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08/29/2017
By: M P.
Avila's Concrete
Absolute professionals in every sense of the word! Juan and crew took care of my property as if it was their own. The pride and craftsmanship in the work they performed was truly refreshing, and took a huge load off my plate. I highly recommend Avila's Concrete to anyone that is looking for a company they can count on for great communication, follow up, and most of all - a job well done.
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04/29/2017
By: Radu C.
Concrete Masters
not only are they unprofessional but they were about to hit a pedestrian correctly crossing the street...
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11/23/2015
By: Brenda B.
Little Texas Concrete & Asphalt
I DO NOT recommend this business. They do shoddy work, promise to take care of it then never show up. The work was done in June, 2015 and by August our two driveways were falling apart. I've been calling & texting since August trying to get the repairs done and they either say they're coming on a certain day at a certain time and never show up, or they disregard all messages. They do not back up their work. I highly advise not using them...you get what you pay for with them!
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06/09/2015
By: Clint B.
Advanced Cement Specialties
I would give a negative rating if I could. This company does decent work at best. After missing several start dates, the stain was finally done. Then it took me several calls and emails to get them out to do the sealant. After a problem came up, they would not stand behind thier written quote. They wanted me to pay for additional materials and labor to have them come back and finish the job correctly. If you are not an expert and know Exactly every detail of what could go wrong, don't use this company. They are a mom and pop organization at best. And that gives them too much credit. I should have known better when they asked for a ridiculous % of the job upfront. If you hire a company for a job that is $2k or less and they can afford to carry that kind of balance until the job is finished, find another contractor. A more accurate rating would be -5
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01/22/2015
By: Juan g J.
Jimenez Concrete
Concrete Removal and replacement and tractor work by the hour.I hall materials, dump truck & skid steer loader work.Bob Cat Work, Rouge Grade, Final Grade, Trench Work.Slabs, Patios, Driveways, Stone Walls, Retaining Walls, House Additions.Culverts, Pads, Parking Lots, by sq. ft also Concrete Saw and Concrete Demolition. Also will spread it out by the hour.Road Base, Top Soil, Fill Dirt, Gravel, Sand.Also have capabilities to demolition pools. and fill dirtThe tractor work will be by the hour, minimal of 4 hours. The tractor is equipped with hydraulic hammer drill, grapple bucket, forks, and drill auger.Email or text for prices.Every Job is for an affordable price.I have 20 years of experience in the business concrete and have all the requirements.
04/23/2014
By: jillkhoward
Baggett Construction
This company did a wonderful job on our sidewalk. The job was completed in record time and at a great price!
06/04/2013
By: scottpascoli
Baggett Construction
Job well done by Baggett Construction. I would recommend them to my neighbors. -Scott
05/14/2013
By: merlelynd
Baggett Construction
Mr. Baggett was professional in every aspect of the job. He showed-up on time, had a fair bid, and finished the work to my satisfaction. He even came by a few days later to make sure I was completely satisfied. The patio looks great ! I would definitely call Baggett Construction again.
05/01/2013
By: jsgrapevine
Concrete Masters
Concrete Masters came to our house to install a masonry walkway in front and from our driveway to our back yard. Hugo and his men did a wonderful and professional job. They cleaned up when completed and left our yard looking better than when they started. He was very accommodating and pleasant to work with. The best part was his price could not be beat.I would highly recommend Concrete Masters to all my friends, or anyone looking for concrete/masonry work.
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