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Masonry reviews in Langhorne

  • A
    Norman Scherff Masonry
    Norm, his son and crew did a beautiful job in replacing our front step / platform. They were very punctual, professional, did quality work and cleaned up thoroughly during the project. The project cost was very reasonable considering the work involved. I would highly recommend them for masonry projects.
    - James F.
  • A
    Disciple Masonry
    We cannot begin to describe how incredibly pleased we were with Patrick and his cohort, Nick. Consummate professionals AND craftsmen, they worked swiftly yet were comprehensive in effort and scope. Patrick was completely transparent in what he was thinking and believing and explained his reasoning thoroughly, both in the estimate process and later, in this job that ended up having more problems than we anticipated and required additional work and time. he was collegial, pleasant and humble. he and Nick were a pleasure to have at our house. as for the jobs themselves, he was able to work with our old chimney and provided further protection after his work of repairing and repointing was finished . his idea about how to handle the base of the chimney and make it look stunning and different by adding a heavy copper facing that slightly flared out as it met our natural stone patio, was an incredible idea that ended up being as incredible looking as it sounded when he proposed it after discussing with us our ideas about aesthetics and discussing our ideas and priorities. and as for the second job, what Patrick and Nick ended up doing was to fully dig out and remove the old cinder block walls, leaving ample space for placing a waterproof barrier where the new cinder blocks they installed met the soil of the grounds, and then backfilling, after filling each block with concrete. in addition, they took out the original framework of the old screen door that led directly into the basement, and put in a new frame for a new door (that we will have to get installed in the near future) made of pressure treated lumber for additional weather and insect protection. they took out and rebuilt the lintel area over the doors, and insulated this and the areas behind the new framework as well. they then capped off the new lintel area with wood like PVC board, which we will paint to match the Cotswold Cottage look of this unique home. they also dug out and laid concrete at the head of the new Bilco doors where none existed before. and finally, they installed the new Bilco doors, which, because of the White House tariffs on steel, became several hundred dollars more expensive than when we signed the work order. The public needs to know that when you hire this wonderful man, you are getting a superb craftsman, an excellent thinker, a great worker, an ethical individual, and someone who cares deeply about his work and his customers and will do whatever has to be done to make the owner happy, and the job one to be proud of. And his choice of an equally wonderful and skilled worker, his friend and longtime associate (Nick) who has many many years in this field, is also an indication of excellent judgement. Nick himself was also a pleasure to work with and to know. By the end of this job, we felt like Patrick and Nick were longtime friends with amazing skills. our only regret is that we cannot use this magnificent company for anything in the near future. you will not regret hiring them.
    - Sharon F.
  • B
    Dependable Concrete LLC
    They did a good job in the backyard area, except the drain has been clogging ever since they did the work and they have not come back to repair that issue. The front areas where fine. The repairs on the concrete steps where okay, except that the concrete at the top of the stairs had hairline cracks that they did not come back to repair. This issue has gotten worse the first year. We have been in constant contact with Vince to get this repaired for over a year and he keeps putting us off. Dependable they are not!
    - Jocelyne B.
  • A
    Craft Pro Masonry Restoration Inc
    Mike and his crew were professional, timely, and did what they said they were going to do. The quality of work performed on my house is top notch and looks outstanding! I will definitely be using craft pro masonry again for future projects. I would highly recommend using them.
    - mary r.
  • A
    Gtm Landscaping Inc
    .When we first started using GTM George came out and gave us an estimate for grass cutting only and he is very fair with pricing.
      We decided to update our yard with new trees and a lot of stone work. It all came out beautiful. We have been his customer for a few years now and have no intention of changing that  

    - Judith K.
  • C
    Michael's Brick Pointing
    Mikes guys showed up on time and described the work that was going to be done.  A previous contractor had used some caulk like material to point the chimney and it was peeling away from mortar.  After removing the caulk they started to point the bricks without removing any of the old mortar.  I called Mike to ask why and he told me they only need an eight of an inch of space to apply new mortar.  Any pointing job I'd ever seen or heard of required up to a inch of the old mortar removed before apply the new.  Mike said he would call his guys and have them grind out the old material.  They ground a small section and continued pointing.    I called Mike a second time to see why they had not removed any other material.  He continued to tell me that an eight of a inch was enough space work with and that they do it all the time.  Only after i said that I would not be satisfied unless they did the job correctly did he have his men continue to grind out the old mortar.  I have spoken with several contractors since then and they agree, taking out a half to an inch of old mortar is the only way to do the job correctly, and is also why most contractors want nothing to do with this kind of work or take short cuts like point directly over the old mortar.  They were not happy with having to the job over but continued on and cleaned up.  The chimney looks good and I hope the job holds up.
    - Margaret B.
  • A
    Above All Chimney and Masonry
    I highly recommend calling and quot;Above all chimneyand quot;. I would trust them with any type of chimney job. Our 70 year old chimney had cracked mortar and brick faces were falling off. We were getting a wet wall inside on rainy weeks. and quot;Above all chimneyand quot; came out and recommended a repointing and chimney saver coating. We had 2 other estimates from local companies. The other companies were recommending masonry paint or stucco for waterproofing. All of the estimates were in the same price range, but we wanted to retain the brick look. We also thought the chimney saver product was great and repointing was the correct fix. The person that performed the estimate also managed the project and inspected the work daily. The guys were very professional. Their work was excellent. A crew of two worked on grinding out the mortar for a few days. They cleaned up as they worked. Mortar dust had settled on a nearby car and they washed off the car. They dug out and replaced complete bricks with new bricks that matched. Some bricks were refaced with mortar and painted as requested. They repaired the crown which was not on the estimate and no additional money was requested. When the job was complete the surrounding area was washed and debris was removed. The chimney looks 100% better. The water proof coating will be applied in a few weeks to allow the mortar to set. Overall the work performed was a great value for the price.
    - Danielle C.
  • A
    Masonry Inc
    Chris & his crew put in  front & back concrete walkways. The initial consultation & estimate process was easily scheduled & his pricing quite fair for the work required. He obtained the needed permits & then the actual installation was done. the front walk required a lot of prep work-6 inches deep & approx 45 ft long! There was also a very large tree stump they had to dig up. The pouring of the concrete had to wait a week due to rainy weather, but the day they did this it went very quickly. The whole crew were very friendly & courteous-they even brought my trash cans up from the curb twice! Thanks guys! They cleaned up everything nicely afterwards too. I would definitely recommend this company & use them again in the future for any relevant projects.
    - Elizabeth A.
  • A
    Premier Pool Renovations
    My wife and I dragged our feet on renovating our pool for years, even when we decided to finally pull the trigger we still procrastinated until April before calling pool companies for prices. Several companies came out, some guys seemed convincing but some were just down right rude during our initial meeting, obviously we did not call the rude ones back. In the end we narrowed some primary factors down and went with Premier Pool Renovations! Dan was our salesman, he was prompt, polite, and knowledgeable. He explained we should look into tile, coping, plaster work as our primary concern and we could take on our equipment and pool cover goals at a later date. He gave us pricing options for the masonry on the pool and separate options for replacing equipment and the new cover quote. After reviewing the numbers and doing some research we decided his advice was probably best and did the masonry, he had left us with some info on the interiors and we decided the "quartz" upgrade was probably a smart move. From there Sandra Capps at PPR's office sent us a contract, we selected some colors, and sent in our deposit. Dan had also explained PPR was about 4 weeks out on the schedule (give or take) depending on weather and snags which as I said we called in April so we weren't all that surprised. In the end PPR started the work roughly mid May and we were swimming in a gorgeous new look pool by late the 1st week of June. We've worked with contractors in the past and all things considered this was a successful renovation experience!! Around the 4th of July we decided to have them replace the equipment and measure for a custom cover as well. The equipment was installed right away, their plumber's Brian and Vince were excellent and showed me how things worked when they were finished the installation. In early October we had PPR winterize the pool and close it up for the season. Overall PPR delivered on all the work that we had talked about in April with Dan and as a businessman, contractor, and customer I have to say this experience was well worth the money! We will have PPR open and close our pool in 2014 as well. If you're thinking of updating your pool give PPR a call and ask for their salesman Dan, he'll take good care of you!
    - Edward K.
  • B
    A Champion Chimney & Masonry
    The work went well once we got the ball rolling.  There was some initial mis-communication because I have two chimneys and received a quote for work on both at the same time.  When I informed them that I could not afford and needed to split up the work to be done now and in the fall I was told that the price was only valid to do both at the same time which seemed odd to me. 
    In the end they honored the price and I am waiting on the cleaning that was part of my package in the fall as well.
    - Carolyn K.
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