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11/07/2017
By: Mark M.
Core Contracting
CONTRACTOR BEWARE We completed two projects with them at Prince Creek Village in Myrtle Beach, SC under Nick Yesbik and were only paid 25% of our total invoice. We have all documents and emails with many promises to pay but no payment. We have filed a complaint with BBB, Grand Strand Electric LLC
12/02/2016
By: John S.
Canteli Contracting
Prompt, professional & honest. They remodeled my master bathroom. It's incredible how it transformed from what it was.I highly recommend
09/13/2016
By: Joe L.
Sunset
After trying to reach them for over a month regarding a large municipal project and to no avail, had to go elsewhere. A simple response would have saved a lot of time a troubles.
04/29/2016
By: Jeff C.
East Cobb Concrete
My wife and I have lived in East Cobb for over 30 years. Like most homeowners we have used a variety of contractors over the years providing expertise & service for a full range of projects!That being said, no contractor has exceeded our value expectations more so than East Cobb Concrete! They did a great job aligning our backyard project design and budget with our vision! And, just as important they were highly responsive, friendly during and thru post project follow up! Simply, stated, East Cobb Concrete "exceeded" our project expectationsand we will continue to use and refer East Cobb Concrete to our friends, family and neighbors! Jeff CroganEast CobbProject work:-Block retaking wall-Backyard patio-Outdoor stack stone fireplace -Landscaping
04/27/2016
By: T L.
East Cobb Concrete
East Cobb Concrete was hired to perform a complicated driveway replacement which had a large sinkhole underneath that required excavation before the replacement could begin. After obtaining multiple estimates - Payman Davoudpour was the only contractor that was willing to guarantee his workmanship 100% and stand by the original price of the estimate regardless of whatever was encountered during the project. He was professional, solution oriented and thorough to the completion of the project. It's reassuring to have the level of customer service and attention to detail on a project as intimidating as this was. I would recommend East Cobb Concrete for any project you might have from driveway replacement, patio work, to stone masonry or outdoor living spaces.
11/20/2015
By: John S.
East Cobb Concrete
They do not perform the work contracted, and owner Payman Davoudpour will not communicate on fixes. He instructs hiw workman to cut corners wherever they can. Substandard work.
04/03/2014
By: Jesus F.
Sunset
hola buenos dias quisiera saber si es verdad ke estan solicitando personal por contrato soy de mexico y se trabajar el concreto
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