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  • A
    Marshall & Son Paving
    Great! The driveway looks beautiful. Mr. Marshall and his crew did excellent work. They showed up on schedule and got the job completed as planned. The price charged was less than another local paving company, for the same job. Mr. Marshall is a very honest, fair, and patient person, easy to deal with. I highly recommend this company to anyone seeking a paving company.
    - Sharon G.
  • A
    Cooper Garage Doors
    After going through the phone book looking for a company to repair my garage door, I called Cooper Garage Doors. First, I contacted 11 other companies who either did not answer the phone or who said it would be 5 to 7 days week before they could come out. I had two cars in the garage and could not open the door. Cooper's assured me they could come out today and were at my home within 4 hours. They completed the work in 30 minutes at a very reasonable price. They are rated A+ by the BBB and I recommend them highly.
    - Evylou T.
  • A
    Hutzel Construction
    I had nothing but a wonderful experience with Hutzel. Everyone, from the demo crew to our project manager, Kim, were so very supportive and professional. Renovating a home is stressful, but knowing I had such a fantastic team behind me was assuring. Any issues���-they were minor and few���-were immediately addressed and rectified. We came to Hutzel after being burned by another contractor. We were made to feel encouraged that we were now in the right hands and love the work and expertise that was poured into our home. My family and I cannot thank Hutzel, and especially Kim, enough. Sad to say that customer service is lacking these days, but for Hutzel Construction, it was the cornerstone of a fruitful partnership.
    - Julie H.
  • A
    Double R Fencing LLC
    Great. Robert and his crew exceeded our expectations. Big job, 3 man crew worked 4.5 days. My wife said this was the first contractor we have had that started and finished with no problems. And quality of work was great. Didn't have to get anyone back to "finish" up those last details like one offer does. Saw their ratings on Angie list as why I called them.
    - David T.
  • F
    Wigginton Concrete & Enterprise
    Did not go well. Work was to be started in November, 2015, but weather stopped progress until early summer. When work finally started, it was stop and start until it completely stopped. I believe that Wigginton ran out of money and couldn't pay for the concrete to pour my slab. I paid $ 8,000.00 up front that would more than paid for labor and material to finish the building slab, with the rest going for removing and replacing existing driveway. I have tried numerous times to contact the contractor, leaving a voice mail each time. This happened once before. with Wigginton making an excuse for bad health and personal problems. I was sympathetic to the man, but it's not my problem. I need my building and driveway completed, or part of my money returned so I can find another contractor to finish the work. Thanks for any help with this major problem.
    - Larry F.
  • A
    Parker's Workshop
    Mr. Parker was one of several companies I called about getting a quote. He responded to my request within 24 hours, and had scheduled an onsite visit within a few days. In discussing the project with him it was apparent that he was qualified, and had a number of good suggestions to help make the improvements better. He provided a verbal bid the next day, and a written bid within several days. I received a wide range of bids from several contractors, and Mr. Parker's bid was one of the most affordable. I decided to go with his company because he was always responsive, and willing to help. We scheduled a start date, and the employees showed up on time, and completed the job within the timeframe discussed. They did a good job, kept the worksite clean, and was easy to work with. I will call Mr. Parker first when we need more work at our house.
    - KEITH B.
  • A
    Stevens Construction Co
    I had called Mr. Stevens on very short notice to finish a project I had started on. He fit me in and kept me informed of when he could be here, answered phone calls and e-mails! He was so nice and professional, and did a superb job!
    - shannon s.
  • A
    Storey Concrete Company
    I contacted Storey Concrete Co. for an estimate to construct a new driveway.
    Chris arrived on time, was friendly and courteous. We discussed the weight of the motorhome (28000 lbs) and the positioning of the driveway into the back yard.
    Within 2 days Chris provided an estimate and recommended a crushed rock bed with a 6? thick drive.
    We ran into a problem scheduling the project because of the constant rain but Chris kept me informed by e-mail and phone calls.
    The Storey Concrete crew was courteous, friendly and hard working.
    What I was impressed with most is how clean the work site was when the project was complete. They had even laid sod up to the edge of the
    full length of the driveway.
    I would highly recommend Storey Concrete Co.    
    - Charlie T.
  • D
    Worton Asphalt
    Mr. Worton was recommended by an old friend, now deceased.  I contracted with him last May to pave my driveway.  There was an added garage to my property, so he laid asphalt over my old driveway and up to the concrete slab of the new garage.  There is a drain problem near my old garage and I specifically told him that the asphalt must slope down from the garage to drain properly.  The workers worked quite fast and did not appear to consider fine work around the edges, in other words they were good with large equipment, the required areas got covered alright, but they did not tamp edges well, consequently, there were some cracks around the perimeter of the asphalt.  The workers used a large steamroller where the extended concrete slab of the new garage met the new asphalt.  The roller cracked the concrete slab in a few places.  I let it go and waited for the next rain to check the drainage. After a rain shower I noticed the workers did not slope the asphalt down from the old garage threshold as I ordered, consequently water got inside my garage.  I also noticed the surface of the asphalt was pretty rough in a lot of places.  It looked OK for a strip mall parking lot, but had poor aestheticism for a residence.  I figured maybe when Mr. Worton seals the asphalt it will look better.  I expressed my concern about the drainage and Mr. Worton said don't worry we will come back and fix it until it is right.  I had him come back on a rainy day and he saw how the water pooled near the threshold of the garage.  I suggested that at this point it would be easiest to just install a berm of asphalt along the threshold and he agreed.  The workers came back and installed the berm, it looked like a speed bump.  However, through the Summer, heavy rains would still get in my garage.  I called Mr. Worton and told him we will have to do better.  I suggested in the Fall, when he seals the asphalt, that he "install" a swale to help with the rain runoff in front of the garage.  He agreed to do this.  Before his workers started on this project, I outlined how I wanted the project to go with Mr. Worton, I used a chalk line to mark a trapezoid swale, parallel to the garage, to carry the water away to the lawn area near the garage.  He said no problem, then left, as before for his workers to do the job.  This behavior of being all agreeable before the job, then leaving his workers to do it, and not coming back after the job was a problem.  In this case, I expected the workers to cut out the area of asphalt I had marked, in order to bring down the level of the asphalt to carry off the rain water.  The workers apparently decided that was too much work and instead decided to use a propane torch to heat up the asphalt in the swale area and scrape it off with a shovel to lower the grade.  It was a long, slow process, that eventually used up all his propane and I had to go procure more propane to finish the "job"   As it turned out, the "swale" they produced, was a third the size of the one I had marked out and looked very unprofessional with a rough texture.  And, as I suspected,  a later rain shower proved that it was inadequate.  I had the workers add to the berm's height as I figured their job would not work and I was getting tired of arguing with them.  Then they "sealed" the whole job.  This consisted of spraying the asphalt with a large wand, again, on a large scale it works, but in the corners and along the edges there was no finesse.  Done without masking, there was a lot of overspray including the walls of my garage, again, not professional.  They could have sprayed short of the edges and used a brush to finish, but that would have required more work and I got the impression this outfit did the minimum.  The amount of sealer they used also seemed very minimal.  I had hoped that using the proper amount would help cover the rough appearance of the asphalt surface but that did not happen.  I compared they appearance of my new driveway with my neighbor's older asphalt drive, and his looks much better, with a smooth finish.  Mine looks OK if it was a roadway in Memphis getting a new surface, but a driveway?  No way.  My guess is he uses a cheap mix with large gravel that leaves a rough appearance, he hasn't been back here to explain.
    I complained to Mr. Worton the day after, he said he can't make it this week, maybe next.  And that set the tone for the 3 months.  I called him on a regular basis to have him address the problems, come out and look, but he always had an excuse, from vacation to sickness, to it being too cold outside to come over.  I gave him plenty of time to fix it, but finally I have given up and resorted to writing this note, so others can avoid problems.  I am left with a mediocre driveway, a huge speed bump to drive over to get in my garage and water still comes in during heavy rains, a fairly common occurrence in Memphis.  Don't bother to use this contractor.
    - MARK S.
  • F
    Advanced Garage Door
    Please cancel this service and reund my money - $111 Garage Door Tune-Up and Roller Replacement Advanced Garage Door  -962886-1. They were supposed to contact me within two days, "no later than 11/8." I have yet to hear from them.
    I was required to provide an "Approximate date of service (or last contact." No service was performed and no contact was made.
    - R Michael M.
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