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By: Jim T.
Allied Capital Corp
Got me the money fast, that I needed to outbid a competitor for a big project. That gave my business more exposure and led to more bigger jobs. Thanks to John, an advisor there.
By: Jim B.
Corner Landscaping & Tree Service Inc.
Corner's delivered prompt service and carried out the work as we agreed upon. I would highly recommend them to anyone. Mike was a true professional
By: Susan B.
Corner Landscaping & Tree Service Inc.
I had Corner's take out a large tree and install sod at my home and I am very, very happy with my new property. All work was completed in just a few days and cleaned up afterwards too. Can't recommend corners enough
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By: Ryan C.
Corner Landscaping & Tree Service Inc.
Very professional and friendly service. Had all work completed timely and precisely and even cleaned up as well
By: Eric N.
Brennan Tree Service
Terrible business company, I paid them over 7 thousand dollars and take down 4 trees and stumps. They barely remove any stumps and roots. We didn't find out until 6 months after, since we got it done in the winter time. Been trying to get a hold of him but doesn't pick up. Kept calling and calling but SHAWN doesn't pick up. Below is the invoice and pictures, I'm in the process of suing this crook . This is recent dated 8/13/16, stay away from this company that run by a crook, thief, unprofessional business person. We tried renting the grinding machine and do it our selves, but its not my specialty and couldn't do it. Then we hired a competent profession to do the job. And guess what SHAWN crook, You're going to pay for all of that and some of my days off and suffering. I'LL SEE YOU IN COURT.
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By: Stephen S.
Dempster demolition
Had a small job I needed done, figured I'd try a local company. Impressed by the ability of a small crew to get the job done. Would definitely recommend.
By: Oseye A.
Prescott Walter H
Made mistakes on tax form. Forced to leave one of his buildings without warning as a tenant due to foreclosure after I had paid my rent on time every month.
By: Tess W.
Fastest Payday Loans Online Today
Great service! Very quick.
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By: C H.
Dc Carpet Care
Horrible experience. Stated after the job was done that they couldn't accept credit cards. (Even though they advertise they do)After the carpet dried it was still dirty. They had the nerve to charge extra $25.00 for "deep clean" what a rip off. Called the company but they refused to come back and correct the poor job they did. Yet they owner advertised a satisfaction guaranteed if you use them. Once they forced me to go to the bank and withdrawal the cash they were done with me. They knew I would have no recourse. I felt like I was being extorted. So unprofessional that I wouldn't recommend to my worse enemy. Go with Stanley Steemer.
By: Robert S.
First Choice Restoration
First Choice Restoration did a great job after a pipe busted and severely damaged two floors in my home. Greg and Mike where very professional and on time. After they removed the drywall and carpet, they thoroughly dried my house. The project ran smoothly from start to finish. Thank you First Choice Restoration for the meticulous job you did in my home.
Tips & Advices
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