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  • Eddie did an excellent job. If you need concrete work, look no further. I’m not one to recommend anyone but Eddie is a gem. Reasonably priced, very communicative, great work, on time I wish he did more than concrete as this is the kind of trades people I wish I could find. If I could give him more than an A rating I would. Big or small project, he makes you feel important and takes great care of you. I will certainly be using him for all my concrete needs.
    - Michael B.
  • Mark went over and above what I could’ve asked for. He was tuned in to my need, aware of my time and financial constraints, and gave me the best service and best deal possible. I would recommend architectural concrete to all my neighbors because it was a great experience.
    - Rodeen P.
  • ATA Contracting (The owner's name is TV) was great to work with. . They were very professional, conscientious, courteous and respectful of our home and property. I have been in the construction business since 1971 (14 years as a construction superintendent and 32 years as a building inspector). I’ve worked with many cement finishers during those 46 years and TV and his crew are among the best. The new driveway is great. The courtesy extended to my wife was superb. She is very happy. As they say;" Happy wife, Happy life". Thank you TV!
    - Bernard M.
  • Tony was super responsive right off the bat after I left a message about our situation. He was very honest, saying that our small project would cost us much more since the job was, in fact, so small. He came by when he was in the area to actually take a look at our issue. Again, he was honest in telling us that adding concrete to the whole side of the garage if we were not going to use it was a waste of money. He, instead, said that he could just replace the original slab (that was probably 20+ years old, but we don't know for sure), and pour the concrete properly. He also said that he would anchor it to the garage foundation, close the gap between it and the driveway, stabilize and level it to the driveway/garage, and increase the overall size of the platform. He gave me an estimate before he left that day; he called me about 5 minutes after he drove off to tell me that he would tie our small, concrete job into another job he had a few miles down the road. This meant that it would subtract $600 from the original estimate, AND he would be able to do it the following week (which was before the rainy season began). He had his crew scheduled for 2 days the following week: one day to remove the old slab and set the scaffolding, the next day to pour the concrete. The job probably took a total of 4 hours to complete, over both days, and it went very smoothly (from my perspective). Tony did not require payment until after the job was complete, and a crew member came by to pick up my payment by check the following day. We actually feel safe going out our side door, which is great! And we can now turn the hose on without almost falling down the hillside; and we also don't have to worry about our garbage cans rolling down the hill and crashing into our neighbors' basement windows. Working with Tony was a very pleasant experience; I appreciated his responsiveness and up-front communication...which you definitely do not get from many contractors or home vendors. I do think that I could have saved money by looking elsewhere, but with the efficiency of the job done, them being willing to tie our project into another local job, and the timing of getting the job completed the following week, we are super satisfied and so glad we were able to make this work with Tony at AAA Solid Concrete Construction Inc.
    - Kaylyn K.
  • Absolutely terrific. They were very punctual, polite, they asked great questions and they were very reasonably priced for the work we needed done. They designed a change for one part of a corner which we absolutely loved. Their bid came in right on when they completed. Its really nice for a change to have work estimated and that is what we paid. They also did an unprecedented level of clean up. They cleaned up a bunch of stuff that was not related to the job. They said they were going to the dump anyway and we had told them we were throwing it out anyway.
    - Thomas R.
  • They added re-bar to the foundation framing, which was not originally done (and probably why it cracked and sunk as it did), so it's better than new. Was very watchful of the weather to make sure the concrete cured correctly, which meant multiple trips during the repaving process. Clean-up was done well, too. Would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone - and will definitely use them again to replace a larger cracked area in the future. They were outstanding to work with (which we can't say about most of the people we've hired).
    - Randall B.
  • Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC. Started off professional, but in the end are not professional, do not care about customer service, do not have problem solving skills customer service wise, or professional wise with regards to my house repair issue. I even question the knowledge of the inspector. Where to begin.....they started off very professional. By setting appointment, e-mailing the confirmation, and background information on the gentleman who was to come out. I have a crack in my foundation, and a basement moisture issue. On 8-22-16 2:00 p.m., Jym Cook inspected my foundation. He told me told that i needed to piles to lift up that side and keep it stable. I was told that what we put in the crack (blackjack) wasn't good enough. It would be best to put concrete in the hole. Bottom line i needed two piles at $1,200 each and to repair crack $800. Upon further inspection, it is evident i have a water issue. My downstairs fireplace on one corner is disintegrating and that side of fireplace the water meter reads the maximum reading. According to Jym, it reads "live" water. The other side of the fireplace reads dry. The side of the fireplace that is wet is connected to a workroom, that we use as storage. Jym and i went in there and he noticed debris on the floor and said, "there is a ton of mouse poop here." We inspected the wall, and then went back to the fireplace. Then Mr. Cook came up with the most ABSURD theory about the live water- he told me " i think that the fireplace is wet because of mouse urine". Now, i found this absurd, and i gave him a tactful way out. I said, "i dont buy the mouse urine theory. 1- because i have owned mice and rats as pets, one teaspoon of mouse urine is the worst smell-i don't smell any urine! 2- to read a "live" water reading they would have to be urinating full-time, and i don't see any evidence of rodents, and once again- i don't smell urine. I would theorize that that room has an unfinished cement floor and anything we place on the floor wicks up water, so i buy that there is an issue with the floor." Instead of listening and considering what i said he doubles down on the mouse urine theory. This is an ABSURD theory! Then he proposed a french drain for $10,000, but he wanted to tear up my house walls and floors, Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC would repair walls, but not paint, and they wouldn't repair the floors, so that would mean at least another $10, 000 to repair the floors and paint walls, and whatever repair would be done to the floors would not match. I told him i could not afford that, how do people afford this? Then he listed, various ways to finance...then he did what i think is totally unprofessional. He asked me, what is my budget?" This is a repair, not a luxury remodel! The cost is the cost. I told him to bid the foundation repair, and french drain, it has 6 days and i have no bid. 3 days later, I called the office to inquire where my bid is, they said they would contact Mr. Cook. I didn't hear from him. The next day i called the office and demanded a supervisor. I was told that Perry is not available, she would call me back. I said, " i am ready to write a very harsh review on angie's list, have her call me back." I received a call waiting from Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC, so i hung up on my current call and answered with, "is this Perry?" I was told no, i asked, " are you a supervisor?" She said no. I said, "why are you calling me then? I asked for supervisor to return my call , and trust me you are not going to be able to help me." I was told a supervisor would call me back. I never received a call back from a supervisor, instead Jym Cook left me a voicemail message thurs 8-25-16 3:45 p.m. - that said he has been busy, he would work on my bid "this evening" and would e-mail it. It is now 8-27-16, and i still do not have a bid. In the meanwhile, i have had Cory Myron from Ramjack ( who i found to be honest and professional, and who i would recommend for foundation issues) come out to look at the foundation. He actually measured things, and he informed me my foundation is fine, no work needs to be done! He also assessed my crack repair and said it was fine. FYI-the room where Mr. Cook saw mouse poop has been inspected by 3 separate pest control companies. ALL SAID - I have NO EVIDENCE OF RODENTS. I do not fault him for concluding that the debris was rodent poop, i fault him for not listening to me when i said the "live" water was mouse urine-that was not a valid theory. If he wants to waterproof my basement, i need a valid theory on what the water issue is. I believe that is his job. I have no faith in his job qualifications. And, with the run around, calling the office and no supervisor ever calling me back, I have no faith in the company to back up their work. I would not do business with this company.
    - Carla C.
  • Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC. Started off professional, but in the end are not professional, do not care about customer service, do not have problem solving skills customer service wise, or professional wise with regards to my house repair issue. I even question the knowledge of the inspector. Where to begin.....they started off very professional. By setting appointment, e-mailing the confirmation, and background information on the gentleman who was to come out. I have a crack in my foundation, and a basement moisture issue. On 8-22-16 2:00 p.m., Jym Cook inspected my foundation. He told me told that i needed to piles to lift up that side and keep it stable. I was told that what we put in the crack (blackjack) wasn't good enough. It would be best to put concrete in the hole. Bottom line i needed two piles at $1,200 each and to repair crack $800. Upon further inspection, it is evident i have a water issue. My downstairs fireplace on one corner is disintegrating and that side of fireplace the water meter reads the maximum reading. According to Jym, it reads "live" water. The other side of the fireplace reads dry. The side of the fireplace that is wet is connected to a workroom, that we use as storage. Jym and i went in there and he noticed debris on the floor and said, "there is a ton of mouse poop here." We inspected the wall, and then went back to the fireplace. Then Mr. Cook came up with the most ABSURD theory about the live water- he told me " i think that the fireplace is wet because of mouse urine". Now, i found this absurd, and i gave him a tactful way out. I said, "i dont buy the mouse urine theory. 1- because i have owned mice and rats as pets, one teaspoon of mouse urine is the worst smell-i don't smell any urine! 2- to read a "live" water reading they would have to be urinating full-time, and i don't see any evidence of rodents, and once again- i don't smell urine. I would theorize that that room has an unfinished cement floor and anything we place on the floor wicks up water, so i buy that there is an issue with the floor." Instead of listening and considering what i said he doubles down on the mouse urine theory. This is an ABSURD theory! Then he proposed a french drain for $10,000, but he wanted to tear up my house walls and floors, Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC would repair walls, but not paint, and they wouldn't repair the floors, so that would mean at least another $10, 000 to repair the floors and paint walls, and whatever repair would be done to the floors would not match. I told him i could not afford that, how do people afford this? Then he listed, various ways to finance...then he did what i think is totally unprofessional. He asked me, what is my budget?" This is a repair, not a luxury remodel! The cost is the cost. I told him to bid the foundation repair, and french drain, it has 6 days and i have no bid. 3 days later, I called the office to inquire where my bid is, they said they would contact Mr. Cook. I didn't hear from him. The next day i called the office and demanded a supervisor. I was told that Perry is not available, she would call me back. I said, " i am ready to write a very harsh review on angie's list, have her call me back." I received a call waiting from Innovative Foundation Solutions LLC, so i hung up on my current call and answered with, "is this Perry?" I was told no, i asked, " are you a supervisor?" She said no. I said, "why are you calling me then? I asked for supervisor to return my call , and trust me you are not going to be able to help me." I was told a supervisor would call me back. I never received a call back from a supervisor, instead Jym Cook left me a voicemail message thurs 8-25-16 3:45 p.m. - that said he has been busy, he would work on my bid "this evening" and would e-mail it. It is now 8-27-16, and i still do not have a bid. In the meanwhile, i have had Cory Myron from Ramjack ( who i found to be honest and professional, and who i would recommend for foundation issues) come out to look at the foundation. He actually measured things, and he informed me my foundation is fine, no work needs to be done! He also assessed my crack repair and said it was fine. FYI-the room where Mr. Cook saw mouse poop has been inspected by 3 separate pest control companies. ALL SAID - I have NO EVIDENCE OF RODENTS. I do not fault him for concluding that the debris was rodent poop, i fault him for not listening to me when i said the "live" water was mouse urine-that was not a valid theory. If he wants to waterproof my basement, i need a valid theory on what the water issue is. I believe that is his job. I have no faith in his job qualifications. And, with the run around, calling the office and no supervisor ever calling me back, I have no faith in the company to back up their work. I would not do business with this company.
    - Carla C.
  • When the original wall went in, the development was new and wide open. no fence to contend with and few neighbors. A&J now had to maneuver around fences and 3 neighbors that now bordered the wall. They were able to take down the old wall and construct an entirely new wall with little to no impact on the neighbors. In fact they did a quick little repair on one neighbors rockery, and another neighbor is having do a project for their house as well. The project exceeded my expectation's , and now I am now up at night worrying that my whole back yard might slide down the hill.
    - Patrick A.
  • It was the second time we used them. I'm not very happy with them because they put down some wood 2x4s before they did the cement. They said they would come back the next day to remove the cement and finish the job. They still have not come back and it has been over a month and half. I called them twice asking them when they would come and both times Rockey said that one of his men would stop by soon. We prepaid and we agreed for the dollar amount on Angie's List. When he came out, he tried to charge $100 more. We persuaded him to $50 more. But we didn't pay him because we had to pay him when he comes back to take the boards out. They did a little bit of a sloppy job. I asked them if they could come back and put a small amount of cement where they missed a spot and they said, "No." The first time, we had cement pavers put in our backyard. They demolished the old cement ground and then we had cement pavers put in. They did a fine job. But they really tore apart our lawn and we had to ask them to come back and reseed it. They didn't reseed well. So we had to pay another person to help us reseed it. When we asked them if it was normal to have our lawn torn up so much, they just said, "Yes. That's normal. That's just part of the job."
    - Kaarin G.
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