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  • F
    LLN Sealcoating & Property Maintenance LLC
    - Joseph M G.
  • F
    Frank Summerill
    The paving went fine however it was rather difficult to get a hold of Mr Summerill at times and he did not return calls.  there were two issues stemming from my experience with this provider.  First and foremost, I referred a friend to Summerill immediately after the work was completed.  The friend made a deposit of $2k at the request of Frank Summerill.  Summerill kept the deposit and then proceeded to not complete the work, telling my friend for months "I'm having trouble, I'll get to you" and similar statements but never did and refused to send the deposit back when requested.  It is now roughly 3 years later and I have observed Summerill in a brand new pickup truck multiple times around town so he is still clearly in business but never bothered to return my friend's deposit or complete the job.  
    The second issue was the mess the workers left behind leaving concrete forms and trash all over my property.  I had to call Summerill multiple times to come pick up the concrete forms (I picked up the trash) left behind and on more than one occasion he promised they would come and they did not which made me continue to call until he did come to get them.  He basically made me harrass him to get him to do it.  My friend gave up calling after a long while because it became obvious that Summerill intended to keep the $2,000 and not do the work and he simply wanted to just move on sadly.  I would not by any stretch recommend dealing with this provider.
    - Harry M.
  • A
    Masonry Inc
    Although on the younger side when compared to other contractors that submitted bids, Chris was more professional and timely in his responses - many times responding to an email within 30 minutes regardless of the time of day it was sent (we told him straight up that we ask a lot of questions). 
    With the work, which I considered to be a pretty good size job, I interviewed 6 people.  3 didn't even bother responding or following up even after I sent them a note asking if they would be sending in a bid.  Of those 6, when I asked about their thoughts on expansion joints, joint set up etc., in the concrete, 5 of them said "we'll put them wherever you want them".  My response was "that is why I'm asking you.  You should know."  Chris was the ONLY one who immediately responded with what the Codes and Standards were for joint placement.
    Chris was on site each day to oversee the job and personally did the stamped concrete himself.  His crew cleaned up nicely at the end of each day.   
    I recently had my garage converted to living space and the contractor put up a brick facade where the garage door was previously.  After Chris' crew ripped out the old asphalt driveway, he showed us how the brick facade was installed incorrectly.  The prior contractor built the facade right on top of the crushed stone and 2" asphalt.  Chris indicated that code and best practice was for brick to be laid on a more solid structure such as concrete or cinder blocks.  Before the driveway was poured, he had his guys dig out the old asphalt underneath the facade and they poured concrete beneath it to stabilize the facade.  And he didn't charge me for it.
    In summary - professional, went above and beyond expectations, didn't leave a mess, and was reasonably priced.  He is my first call for any future concrete/masonry needs.  100% recommend. 

    - andrew m.
  • F
    Frank Summerill
    Just a terrible experience. Very attentive at first with a reasonable estimate. But then one delay after another, one excuse after another. Then more work (and more money) was needed. Then it took almost a whole year to get the "free" seal coating done. Then when part of the driveway sunk he said it wasn't his fault. Little did he know I had a Pen Dot inspector look at it. Bottom line, lousy prep work. More money, more time and more excuses later He redid half the driveway to get rid of "Lake Summerill". I was so sick of calling him and listening to his lies. This driveway will never last. Do not call this man.
    - Roberta S.
  • A
    R H Boyer & Sons
    Contractor was very professional and very polite.  I called as to driveway repairs.
    He set an appointment convent to me.  Arrived at my home on time.  Spoke to me as
     to my needs.  Took measurements.  Confirmed my email address.  Advised I would receive
    an estimate in a few days.  I in fact received the estimate as he described.  We however decided
    to go in a different direction.  However, based on my contact with the contractor I would recommend
    him to everyone...
    - David M.
  • D
    JS Contractors & Builders
    John Succi (JS Contractors & Builders)  ripped out my old paved driveway on Caley Road King of Prussia.   He left the driveway torn up for days and did nothing to provide safety barricades around the ten inch deep dug up sidewalk and driveway.   I put up several saw horses and yellow barricade tape around the perimeter because we have many bikers and joggers using the sidewalks on Caley Road.   I also rigged a spotlight to illuminate the torn up sidewalk because many neighbors walk their dogs at night.  I found that John Succi and his workers were careless and irresponsible when it came to safety on the job.  When John Succi completed the job his workers took my saw horses.  I asked John to return the horses and then he said that the horses were dumped at trash site with other trash and he could not find them.  Futhermore, he did not remove large rocks and  blacktop pieces he deposited on my lawn and neighbors lawn during excavation.  I spent  several days cleaning up the work area after the job was completed. 
    John Succi was not going to lay crushed stone before pouring the cement for the driveway.  A local township inspector (also a neighbor) reminded John Succi that crushed stone should be layed before pouring cement.  (The township does not inspect driveways for proper installation and the local inspector did me a favor by reminding the contractor that crushed stone was needed.)  At the end of the cement pour John asked for an additional $150.00 to add a driveway sealer within 30 days.   I paid him extra for the sealer, but John never returned to seal the driveway.  I filed  a lawsuit against JS Contractors and John Sussi (CEO) and won a judgement.  He still has not paid what the court assessed him for in the judgement.   The case was filed 12-28-2012.    I classify John Succi as a scammer contractor who will short change his clients whenever he gets a chance.  And, if John Succi  is reading this review he can note that if I don't receive payment for the judgement by 15 JULY 2013 THAT HE WILL SEE THE LOCAL SHERIFF COME  KNOCKING AT HIS DOOR TO COLLECT.   THIS FURTHER ACTION WILL ADD ANOTHER $200 TO THE JUDGEMENT COSTS.  
    - Neil F.
  • D
    JS Contractors & Builders
    John Succi tore up our driveway about 8/8/12 and then said that he needed to replace our garage floor because of the slope of the floor and repair cracks in the garage and the basement wall.  Reluctantly we agreed, and paid more money.  He disappeared for weeks.  Every time we turned around it seemed like he needed to do something more and wanted more money.  Once he received the money he would disappear.
    When talking to John he was always pleasant and he made many promises.  He gave us many excuses for the delays, the weather is backing things up, he needs to focus on one site at a time, concrete suppliers were backed up etc.  We had two weeks of clear weather and he told us that he needed to finish other jobs first.  When it rained he told us our driveway was water logged.  He told us that he needed to finished all the current jobs before starting any other jobs and we drive down our street to see him digging up another driveway.
    Finally, on 10/27/12 final driveway poured was completed just in time for the "Franken-storm" (Sandy).  John didn't have the money for the concrete delivery so we ended up paying for the deliveries out of the outstanding balance, our second payment back in August was for the concrete.
    The driveway held up to the storm with puddles all over the first pour that was supposed to be slopped to the new drain..  However, there was still work to be done.  After waiting two more weeks for John to finish our house, we hired someone else to finish the work and we paid this person the balance of the money.  We are now waiting for John to remove his stuff.
    The good:
    The garage and driveway look nice.
    Our cars can park at a diagonal so we do not have to shuffle cars.
    Our garage is level
    The workers were great but there were completely new faces all the time and John was rarely around to direct them what to do.
    The bad:
    The aluminum trim around the garage door was damaged (it was new trim, about 1.5 years old)
    The new vinyl siding (1.5 years old) was damaged.
    The garage has holes in the walls where the equipment bumped into it.
    We are paying for the repairs out of our pockets, about $400.
    The apron was only 15' x 2' (instead of 20' x 6').
    The five sidewalk squares were put at the driveway instead of where they were supposed to be poured.
    The driveway is not sloped properly, so water puddles on the driveway.
    Our house was a mess for over two months
    We had to put things from our garage into storage for two months, when it was supposed to be two weeks.
    Cars were parked in the street for over two months.  It was tough during the Franken-storm  (Sandy)
     because we could not park on our street. and walking across the yard for over two months wasn't easy.
    The crack in the garage was not competed.
    The forms were not removed.
    We are a block from a grade school and children had to walk in the street  around the torn up new apron section for a month or so.
    John's contracts were poorly written, especially the addendums and his copies were conveniently truncated, but I had good copies which he ignored.
    John was impossible to contact.  His voice mail was full so I ended up calling repeatedly until he finally answered.
    - Thomas W.
  • A
    Al promptly returned my phone call, gave me an estimate that day, and did the work the following day. The driveway looks great. I was pleased with his promptness and his work.
    - kathleen v.
  • A
    TMC Concrete & Paving LLC
    He did a great job. They did exactly what I asked them and did it quickly.
    - Jeffrey B.
  • B
    - Thomas F.
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