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10/26/2017
By: Brett H.
ArtCon, Inc.
Artcon did an incredible job re-coating my pool deck. It looks as good as new. Their staff was great to work with!
09/08/2017
By: Barbara B.
ArtCon, Inc.
Thanks for the great work restaining my driveway and paver walkway. Best in town! Staff was informative and friendly.
08/24/2017
By: Kim B.
ArtCon, Inc.
Artcon installed a paver pool deck and re-stained my patio as well as a garage coating. So happy I went with them! Their staff was efficient, easy to work with, great workmanship. I have worked with several contractors and I would recommend them to anyone.
06/28/2017
By: Michelle W.
ArtCon, Inc.
Sunny S, I believe you mush have the wrong company - we have no record of you as well as non of our employees have no idea who you are.
06/09/2017
By: Mark B.
ArtCon, Inc.
Artcon re-coated our pool and patio. We were so pleased with their work and professionalism. Staff was timely and friendly. Would recommend them to anyone. Great company!
05/12/2017
By: Bill S.
ArtCon, Inc.
This business is a top notch hardscape contractor in Las Vegas and one of the best. They have done over 100K worth of work for my businesses here in town and they should be commended for their 27-years of solid service in Las Vegas. I can tell you that Norman Colbert who left a review for them is a crook and I would never believe anything he says. He's more in debt than any business man I know and that's probably why he's having a money issue with ArtCon.
01/04/2017
By: ncolbert
ArtCon, Inc.
Please do not use these guys. They quoted me $3,100 for a concrete project in my driveway. They then tried to upsell me and told me they would restain my driveway for $4,300 total for all the work. I originally said no but the sales person kept pestering us to do so to make sure it all matched. We finally said ok even though I had just stained it 12 months prior at a total cost of $1,000. After the work was done, they tries to bill me for both $3,100 plus $4,300. There is no way it costs $4,300 to restain a driveway. I never saw or signed an invoice. When I asked to speak to the sales person who lied to us (Dave), they told me he no longer worked there.I am going to both report them to the BBB and fight this tooth and nail. I have been in Las Vegas for a long time and this is by far the most corrupt company I have ever dealt with.
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06/08/2015
By: Linda S.
ArtCon, Inc.
Not quite sure what Sunny S. problem was, but this couldn't be the same company we just used for our patio. Starting with the salesman John, who was professional, courteous, and punctual, to the office staff and the workers who were all pleasant and knowledgeable. We now have a beautiful patio made with pavers that go with our decor, and finished in the time frame promised. We would recommend to anyone. Gil & Linda B
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05/19/2015
By: Beth W.
ArtCon, Inc.
Best contractor I have ever worked with! The project turned out better than I imagined, so grate full I used them. I would recommend them to everyone.
11/22/2014
By: Sunny S.
ArtCon, Inc.
ArtCon appears to be unprofessional and not customer focused. They were either unwilling, or unable, to provide technical information about the products they offer, so that we could make an informed decision about what to install around our pool. The salesman was unhelpful in response to my enquiries. I think we dodged a bullet by being dissatisfied with the sales process, as we decided to find a more professional and responsive company to work with. I would not recommend ArtCon to private homeowners; anyone who wants to understand what they are paying for will likely be disappointed. November 2014.
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