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02/03/2017
By: Jay J.
Todd Davis Concrete Inc
Todd brought out his team and Poncho and the guys were downright excellent in every way. At every corner, at every minute, they were quick to point out ways to make things the best. I'm so glad that I hired them. I'm so glad they had time to do my project. It may have been a small project for them, but for me and my family, there has never been a larger project or a better outcome. Thank you!
01/23/2017
By: Brian S.
Todd Davis Concrete Inc
Got there when they said they would and finished the job as promised. Great job and looks better than even we could have imagined. Need a concrete guy, Todd's your man!
01/20/2017
By: Beau B.
Todd Davis Concrete Inc
Todd cut up, regraded, and repoured the slab in my basement. He and his crew did excellent work and were great to work with. Todd set expectations and delivered on everything on time. He did some excavating, soil moving, and regrading in my yard as well. Everything turned out exactly as we discussed. When we redo our driveway and retaining wall, I'll be calling Todd.
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01/18/2017
By: Michael P.
Todd Davis Concrete Inc
Todd Davis is a top rate concrete contractor and also does very nice precision excavation work. He helped us with some creek crossings at my ranch and they look incredible and are protecting the stream from further erosion where the cattle cross.
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