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08/17/2017
By: K B.
Olive Cement Company Incorporated
My wonderful city "recommended" I replace some sidewalk slabs due to root damage so since Olive was on my street putting in a porch I contracted with them. Comparable price , poor workmanship. Never graded the ground so the sidewalk is still crowned, pitch ran towards the house instead of towards the street and they never removed the tree roots that they drug up. After weeks of sitting in various piles on the boulevard I moved them myself to my backyard. How they got this mess approved only speaks to the professional competence of my city's employees. I pointed out all these things to the owner and although he acknowledged that all my points were valid still wanted to be paid because the city had approved the work. AVOID THIS COMPANY!
06/03/2016
By: Lainey G.
Olive Cement Company Incorporated
Requested a quote. Co sent some kid to do the quote. Less than 2 minutes into the measurement the kid started making rude comments about how this was ridiculous and stupid. We told him to leave and as he was walking away he said we were stupid! I then called the co and they did not answer. Terrible experience.
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04/17/2015
By: Sandra L.
Olive Cement Company Incorporated
Did a great job on driveway and stamped concrete patio. Already made it thru first winter and no issues:)
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04/17/2015
By: Jeff A.
Olive Cement Company Incorporated
Horrible quality cement, bad joints, after 1 year it's pitted, use royal or olson, garbage work, garbage cement
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