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  • A
    Absolute Asphalt
    Contacted Absolute Asphalt back in December 2018 as we neared completion of the construction of our new home. We got quotes from three contractors. Absolute was $2k less than one quote and $9k cheaper than the other. We had a pretty good size area we wanted paved at almost 5,000 sq/ft. With the abundance of positive reviews for Absolute Asphalt and a price far better than others, we committed and scheduled to have the driveway installed. Second wettest year on record didn't help with scheduling. Jay Wood kept in touch and made several trips to our Matoaca home to evaluate the conditions. Towards the end of April, things dried out and we had a firm date. They showed up on time with a crew of 10 workers. The owner, Brian Rodill, was onsite and engaged during the entire install. Four hours of non-stop work, my driveway was done. After several rains since, there is almost no standing water. The driveway looks absolutely wonderful. So nice to spend this much money and be totally satisfied.
    - John P.
  • A
    Able Asphalt Services
    Pete showed up on time for the estimate. We discussed several options and landed on one that fit my budget. They came back quickly and got the job done in one day. Very professional and friendly. I will use them again!! If you need a driveway installed, repaired, or upgraded, this is the company to select!
    - Tracy S.
  • F
    Mark Morrison Paving
    No call or no show. I contacted Mark Morrison for a quote on installing an asphalt driveway. Spoke to the receptionist that advised me that Mark will give me a call to schedule with 24 hours. Mark called me within 30 mins to schedule a quote. Mark said that he would stop by the next day to look at the property and send me a quote by text. I never received a text so I contacted him two days to see if he had a chance to stopped by. He stated to me that he did not get a chance to come by because he was on another job and someone was having an estate sale, and that he could not get out. He stated that he would stop by that evening to give me a quote. He said thet he will send the quote by email. He asked me to text him the address because he was not in his truck at time, which I did. I was home all day, and Mark or anyone from his company showed up to do the quote. Never received a phone call, text, or email from them. I will be contacting and hiring a different company.
    - Vanessa T.
  • A
    Total Efficiency LLC
    I was referred to Brian through a friend, and I am so glad I called him. He was able to replace my sidewalk for the time and price some companies would have done for just the repair. I love my new sidewalk especially with this snow.
    - V B.
  • A
    Detail Cleaning LLC
    Her first visit went extremely well. She was punctual. She was communicative. She's a very hard worker. She moves quickly and is very detailed. Very reasonably priced. Licensed, bonded, insured. Polite. Absolutely wonderful having her help me.
    - Tonya M.
  • A
    Good Neighbor Fence Inc

    The provider was on time and arrived on the day they said they would come.  We have a very large back yard so it took them about a week to finish the job.  We live on a corner so we asked them to put the vinyl fence up before they took the wood fence down.  We have a sunroom in the back of the house and did not want the traffic that comes through to be able to see in that room at night.  We were told they had to take the wood fence down since it was going to fall in the direction of the new vinyl fence.  This turned out to be okay since the workers got the wood fence up on that side the same day. 


    We had to have several trees cut down before they put the fence in.  The person that cut the trees down was supposed to grind the tree stumps but did not go down far enough.  This made the fence uneven on that side because of the tree stumps not being fully removed properly.  I asked the fence installers to remove part of the fence to allow the tree stump remover to come back and remove the stump so that fence would be even.  They did remove one part of the fence.  They did tell me they did not want to remove the fence post.  I told them I would be willing to pay for new fence post if I had to.  Fortunately the stump remover was able to remove the stump without having to move the fence post they put in.  

    I asked for a 12 x 12 gate that we later found out had to be custom made.  Bob, the salesman let me know that he did not expect the gate to be custom made, but he made good on the contract. 

    Once the fence was done we realized that we needed an extra bar for the other gate to hold it in place when we drive through.  We had a bar that held one side but there was not a bar on the other side.  I called Bob and requested a bar be placed on the other gate.  Bob came to look it over and agreed to order a bar.  To my surprise the order came in within a week.  The owner Shane and another gentlemen came to put the bar in.  Shane also bought with him two heavy duty  bars to go across the gate to add stability since the gate was so large.  

    I am pleased with the work and am pleased with the response to the requests that I made.  If I had anything to be concerned about was the attitude of the crew that put the fence up.  It seems that the lead installer had a no so friendly attitude.  At one point I was going to kick him out of my yard but thought better of it.  My husband came home and talked to him and it seemed to get better.  I believe the owners are accustomed to his attitude and responded with that is just the way he is.  Just over look him.  I just did not think he had a very professional attitude and should be trained on customer service and satisfaction.  It was a rocky beginning but it got better and he did do a great job. 


    - Pat C.
  • C
    Commonwealth Renovations
    Where do I begin?  Let's start by stating ""when you hire a so-called "Professional", you should expect a professional job"".   Now, I'm not a perfectionest, don't think I have OCD, and with 21+ years working for the Gov. the phrase "close enough for government work" (meaning not perfect but good enough) is OK with me.  Also, afterwriting  numerous trip reports, I got into the habit of keeping detail notes when I hire someone to do a job (comes in handy for times like this).  Also, the pictures I took were made on the afternoon of June 17th after the workers were done and everyone had left.
        This started in April '14, when I requested a quote for a "Roofing" job.  J.B. Sipe gave me a proposal and then he talked about replacing my sidewalk.  He told me he could give me a deal on stamped, colored concrete for $1200 if he did the roof or $1500 without the roof.  I thought about the offer and we negotiated a price to $1400 for the job.  I signed the contract on May 28 '14,  to bust up and take away the old sidewalk and replace with at least 4 inches of concrete, stamped with a pattern I choose from their webpage, and up to two colors from their color chart. The wife chose a creamy beige with charcol streaks that was like the example on their website ( pic 1).    Around the 5th of June, his foreman came by and we matched the color from our downspout (pic 2) to his color chart .  Up to this time verything was going fine but, scheduling became a problem.  We finally agreed to Monday, June 16 at 9:00 AM, to do the job.  I was told it would take 1 day to bust up, haul away, lay new sidewalk, stamp and seal, cure overnight, and pressure wash the next day.  No problem - let's do it.
       Now the problems.  The 16th, Monday morning, I waited until 9:30am and called Mr. Sipes and left message asking "Where are the workers?".  I called again at 10:am and left another message saying his lack of communication leads me to assume that if he doesn't want the $1400 sidewalk job he doesn't get the $10,000 roof job.  He called back at 10:10 and said the workers were on the way and that he had to pull them from another job..  About 11:30am, Alberto (the forman) and onother worker showed up.  They parked a big dumpster in the driveway, dropped off 2 five gallon buckets , talked together (in spanish) about the job, said the cement truck was set to arrive at 4:30pm, they would be back soon, and left.
      At 1:33pm, some workers (3-4) showed up and started busting up the sidewalk with a sledge hammer and loading the chuncks on the dumpster.
      At apx. 7:00pm, the cement truck arrived and they started mixing and spreading the cement.  They asked me, before they started, where they could wash off their equipment when they finished.  I should them a back faucet. They were already using the front-middle faucet but they didn't want to get cement on the grass (nice of them). 
      At apx. 8:30pm, they started cleaning up, said they would be back in the morning to pressure wash ( told me not to walk on the sidewalk),  they took away the dumbster and left  (they didn't put any tape or barrier around the sidewalk).  My wife mentioned the sidewalk looked darker than we agreed, but it was night and I said we should wait until they finished.  They left around 9pm
       At apx. 8:00am, the 17th, we heard a loud noise outside.  They wre measuring the width and using a circular saw to trim the edges of the walkway.  They started spray wahsing until apx. 8:45am when the city water was cut off to change the neighborhood water meters for about an hour.
      At 11:30am, I noticed they had finished and everyone was gone and I saw the sidewalk was too dark (pic 3).  I called Mr. Sipes and was told he and Alberto couldn't cpme by until 6pm.
      At 6:03pm. only Alberto came by (he didn't know whereabouts of Mr Sipes).  I showed him what they had left and what they had done.  He appologized and helped me try to wand wash the greyish powder (pic 4) on my asphalt driveway (doesn't show when wet but comes back when it's dry).  He cleaned up some of the items they left in the grass, took the 2 five gallon buckets they left behind, said he would help me pressure wash the driveway if I wanted, and left.
      On Thursday morning, I left messages with Mr. Sipes and after no response, I called Angie's List customer servise.  I told them of my concerns (Commonwealth Renovations advertizes there).  They looked and found a 10% off concrete jobs coupon I was not aware of and said sould be good for this job  (sort of hidden - you have to click on see all deals and read the fine print on the coupon).  When Mr. Sipes finally called, he said he was comming to pick up the check for thecompleted job.  I informed him of the coupon and how I had re-written the check for $1260.   When he said he had already given me a discount,  I told him our negotiations had nothing to do with the Angie's List coupon and then he called me a "Piece of work"  (I guess that's an insult in his circle).  When Mr. Sipes came for the check he told me "I had picked that color, that I would have problems with anybody, and he didn't want to do my roof".  I gave him the contract, coupon, and the check and told him to "have a nice day somewhere else", walked into my garage and closed the door to cool down.
        To finally sum up.   I have been trying to write this review off and on since Saturday the 21st  (I would get angry and stop).  Since then, the wife and I, have pressure washed the driveway and sidewalk.  We also had to dig out the gravel, put the pavers back, and  buy 5 bags ot topsoil the fill in the gaps between the grass and walkway.  I will still need to re-seal the driveway earlier than I planed (did last fall - due next spring).  As a final note, after pressure washing the sidewalk, it's a tiny bit brighter but, no way near what we ask for.  My wife tells me to "let it go - it's not worth the agrevation".  I agree - life's too short.
      As to Commonwealth Renovations and Mr. J.B.Sipes;  I'm sure they will have their own different version  (but, I have a great security system and VIDEO).  All I will say to them is " Peace be with you but, DON'T come near my house -  EVER".
    - David M.
  • A
    Adiches Concrete & Construction LLC
    The owner Tyrone met with me on a Saturday evening to look at my driveway and provide an estimate. From the first moment he was professional and personable. He listened intently on my ideas and made appropriate suggestions based on his experience which provided a lot of good insight. I explained the water drainage issue since my house is on a hill and he took all that into consideration for the design. When using the measurement wheel my 2 yr old was fascinated and he was actually having the little one measure with him! They walked the entire area together and then the little one took off on his own. Tyrone was very gracious about this. Anyone with a little one underfoot will understand! The estimate was done, contract provided and Tyrone showed up exactly when he said he would to start which was approximately 2 days later. The job was complete in 1 day and when I arrived home, I was extremely pleased. The driveway is beautiful and he went above and beyond of what I expected! I immediately noticed that on the front corner drain spout, he attached a black drainage tube and ran it under the asphalt to the backyard. I didn't ask for that but in his expertise, saw that it would be an issue and took care of it. A few days later we had very heavy rains and I watched the drainage issue carefully. He did exactly what he said- all the run off from the driveway was taken away from the house which was a huge concern. It looks beautiful, extremely well done and functional. I would certainly recommend this company time and time again. Actually my neighbor recommended him and had his driveway done the day before mine and his was well done as well.
    - Jennifer P.
  • A
    MidWest Molding & Garage Door Co Inc
    I contacted John from Virginia to install a garage door opener for my sister in St. Louis Park for her birthday. She lives in an apartment complex, so I didn't realize that there was no wiring there. John's first visit was a waste of his time, but he was so patient and professional, the installation and product are wonderful, and my sister loves her new garage door opener!
    - Linda E.
  • C
    Pro-Seal
    I phoned Pro-Seal on 11/10/10 and left a message that I wanted an estimate for repair to my asphalt driveway. On 11/11 Jason of Pro-Seal phoned me and stated that he would visit my home on the afternoon of 11/12 and would call before coming. When I had not seen nor heard from him by 2:15 p.m. on 11/12, I called Pro-Seal and left a message. No one from Pro-Seal came nor called me.
    - Mike M.
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