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By: benedettas
Andre Gelle
Best cement contractor in Michigan Andre Gelle went above and beyond his expertise. Will definitely use him in April to put in my patio he did such a beautiful job on my driveway. Thank you Gelle for a job well done.����������������
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By: Jack K.
Creative Concrete Raising, Inc.
I never got past the girl who answers the phone. Huge attitude for no reason, as if that's just her natural state. She told me someone would call me back. No call. Next day I called back and she had another attitude and said she told me the first time it would be a few days. She never told me that. So I told her to f-off and hung up. She had a snotty attitude both times I called and the guy who was supposed to call me back never called.
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By: Michael S.
Andre Gelle
Do not use Andre concrete removal it will take your money and run beware of this person good For taking your money and runing with it he does bad work
By: Kim M.
Creative Concrete Raising, Inc.
After living with driveway and garage issues for years, we finally called to have it taken care of. So happy we called Jeremi and his crew. They were able to raise the existing cement, saving us MANY $$$ rather than replacing it all. They were very professional and polite - we would recommend Creative Concrete Raising to all needing this type of work.
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