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  • A
    DIO Construction


    They arrived on the job Saturday and they ripe, crush and extend my driveway. They also torn the apron at the foot of the driveway and then pour new concrete for a new apron.  They finished that day and was told to wait two day before we can drive on it.

    After a week they came back and pour asphalt and completed the job.

     All and All A great and professional job!!.

    Look at others first then Call Pat Dio last.


    - James P.
  • A
    TMC Concrete & Paving LLC
    Mr. Travaglini was able to work with us quickly to meet a last-minute need, and was well-informed about the work needed as well as the permitting process.  The replaced blocks looked well-set, and have held up without any problems over the past 9 months.  His price seemed very reasonable; we've checked "NA" on that item only because the sudden need for repairs meant we didn't have time to do much comparison shopping.  We'd be happy to work with TMC again if the need arises.
    - Charles B.
  • A
    H&B Driveway Resealing LLC
    This company deserves an A+. The person who answered the phone and set up the appointment was very cordial and polite.  H&B came out on the designated date and had the work done in no time. I spoke with the supervisor who answered all of my questions.They trimmed the grass and prepared the surface to be treated. They worked quickly and efficiently.  I could not find a single splash of black sealant against my house, garage door or adjoining cement. Their work was extremely neat. Four of my neighbors had their driveways done at the same time.  Everyone was very pleased.  I would definitely recommend H&B Driveway Resealing. 
    - Nancy A.
  • F
    BBC Exteriors & Paving LLC
    The list below list of issues is from a week or so after the project was completed in May 2014. Since then the driveway has gotten even worse. The sink holes are real bad and it starting to crumble. 
    Mark the owner had promised time and time again to return and fix the driveway. After one year of constant complaining to him  he then promised that  he would refund our money in June 2015. That never happened. I have tried to call and all of his known phone numbers and texted messaged and emailed him countless times. He has stopped all communication. 
    Read this list before considering this company!
    1.Improperly prepared and compacted sub grade. You claim you installed 8" of stone. I measured 3-4 " max.
    2. Over cut the driveway to close to the fence.
    3. Loosened new concrete patio pavers. No precautions taken while demoing old driveway Did not properly repair.I had to remind you while you were laying the asphalt to reset the loose pavers
    4. Asphalt foot prints on new patio pavers. No precautions taken to protect against oily foot prints. tried to clean but some stains still remain.
    5. Asphalt installed to high at garage doors. Attempted to correct that issue by torching the asphalt and channeling out a trench so the door can lower and close all the way. In that process you set the garage door jam on fire which caused a complete panic as we have just suffered through a fire at this house due to a contractor using a open flame torch near exposed wood . You should always have a fire extinguisher if you are going to use that torch.
    6. Uneven and lumpy asphalt paving due to the improperly prepared sub grade. Some elevation difference of +2" within a 4' span. The area where you tried to patch by reheating and adding more cold asphalt from the the truck is very noticeable. Looks like a patch job on a brand new driveway.
    7. Areas where the sub grade materials was churned up into the asphalt as it was laid. Now there is rocks and dirt mixed into the surface.these areas and other dirt streaks will not wash out. The driveway is really falling apart in these areas as the asphalt less than 1" thick in places.
    8. Areas that where  the asphalt was never tamped or compacted properly. Between the garage doors, near the patio pavers. There are actually boot prints still showing. There are areas where the asphalt is so loose can can be picked with you fingers.
    9. A mess left on the side walk and in the street and near my neighbors side. I spent a few hours myself using a scraper to remove pieces of tar stuck to the side walk.
    10.Where the driveway meets the sidewalk the asphalt is high and  overlaps onto the concrete sidewalk by approx 2".
    11. Excess stone and large rocks left along both sides of the driveway. I would have expected this to be hauled away so the customer would not have to clean it up.
    12.  Cracks starting to appear 
    13. Sink holes that are over 2" deep. Mostly from where the car tires sit. when the car is parked.
    I have pictures of the entire project even where they torched the driveway and garage.
    - Robert C.
  • F
    J Scott Paving
    When I called to schedule an estimate, I asked the company to schedule
    an appointment so I could be home to meet the service man.  The man came
    out the next day without notifying me, so I did not get a chance to
    explain what I needed done.  He gave me two estimates, both of which I
    felt to be average.  But he said he could not promise he could grade my
    driveway so that the water moves away from the house.  He did not
    remember what my driveway looked like.  But he also said that when he
    graded my driveway, he would have to insure that my neighbor's driveway
    did not get water.  He made no sense to me.  Do not use him...he can't
    make up his mind.
    - Lourdes R.
  • A
    Kane Paving & Sealcoating Inc
    Kane was great! They trimmed hedges to make the driveway area larger, tore out the old driveway, regraded - including a non-driveway area that needed to drain away from the house, and put down a new asphalt driveway, all in in two days. One piece of cement on tricky turn near a basement stair was damaged during the tearout and was repaired cleanly and professionally without us having to say anything. We are very pleased with the final result and would highly recommend this company for driveway replacement or repair.
    - SARAH G.
  • A
    J Scott Paving
    We had water issues due to the back corner of our yard being the culmination point of three different house's surface/rain water. All of the water from these houses ended up on in our back yard behind our driveway and thus, in a hard rain, water would flow down our driveway and up to the house and we would have a wet basement. After installing a french drain, the basement was relatively dry, but due to another contractor's major mistake, when they poured a new walkway and cement foundation for our porch extension, they pitched the cement so that the water coming down the driveway now headed down the walkway and pooled right next to the foundation, causing water to enter into our new, finished "dry" basement! Since we had invested so much money to put in the new porch, tearing out all of the cement and porch was not cost-effective. Naturally, the cement company we used went out of business. They were terrible! How could they not know how to pitch cement?!?
    After two years of sand-bags trying to redirect the water flow, along with outrageously costly quotes for potential "solutions" to solve our flooding problem ($7-$17K), we finally came up with our own solution to keep all of the rain water away from the house. With sand bags, we were able to divert the water away from the house and basement by keeping it on the driveway--our basement stayed dry for years. However, sand bags are not pretty nor a permanent solution so we needed a company who could recreate our sandbag water diversion system. Enter J. Scott Paving.
    Mr. Scott came to our house to look over our driveway and give an estimate. We painstakingly explained the situation and what we had done to fix it. We explained that we needed something that would emulate our sandbag situation, otherwise our basement would flood. Because of the length of our driveway and our water problem, Mr. Scott was worried that we might not have enough pitch to successfully get all the water down. He came out and measured with a laser system and determined that it could be done, with a little less pitch than he normally likes. However, he said they should be able to build up the sides of the driveway so that the driveway could hold the water in case the slightly less pitch wouldn't be able to get the water down the driveway fast enough. In addition, he assured us that he would have his "best guy" come in and lay down the asphalt so that the water would flow directly down the middle of the driveway.
    The driveway crew arrived and took a total of three days to complete the job. First, they tore out our old driveway completely. Next, they brought in loads of dirt and gravel to build up the back and sides of the driveway even more. Last, they added the asphalt and pitched the driveway. While they were adding asphalt, they constantly flowed water down the driveway to make sure the water was flowing in the middle. Once the driveway was done, it worked like a charm...except...
    When the crew added all the new sand/dirt/gravel to build up the driveway, the end of the driveway was now higher than the end of the yard. What this now created was a big water "dam" that would cause the water to go around the end of the driveway, into our yard and then go up to the house foundation, flooding our basement once again. In addition, Hurricane Sandy was heading our way. We were very worried that our house was going to flood. Mr. Scott was able to get us dirt at cost and had his crew come in with wheelbarrows and dump many, many yards of dirt mixed with gravel at the back of the driveway and into our neighbor's back yard, re-leveling out the yard with the driveway so water would go onto the driveway. His crew couldn't get trucks up our driveway because the asphalt was so new, so hand-carting the dirt to the end of the driveway was the only option. His workers then pounded down the dirt/gravel mix with their "thumpers" so that it would be relatively hard-packed and not collapse with the pending storm. With the new driveway and dirt, our house stayed miraculously dry and has been dry ever since!
    However, we are not done yet...
    About six months after the driveway was finished, I noticed spots of dirt peaking through. There were places where the asphalt was laid so thin that it separated and dirt was showing through. I called up the company and asked them to patch the driveway. The person who came out to look at the holes also found a couple of other places that were thin. They came back out and repaired the thin spots at no cost. We also had them seal-coat the driveway later on that year. They did a great job.
    Overall, J. Scott Paving went way out of their way to make sure we were satisfied and to help us out quickly to prevent our house from flooding. We are so happy with their work that we called them to give us an estimate on replacing the driveway on our new house. It was because I called them for a new estimate that I decided to write this review. I couldn't be more happy with the quality of their work, their responsiveness to our concerns, and standing behind their service.

    - Toby F.
  • A
    The Driveway Lady LLC
    The owner did a great job with my driveway. My driveway is aging and was in horrible condition- graying, with large cracks . At some point, I will have a new one installed. However, short of doing that, the coating that was done by the Driveway Lady has breathed new life into it. And, it looks so much nicer! I am very pleased with the whole experience.
    - Beatrice J.
  • A
    J Scott Paving
    Our house has had significant drainage issues and Mr. Scott was able to meet with us and discuss these in detail so that the driveway met our needs. His crew was excellent and seemed quite skilled at their jobs. In addition, he was able to scramble and help us fill the pit left by the garage demo. We had not anticipated the size of the pit and this was especially important to us as we felt that this pit could possibly re-direct water toward the house. In addition, Hurricane Sandy was coming in a few days. He could have left us in lurch, especially given the time frame. He did not and it was much appreciated. Furthermore, the driveway and fill drained perfectly, not a drop into the house. Overall, this was one of the most professional, courteous, and all around excellent contractors I have ever worked with. 


    - Toby F.
  • B
    G&V Construction Services Inc
    The representative was very professional, seemed knowledgeable about the subject matter, and was able to quote on various improvements around our house. Since their price was higher than contractors that specialized in the specific trades, I decided to go with different contractors.
    - Steven D.
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