. I replied to his email stating that I didn't believe the repairs needed could be adequately determined by a photo and told him we would ask Angie's List for a refund.
    Mr. Musgrove is obviously overwhelmed by the response to the Big Deal offer. I can understand and sympathize with that. However, his lack of response to repeated requests for an appointment is rude. I would much rather have had him call me back and tell me that he was just too busy to tackle the job. I will not use him in the future or recommend him to anyone else.
    - Kathleen H.
  • C
    Slinks Masonry Inc
    There were positives and negatives in my experience with Slink's Masonry.
    Scheduling was a problem. When I first contacted Gary in May of last year, he was very up front that he was currently busy, but thought that he could look at the project in about six weeks or so. I was willing to wait, but after that, it was one slip after another, first just getting an estimate and then starting the work. The project was not underway until the beginning of October. The project was estimated at six weeks but ran closer to eight including some worked weekends, finishing up in late November on the cusp of bad weather.
    The other issue was project planning. Regardless of who's doing the work, I would simply not do another project like this without a more thorough project plan in the contract, including fairly detailed sketches with measurements. There was no contract beyond signing the estimate, which had a more general description of the work. This impacted most on the front steps, where both the riser height (8") and width (31") of the steps from the driveway to the landing don't match the riser heights (5 1/2") and widths (36") of the steps from the landing to the front porch. I don't know why the riser heights were done differently - they were all the same in the wood steps he was replacing, but after the molds were built (still prior to pouring the concrete), Gary gave me heavy resistance to changing it. The widths are off because he didn't take into account the depth of the stone veneer on the retaining walls to either side of the lower steps which extends into the step. Project planning was also an issue where the stone interfaced with other materials. The vinyl siding I had put in didn't terminate the way Gary wanted it - and while Gary will say the siding installer should have known better (quite possibly true), coordination would have been easier on my end if this was specifically spelled out in the contract. This was fixed by the siding installer at my expense. The Garage doors were replaced prior to Gary's work with new trim/weatherstripping installed, because he was going to stone up right up to the trim. When the wood beneath the trim had to be removed, the trim was destroyed and had to replaced, again at my expense. There was a tree blocking his access to the chimney which was taken down, which should also have been in the contract. He was unwilling to remove the stump. The height of the patio was higher than we discussed, so I had to have 10 cubic yards of dirt brought in to bring the level of the backyard up to meet it. Starting this Spring, the driveway (asphalt) has buckled all along the length of the retaining wall, because the driveway was hollowed out underneath when they dug the footer. I will have to have this tended to before this Winter. I think at least some of these issues/expenses could have been mitigated with better planning and a more detailed contract.
    Despite all of that, there were positives too. Gary is very meticulous and conscientious working with the stone itself. I'm very happy with the fit of the cultured stone install on the house and the flagstone on the back patio - it looks beautiful. I believe that what he has built is very solid construction that should hold up over the long haul. When he was building the retaining wall, the level was out on each block as he tapped it level. There's rebar in the concrete of both the back patio and front porch anchored into the house. He discovered into the project that there was not adequate support in the existing wood framed chimney to hold the weight of the stone, which I appreciate him bringing to my attention so it could be addressed. Gary will take input and is generally easy to work with, so long as you discuss things in advance before he's into the task. Just initiate communication early and often to make sure you're on the same page.
    - Jeffrey H.
  • A
    Solid Concrete and Masonry
    I was having problems getting people who were able to do the fireplace and near to actually show up to quote me. I have a few people come and they did not seem to want the job. On a Saturday I reached out through Angie's list list to David and he replied within an hour we went back-and-forth a couple times and email and We set up a time to meet". He was late that day but had called ahead to let me know he was running behind. Very personable professional knows what he's doing and was very straightforward when he can't pricing. Gave me a time as to when they would be able to do it we decided to cut ahead with it he called ahead before he started to work and was here first thing in the morning that day. The job ended up being larger Then he first gave you credit for and it ended up taking additional day. The price for the additional day was very breezy oh and he had to source a couple of pieces going to project and just added onto the bill. Overall I was very satisfied throughout the project he was sending me text messages asking but I thought asking questions and a time there was a problem or concern he would call me and make sure I was okay with it before they made any moves.
    - Brad L.
  • A
    His quality of work was very good.  He matched the mortar as best as he could and he worked with our schedule.  Our job wasn’t quite a large job or anything.  A lot of companies I don’t think want to take small jobs.  We had to leave at times.  So he and his partner stayed and did the work.  He was kind enough as we asked him to give us a call back when he was going to be finished with the job so that we could come to pay him.  He cleaned up really nice afterwards.  It has been so far so good.  Everything looks really good.  He was very personable and friendly.  He was very fair.  He came out and gave some recommendations on the estimates of a retaining wall that we were having some questions with.  He was willing to give us information to see if that would fix the problem before giving him another job.  He gave us some pointers of what we might want to try first before we would may be want to have him back to see if he could fix it.  Effervescence was coming through our stone wall.  He recommended some chemicals that we might want to try first.
    - J K.
  • A
    All Under One Roof
    They are not the highest priced or lowest priced. They have done several jobs for me including the windows, masonry work and in 2008 they replaced my entire roof. They are on time and very good about cleaning up and they make good recommendations. For the quality of their work they are worth every penny. My house looks brand new house and the windows are gorgeous. I don't have any rain coming in after a storm and no more bugs. They helped me solve a lot of problems just by putting in those new windows. He is a local guy and right down the street. He doesn't oversell and gets you exactly what you need. He provides good solutions to problems, he is honest, he is fair. I would use John for everything. Windows are expensive but I am very satisfied with his work. They go above and beyond. All my neighbors are using him to redo their roofs. His foreman Troy, is excellent as well. A lot of times John is not available and Troy will get right back with you.
    - Diana S.
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