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    They returned my phone call promptly and were under the next competitors estimate by $1,000. They were able to start work only a few days later when other companies were weeks out. They started work bright and early and showed up with all the necessary tools and equipment to start working. They had the forms built and were ready for the concrete within hours. The second day they again showed up early and the concrete was delivered shortly afterwards. When I came back home during lunchtime they had already completed their work and were cleaning up. They did all the work quickly, professionally, and even came in $200 under their estimate. It's been almost a year now and the only issue is one tiny hairline surface crack. You have to get down on your hands and knees to see it. I figure that it has a lot to do with the earthquakes and the ground freezing that we have to deal with up here. I work construction and have seen jobs on Fort Wainwright and in Fairbanks that had huge cracks in them only a few months after being poured. I am very happy with their work and would recommend them. I will use them again in the future if I need more concrete work done
    James H.
    They arrived right on time per our prior agreement and worked with the concrete company (University Ready Mix). The Raster crew set up their Putzmeyer (love the name) concrete pump. It's on a trailer behind their truck. They ran hoses to pump the concrete to two sonotubes and the floor of a basement 'closet' that measures about 10 x 12 ft. The concrete truck arrived as if on cue, and the concrete was in place in less than ten minutes. Glenn and his man immediately went to work finishing the floor. They worked it at least three times, broke for lunch, came back and worked the floor again. Glenn was pleased with the work and said the floor would be fine in the morning and could be walked on then. Heavy loads would have to wait a few days. The surface is beautifully flat and smooth such that I can lay linoleum tile directly on the concrete. I just wish Raster Masonry had been available when the basement floor had been cast. The finisher that did that job left a ridge between the wall and a floor drain. There are also low spots that will need to be filled in with leveling compound. I'll have to spend several hours of quality time an angle grinder and spend about $400 on leveling mix before the floor is ready to tile. In conclusion, I highly recommend Raster Masonry
    Lawrence B.
    Both jobs went quite well and the cost was well within reason. Had other contractors I hired been so diligent and above board I'd be much happier. The 2008 footing work was excellent. As stated earlier, the crew was on time, worked efficiently, and did an excellent job. The 2010 floor slab job was quite similar (A+). Just as in 2008, they were punctual and professional. They revisited the cast slab attending to the finishing every two to three hours. The cured slab was flat and smooth such that I could lay linoleum tile directly on the concrete and not have to use a leveling compound. In sum, the work Raster Masonry did was excellent. I recommend them without reservation
    Lawrence B.
  • Block & Concrete Masters, Inc
    The crew was outstanding, they answered every question I had about the process and even explained a few things that I didn't ask. They were a joy to work with.
    Robert B.
    The concept of using insulated forms that fit together similar to Lego pieces is appealing in it's simplicity and time saving. That's part of the reason $5 worth of Styrofoam and plastic sells for $20 and change. The only problem is the approach relies on Styrofoam holding wet concrete. Therein lies a problem that can bite you. The approach ARXX has come up with relies on a steel track that's screwed to the plastic stringers embedded in the Styrofoam. Angle braces are set between the track and the ground every six to eight feet. The hope is this will keep the wall from falling over while the concrete cures. The problem is the wall may lean slightly if the bracing isn't fully snug or braced well enough. The pour may seem to go well only to discover later, such as when you are ready to hang drywall, that the wall has swayed. All four walls have swayed one way or another. It's not much, but the floor covering is linoleum tile, and a less than square room will show. That's essentially the approach I'm taking. That is I've had to draw a rectangle with square corners that just fits, and shim the wall to meet the rectangle. There's another aspect that's worth considering for the long term. Ideally all of the insulation on the basement wall should be on the outside. It's be nice to strip all of the Styrofoam off of the ARXX block once the concrete cures and move it to the outside of the wall. Another issue has to do with the block alignment. The framer managed to assemble some of the blocks such that the plastic ribs do not line up along the full height of the wall. This creates a needless complication when trying to attach Styrofoam panels with screws and Wind-lok caps
    Lawrence B.
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