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05/13/2015
By: Jason F.
Maddox Irrigation Inc
Absolutely awful!!! Do not use them, ever! After using them 2 years in a row for startup and shutdown, the following spring they came out and every single head was broken. They never blew out the lines correctly. Knowing this would now cost $800+ to fix, they claimed it wasn't them that did the shutdown, even though I have them saved in my phone as my only sprinkler resource I have ever used. They conveniently couldn't find the visit record in the system (every single one but that particular shut down), and then I got a bill 3 months later for a start up!!!!! They are absolute con-artists!!!
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05/13/2015
By: Jason F.
Maddox Irrigation Inc
The only people giving them 5 stars are themselves clearly creating fake accounts. They are horrible people!!! Do not use them, ever! After using them 2 years in a row for startup and shutdown, the following spring they came out and every single head was broken. They never blew out the lines correctly. Knowing this would now cost $800+ to fix, they claimed it wasn't them that did the shutdown, even though I have them saved in my phone as my only sprinkler resource I have ever used. They conveniently couldn't find the visit record in the system (every single one but that particular shut down), and then I got a bill 3 months later for a start up!!!!! They are absolute con-artists!!!
06/10/2014
By: Catrina M.
Maddox Irrigation Inc
One word....AWFUL! Requested sprinkler start up online. A salesman (owner) came to the house to quote an irrigation system. My husband said we just want a start up and the owner said he wasn't a technician and didn't know how to work our current system. Brian didn't know how to turn the system, so he turned on manually and once on, he couldn't fix or adjust sprinkler heads. He claimed he didn't know how and he would send a technician. My husband gave him $85 dollars....a week later, no sprinklers came on and our outside box is flooded with water. We called to get a technician out for reasons stated above...sprinklers never came on and box flooded. We received a lot of excuses, blaming, and technicians won't be out for a week and a half. After our repeated requests for help, they said a technician would be over the next day. We received a call saying he would stop by after his job. Another call saying he already was at his next stop and would NOT be coming by. My husband asked for our $85 dollars back because that got us nothing. We do not have a sprinkler start up, a flooded box, no help from the main office, and incompetent owners. DO NOT request anything from this company. Not sure how this company is still in business. Lack of responsibility. Office staff gives excuses with no sense of urgency to keep a potential customer. So sorry I found them.
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