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By: Mark L.
Solid Concrete Surroundings
In 2007 I hired Southern Premier Concrete Services to install a retaining wall around my mobile home on James Island. I mentioned to Gregory Frye and crew that they should dig into the ground because the concrete will settle over time. They said don't worry, and now I have cracks everywhere. Why is this guy still in business?
By: jobarsaleau
Solid Concrete Surroundings
Stay away from this company. I won a judgement against them and they still did not pay up. I gave them multiple opportunities to correct or make right the job, but they refused and even threatened me. So we went to court. The company changes names constantly. The job was a nightmare and not done IAW contract. From delays, unanswered phone calls and emails, skimping on measurements, unexplained changes without consulting me, to refusing to do what the contract said would be done. To top it off, still asking for money after the job was not completed and after receiving more than originally scheduled. Even tried putting a lien on my home. BEWARE!!
By: jobarsaleau
New Sun Concrete
Stay away from this company. I won a judgement against them and they never paid. They violated the contract and did not do the work to specs. I gave them many opportunities to correct or make right before going to court. They refused and even threatened me. I had cracks within 2 weeks; let alone the delays, excuses and outright lies about work being done.
By: concerndconsumer
Solid Concrete Surroundings
I agree with the one stars, this company is a scam and will burn you faster than you think. None of the refferences he provided ever returned my calls. Brandon stated he would be there on a tuesday, fail to show up, then show up unannounced the next day and expect to work. Being a forgiving person( never do that again) I allowed them to work. They worked one hour and never showed back up. They took half of the money and refused to give any back. If you really want to see how this company doing, look at the law suits. Go to under the "get information" go to "courts", then to"public case search" then "summary court" hit "accept" then type his name. I'm not the only one trying to get my money back. This company is a joke and he should be held accountable for all the problems he's caused.
By: yp-review1
Solid Concrete Surroundings
Mr Frye is a Unlicensed crook. He has had many other company's "Concrete Masters, Tri city concrete" He has run off with alot of peoples money. He has changed his first name and his company name to scam other people. If you look on Angies list it states the owner is Brandon Frye. If you look at Concrete Masters Ripoff the name is Gregory Frye. I know you are the same person QUIT RIPPING PEOPLE OFF....
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