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By: granburyhomeowner
Davalos Stone Masonry
This is a great company run by the Davalos brothers...they bent over backwards to handle my patio expansion and did a great job! The job was always overseen by one of the Davalos brothers. They always did what they said they would do. They stood behind their promises and workmanship and my patio looks great! They came back quickly to correct a minor issue after they had been fully paid too. The only downside was that they brought in a sprinkler system company called Landscape Creations run by Jeff Stroope. This person failed to oversee his crew properly. He failed to handle cutting off and rerouting/reconnecting the sprinkler system properly. He failed to reconnect the city water line after the patio expansion project was complete. He refused to answer phone calls. He cursed out my husband when he managed to get through. We had to pay someone else to clean out lines, valves, and reconnect the city water line. Dont use this sub-contractor and you will be very happy with Davalos Stone Masonry!
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