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Reviews in Fort Bragg to Seal Asphalt

Alves Inc
They did fine. We didn't want to get our driveway paved, so we just did as much as we had to do for the county not to fine us. Alves was very accommodating. They did fine. Their bid was lower than the other one we got.
- Jim H....
Benson Bryant Seal Coating
Contractor (Benson) was very professional. Showed up as promised and timely completed work. Arrived on day one and sealed cracks with hot rubber product. On day two, sealed the driveway. He will be back in a few days to pickup his cones and remove tape along edges of driveway to protect the deck and garage. Driveway looks great!
- Cliff S....
Benson Bryant Seal Coating
it went problems with the job or the contractor interface. Would gladly hire them again.
- James M....
cannot say enough about these guys, very professional, very courteous, prompt and in comparison to other companies we contacted, George's price was very competitive. Considering the outstanding quality of their work, the amount of work done and the bang for our buck, I'm thoroughly satisfied and if anyone is looking for a company to do any asphalt paving I highly recommend this company hands down!
- Art M....
Vaca Valley Paving
Work was completed on 8/14/2012. On 8/15/2012 when the owner came by we showed him the cracks that had occurred overnight, he resealed the driveway again, but the cracks has gotten bigger and worse.
- Patty W....
Rg Asphalt
Ryan popped up on my doorstep Wednesday, 6/18/2014, claiming he had sealant left over from another job and could refresh my driveway which he had done less than eleven months previously. He observed that the cracks he originally repaired had reopened, and stated he had some "better stuff" to use as fill. Other than the cracks, which had opened up after only a few months, I noted that the driveway didn't look like it needed to be resealed so soon and questioned that. I told him I could not really afford it: my redwood deck needed urgent restaining, and that was the financial priority. He quickly volunteered to reseal the driveway, repair the cracks again, and stain the deck, all for what he charged last year for just the driveway. He said "This is your lucky day! My dad has stain left over from one of his jobs." I mistakenly quoted him as having charged me $900 last summer, but after checking the original work order and receipt scanned into my computer, his fee had been $745. Nevertheless, we shook on $900. I am a retired school teacher living on one fixed income, and this sounded like a good deal. Ryan claimed he wished to "make things right," a reference to the original substandard fissure fill. He declared he would begin the next morning, Thursday, at 8:30 a.m.and would clear the deck of furniture and railing planters. He rolled up the next morning with a helper two hours late. They completed the asphalt seal and crack repair. Both looked decent. He wanted to be paid the full $900. I inquired about the deck. He said the extra stain his father had was probably too red after all for my taste. I had indicated the day before that I did not like the terra cotta tones I see all over our lake community, and he assured me that his dad's surplus was probably okay. He then asked for additional funds to buy more suitable stain. I reminded him what we had agreed upon, and said I would split the payment: $600 now, and $300 after the deck had been stained. I was not inclined to give him any more money without seeing an itemized invoice and materials receipts. He whined, protesting he had just put in "hundreds of dollars" of his own money (I thought that's what self-employed people do) and gone through umpteen gallons of sealant. I gave him his full payment and requested a receipt before he left. He nodded, shook my hand, and said to expect him Monday morning for the deck staining. They set up a makeshift barrier at the end of the driveway with tape attached to two empty tar buckets. They left. I went ahead and cleared the deck of all furniture and planters. Ryan Gilliam failed to show. I have not seen nor heard from him in a week. I am listed in the telephone book, but received no telephone call. Finally figuring out he blew me off and fled into the breeze, I put everything back up onto the deck. Also, he stuck me with his hazardous waste containers. Bottom line: he failed to keep his word; did not do what he said he was going to do, thereby nullifying a verbal contract; never provided me with a receipt or any type of invoice; over billed for an inflated service that wasn't really necessary on the promise of providing one that was, and left non-biodegradable debris onsite for the me to dispose of, despite having since driven right by my house in his white pickup truck, little black bucket in tow, and the pails left by me right in plain view by the side of the road. My deck remains unstained. I wanted to give an opportunity to a young entrepreneur rather than use the more mature, established asphalt company in town. So, if you are a retiree and elderly, living alone - especially a woman - caveat emptor RG Asphalt! I own a large part of having gotten scammed because I did not trust my gut instincts. I'm educated, and should have known better. Never again!
- Loretta S....
Cooper Ron General Engineering
He did a great, quality job. There is no wear on my drive way yet. I am really happy with their services.
- Don K....
He was to be there on Monday morning at 8:00am he didn't show up by 11:00 so I called and had to leave a message in the afternoon when he called back he told me he'd forgot and that he'd be there the next day. Two workers showed up and squeegeed on a layer and then came the next day and did it again. We'll we all know what happens when you squeegee a window all the water comes off. Well, not even a hair line crack was filled and any big crack was never prefilled they only difference I could see was it was darker in color but none of the cracks were filled. Scott showed up for the money that evening and we told time how unhappy we were with the job that none of the crack were filled and the only difference were could see was the color change but that it didn't look like even a layer of product was on or at least the hairline cracks would be filled. He argued with us that thats what we contracted for and that's what we got. He could care less if we were unhappy he just wanted his money. We paid him but will NEVER use him again. Seems to me, knowing this could be a repeat customer you would want to make sure they were happy but then that's just my opinion. My wife and I had debated on doing it ourselves for about a quarter of the price but since we had never done it before opted to hire it out. We are certain we could have done a better job even with our lack of experience. In our opinion, don't waste your money like we did. We thought we'd get 3 years at least from the job but it will have to be done again next year and probably should have been this year as alot of the small cracks are opened up now.
- Mikel B....

Asphalt Driveways in Fort Bragg



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Recent Review: I was very pleased with the work that Joshua and his workers did on our new driveway. The price was fair, our driveway looks great and they cleaned up everything when the job was finished. I would highly recommend Asphalt Solutions and will have them do the sealing when it is time.
Business Description: R Mark Richard Asphalt and Seal Coating is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction, we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. We offer a variety asphalt services to business owners, property management companies, HOA's, homeowners driveways, school districts, strip malls, church’s, playgrounds, parking lots, walkways, roads, tennis courts etc. Seal coating your parking lot or roadway every 2-4 years will save you thousands down the road.
Business Description: Mead Valley, Nuevo, Lakeview - Ace Asphalt takes pride in the quality of our work and in the full satisfaction of our customers. We will recommend appropriate services based on your requirements, price our work fairly, and complete your project on time and on budget. We also provide commercial and residential quality hardscapes and foundation installations and repairs.
Business Description: Central Valley Asphalt
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Business Description: L McQueen Inc is a family owned and operated company, with over 30 years of experience in the Paving Industry. We firmly believe we offer some of the lowest competitive prices, expert workmanship, and outstanding customer service. We are a full service asphalt company that doesn't just tell a customer what they need, but educates the customer on what is needed to make all parking surfaces safe, beautiful, and structurally sound. Call today for the area's best asphalt contractors!
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Business Description: Romanazzi General Engineering specializes in full turn key site work packages. We strive to complete our clients projects ahead of schedule and always on budget. always including nothing less than the upmost quality and workmanship. we will get your project done and do it right the first time, so that you can have the piece of mind that you hired the right contractor for the job. Our services range from small backyard projects including patios, sidewalks, large shops and garages, to Big residential foundations as well as commercial and industrial jobs.


Recent Review: They did fine. We didn't want to get our driveway paved, so we just did as much as we had to do for the county not to fine us. Alves was very accommodating. They did fine. Their bid was lower than the other one we got.