Concrete Coring Co in Oklahoma City, OK with Reviews -
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By: Laura R.
High Definition Concrete Stainers
Very unprofessional. Showed up late every day, usually at least an hour late. Made a complete mess each night and did very little clean up. Did not cover the things that I asked them to cover each night so that they would not get dirty and dusty. Had money stolen from my business while he was working on the floor. After six days, Mr. ***** said he was done with this job, even though the floor was not done, he was done. He never sealed the floor, so every time something is spilled on the floor it stains. Had another company come in to try to finish and was told that this floor was not a candidate for stained concrete because of the age of the floor and the length of time the previous tile had been on the floor. An honest and experienced contractor would have told me that upfront.
By: Glenda C.
Concrete Plus Inc
Easy to work with, prompt responses and they did a great job on tearing out and re-pouring a sidewalk and steps for us. Good price too.
By: J B.
All About Concrete
******STAY AWAY - DONT USE THIS COMPANY********** He is a great talker and will start out doing a good job but then doesn't do what he promises. I had to pay the concrete supply myself because they wouldnt deliver for him. I should have known better..... But I really wanted to believe in him and give him a shot since I know people who know him etc. I ended up having to pay another company to rip out his work and start over because it was so bad!!! I tried to let him "work off" the damages but he never showed up. I called at least 10 times over several months and he never made good on his work. OUT A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS & VERY DISAPPOINTED!!!
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By: Chrissie W.
C.B.S. Construction
DO NOT USE. Larry said his son owns company but will not have him call or come look at work. Did a horrible job, floor was dark with green around walls. Had already sealed it so fixing would be difficult. Sprayed lighter color on top and it ran all over place cause floor was sealed. Places with bubbles that popped. Many places that shows where it ran and puddled. Had not seen or heard from Larry for months, and never from owner - his son, then he showed up at house saying he was going to file a lien in 2 days. We have video of us asking for owner to call, come out, fix, etc. I worked for 5 days with one of the workers, just us two trying to spray and get floor fixed from the dark with green around walls. No one else but a worker that is no longer there and me, no Larry & no owner of CBS construction. The van also no longer has their information on it either. Now just a plain van with no logo. Wish I had known what kind of company and people these are before allowing them to come on our property. Going to file complaint with BBB and check records in OK to see about legal filings against them. STAY AWAY from them, especially Larry. The owner will never contact you or fix the problems Larry makes.
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By: Scott A.
All About Concrete
We were left high and dry, had to hire another company to remove entire porch and pour it again. Complete disaster
By: H S.
C.B.S. Construction
Do not use this company, especially for interior concrete overlay. I was told the job would take 6 days, it took over 3 weeks. I still have problem areas in my floor and Larry has not bothered to set up a time to fix the error for the THIRD time!
By: Cherie F.
All About Concrete
very professional. I was so happy with the concrete work that was done at my residence i will always call them back for more in the future
By: Mike K.
C.B.S. Construction
I worked with larry at cbs construction this has been one of the most horrible experiences of my life. first of all Larry stained my concrete the wrong color, when i talked to him about it he told me i would have to pay in full to the job re stained once i agreed thinking it would be for the best in the long run WRONG within one week the concrete started cracking and chipping i called him over and over to have him fix the work he had excuse after excuse first it was to cold then it was too hot when he finally did come 6 months later he put WHITE over the cracks and super glued the chunks that were separating from my original concrete driveway concrete as of now it looks horrible the color has faded so badly it is ORANGE.This is by far the most unprofessional person I have ever worked with he will just take youre money and and have the audacity to demand payment for work that he has done incorectlylif you want to see how bad my driveway looks feel free to email me @ j.martin12@me.comone star is not low enough negative one hundred is the proper rating.
By: kppriddy
Bill's Custom Concrete & Yard Drainage
Bill himself came to my house to quote me which I thought was a good thing right off. Everything was smooth and I'm very pleased with the results.Top notch quality!!Kyle NW OKC.
Tips & Advices
Resurfacing, where a contractor removes and replaces the top layer of concrete, is a middle ground between multiple patch jobs and a complete replacement.
Homeowners should work with a concrete contractor who is either certified by or a member of one or more trade organizations for high-quality results. These individuals adhere to professional guidelines and are versed in industry and safety standards. Such organizations include: American Concrete Institute (ACI) American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC) and National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA).
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Wet concrete can irritate the skin or cause first-, second-, or third-degree chemical burns. Cement dust contains silica, which damages the lungs and can lead to cancer or silicosis. Many concrete mixtures contain cement, so homeowners should be careful if contractors create the concrete on site. Anyone who touches wet concrete or dust should wash their skin with soap and cold water.
Colored concrete is created by blending liquid, granular or powdered iron oxide pigments with natural concrete. These pigments are either mined directly from the earth or manufactured in a chemical plant.

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