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- Eastern ChimneyIt was 5 star and people working especially mark was really professional and really good company. I would recommend them to some of my friends. People who came knew their stuff. They were on time and punctual.
- HAMILTON MASONRYJosh went and viewed the work that was needed to be done. He then supplied 3 suggestions, varying in cost, that he would be able to do. He spent a large amount of time thoroughly explaining his thoughts to my mother and which one he recommended. Josh provided diagrams along with his 3 estimates. Josh then also had the task of explaining everything to my 2 brothers and work with their suggestions. He was patient, polite, professional and never appeared to be in a hurry. Unfortunately, my mother then got sick and the project was shelved
- Sullivan Masonry IncThe construction project went very well. There were no unpleasant surprises, or any unforeseen expenses.
- Roy StoneHe and Josh did a great job. I only put a B on Quality because it didn't look "like new." I'm sure he could have don't that quality of work, but he did what I asked and paid for which is perfect. They also did another job for me which was fixing 2 wooden porches. I wish I chad called them years ago instead of fixing all of this right before I move. The porches weren't built correctly and were each sinking on one side. I thought one of them was unfixable because of a heavy built in flower bed, but they did a beautiful job
- American Concrete IndustriesThey were wonderful. They were punctual, helpful, pleasant, professional and did a Greater than excellent service. I am so happy with the steps, how well they were put in with a concrete slab, and how they answered all of my questions.
- MT DESERT GRANITE & BRICKWent fabulous from choosing granite to install to clean up. Especially pleased they were done early.
- CHRIS MANLOVE MASONRYHe did a wonderful job. We just had issues with the ordering of materials complicated by the storm Sandy. Please note above contains information pertinent to this subject heading
- ALPHA & OMEGA MASONRYFantastic from first contact to last. Great price compared to other estimates, great communication and quality work.
- CHRIS MANLOVE MASONRYHave left multiple messages on the answering machine since October, but they are still not answering or returning calls. Are they still in business?
- Mike ReedThis project turned out to be nothing short of a Disaster. He was hired to create a patio area around our new in-ground swimming pool that was installed this past summer and is situated at the bottom of a hill. On the day that he arrived with an excavator/digger to begin the job, both the pool contractor and I came out and told him not to fill in the creek that runs through the property and behind the circular stone bench. He did not like taking instructions from me, the female homeowner, and went ahead and filled in the creek anyway. He also failed to create a drainage system of any kind at the bottom of the hill to catch water that might come down in a storm. The first time we had a significant rainstorm, after 3 hours the mud began to breach the filled in creek and pour over the patio, through the stones in the bench and down the hill and into the pool. The pool was not just brown, it was actually filled with mud. (Our first pool party was scheduled for the following weekend and some of the youngsters present went racing down in hopes to catch frogs - it resembled a pond!). The pool contractors were kind enough to come out with an extra mega-filter and work with me night and day for more than a week to restore the pool, but from that time on we knew we had a real problem. We were unable to see the bottom of the pool for a total of 9 days. At my insistence, Mike came out with the excavator and dug out the creek, but actually asked me to pay for the machinery! In an effort to make certain that he would make good on that and his promise of sinking the pool filter blowout hose that was eroding our beautiful, old rock retaining wall, I agreed to pay for half the bill. He spent about an hour digging an unsightly ditch where the creek used to be, which compromised the new black chain link fence that he'd installed, and then disappeared. I gathered that he was racing off to another job with the excavator that I paid for. When I tried to get him to return and fulfill the second half of his promise, he kept putting me off, saying he would get to it "soon." This went on for several weeks, until I asked him if he'd rather deal with my attorney, to which he said he can now never work on my property. Speaking of the fence, he failed to use corner couplers, which makes the fence look awkward wherever it turns a corner, and there are several places where the space at the bottom is so gaping that our two large dogs can get out, and we live on a busy road. Today our old hound escaped, which prompted me to finally take this step of warning other customers. In short, this guy has a very bad attitude and business manner towards customers. His son, who is in college studying to be an engineer, and he got into a loud argument on the job one day, and the cursing and shouting could be heard all over the neighborhood. He smoked and threw cigarette butts all over the yard while he worked. He came to the back door every day asking for a check in large amounts for materials, indicating that he has no credit with the local suppliers. I told him at the end of the job that I have a policy, learned the hard way, of withholding a portion of the last payment, usually 10%, for a period of two weeks in the event that I find a problem with a job. He pleaded with me to pay in full, because he was desperate for the money, so I gave in, because it was awkward in front of his two sons. Now I have no leverage or recourse whatsoever. Even the grass seed never "took," and my mower pointed out that it had been seeded on sand, not the top soil for which I had paid. I have owned my home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, has 32 rooms and a large carriage house on an acre, for 15 years. When I bought it, the place was an absolute wreck, and over time I have lovingly restored and improved the property to the tune of about $700,000 of my hard-earned money. I have hired virtually hundreds of contractors and workers over the past 15 years, for everything from roofing, plumbing, electricians, painters, you name it, and out of all there have been a few bad apples along the way. Overwhelmingly, however, the workers have been great, if not fantastic, and most have taken pride in their work and in helping to transform and return this in-town property to its former glory. I can honestly say that Mike Reed ranks as the WORST worker that has ever set foot on this property, from his attitude, behavior on the job and downright stupidity in ignoring our warnings about filling in a creek, for goodness sake, and providing no drainage, leading to a very expensive fix. Indeed, I have been forced to hire a Civil Engineer to deal with what he said would have been a very straightforward solution, had it been addressed while the patio and bench were being built. The Engineer and the "fix" that is now required to remediate the drainage problem come at a price tag of a whopping $14,000.00. I can not afford to fix this until next spring, so now, everytime it rains we are outside bailing mud, dragging sandbags and stressing to the max that the pool will once again fill with mud. Not to mention the spring thaw. This experience makes me wonder if the knock-down drag-out fight that Mike had had with his son that day might have been over the poor engineering of the patio, non-existent drainage system and/or filling in the creek. Later on that day Mike muttered something to me that his son was a know-it-all. Maybe he ought to have listened to him. The only reason that I did not give him a Lousy on the quality, is that the paving stones look decent, and the design aesthetically is pleasing. Another factor that induced me to pay in full on his final day on the project. The stone bench, however, is a terrible design, and the stones on top are just placed there with nothing holding them into place
Masonry Contractors in Bangor
- Business Description:Halldale Builders is a small, family owned and operated construction company located in Montville, Maine since 1977. We build and remodel homes, barns, and other structures ranging from small projects to much larger scale homes and buildings. We offer our clients custom design and drafting services. We also work with the local Amish community to provide most of our custom interior cabinetry and built-ins. Our professionally trained, long term employees attend regular seminars based on current..Recent Review:Glenn and his team we incredible! We were a new build and a big undertaking with 3 stories and a large deck on the third floor. They completed all of our framing and making the project fully weather tight. We appreciated Glenn and his teams advice along the way, this project would not have been a success without their recommendations. Following the completion of their work Glenn has remained in touch to provide additional guidance and support, and offered to help us with any obstacles we may face as we work to finish this project. Great experience and highly recommendedDani P.
- Business Description:.....we only do sealcoating. !!and not paving!!.....I have been in the asphalt seal coating business for over 28 years. I do both Residential and Commercial jobs, big or small. I am fully licensed and insured. My son, Chris Jr, has joined me in my business and is a great asset to me in my work.Recent Review:It didn't! I emailed the vendor from their webpage because it was the weekend and outlined the work to be completed and gave them my contact information but they have failed to respond in any way, shape or form to date. I have NOT received any kind of response from them!Brian J.
- Business Description:18 years experience - Chimney Cleaning - Nest Removal - Caps - Masonry - Liners - Dryer Vent CleaningRecent Review:Mark and Paul were very friendly and took the time to explain what they were doing and why. The stove cleaning was excellent. I would recommend this company.Terrie G.
- Business Description:EHM is a structural moving and elevating company that also specializes in foundation repair and replacement. We have been working in the Midwest since the Great Floods of 1993. We specialize in severely comprised foundation issues. We can elevate, level, pier or replace a wall or your entire foundation. We do not do mudjacking, waterproofing or minor crack repairRecent Review:I did not get the service that we originally talked about I am very unhappyDonna S.
- Business Description:In business since 1980. Fully licensed and insured. Lining and relining of chimneys, caps, waterproofing and inspections. See my web site www.mainechimneylining.comRecent Review:Breck Holladay from Chimney Works came to site to diagnose. Breck used professional equipment to determine the problem - gave a report - provided a solution and a summary of charges. Breck followed through with such expertise! He fixed the problem - his work was flawless and caring! I think of Breck Holladay - The Chimney Works - as being a great Chimney doctor with incredible care for the client and the project. I am very grateful to have received a recommendation for him and would recommend The Chimney Works to anyone elseSusan S.
- Business Description:I provide everything home repair related, to include masonry! I provide cost efficient, great quality work with flexible scheduling! I look forward to hearing your repair needs :)
- Business Description:Owner operated. We use subs for plumbing, heating, electrical & foundations. Cost is determined by the job. No travel charges. May contact through email or call. Free estimates.Recent Review:We hired Greg & his men to install vinyl tile in both bathrooms & our kitchen. When they came to install it Greg wasn't around to see how things were going,his workers were the only ones there. Some times he showed up at the end of the day. Well his workers were on drugs they were falling asleep trying to lay the tile (right out of it). He wasted I don't know how many tiles because he was so messed up he couldn't get the cuts. Then the guy spent more time outside people kept showing up I'm not sure if they were dealing drugs or what. It made us very nervous. Then his phone kept going off and outside he went again for 30 min. When he finally got one room done he started grouting and that was another mess it was high & low all over the place. Greg told us the tile would come right up to the cabinets, well it did not, I have a big grout line up against the cabinets it looks awful. One day his worker was so out of it I had to call Greg to come over and get him out of here I couldn't stand it any more he was messing up tile after tile. So the job that should have taken a week or so took about 2 1/2 wks. When we ordered the flooring we also ordered the matching transition strip. When they arrived they didn't in any way match the tile so we had to get something else. Greg said when I got them he'd come back and install them. I notified him in the summer and he said he was tied up until October out of state . I wasn't happy because that wasn't our agreement but I said ok. Well October came he never contacted me, so I had to hire a flooring person to install the transition strips. I recently notified Greg to ask him what happened to October and I got a song and dance. So unless you want pure agravation I would not hire his companymary w.
- Business Description:Free estimates. We also offer discounts for seniors, veterans and active military members.
- Business Description:Historic New England Fieldstone for Architectural Stone Veneer, Stonewalls and Hardscapes. Our stone is used for siding on homes and commercial buildings. Available in 5 colors and 5 shapes. As easy to install and as affordable as man-made stone, with the beauty and durability of all natural real stone. View photos and videos on our website http://www.Stoneyard.com. Or visit a local masonry supply or building material dealer. Stoneyard.com is the home to all-natural Historic New Engla..Recent Review:It's rather scary that this place showed up on the "Write a Review" pop list here. I have never visited this place, either online or in person, and I've certainly never bought anything from them. Never even heard of them until $1500 charges started appearing on my credit card. I disputed the charges with the credit card company and didn't have to pay, then more charges from Stoneyard appeared a few months later. In the end, I had to cancel the credit card. No idea how this happened - these are the only erroneous charges I've ever had in decades of using credit cards. <br /steven l.
- Business Description:All phases of Masonry, Roofing, Siding, Chimney Restoration, Brick, Block and Stone. Foundation work, Retaining walls, Patios, Decks,Walkways. Custom Metal Fabrication. Chimney Lining, Cleaning and repair.Custom Flashing. We install only BEST FLEX chimney liners, Caps,and Cleanout Doors.Metal, Rubber, Asphalt Shingle roofing.All types of Flashing and Leak Repairs.Gutter Instalation and cleaning.Roof Cleaning, shoveling and painting.Dock Installation and Removal.Window Installation
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- ALPHA & OMEGA MASONRY24 HEWEY ST
- ALPHA & OMEGA MASONRY
- Eastern Chimney1 Cardinal Way
- Eastern Chimney
- FARLEY & SON LANDSCAPING, INC.211 West St
- FARLEY & SON LANDSCAPING, INC.
- J.B. Johnson and Son Carpentry97 1/2 Grant Street
- J.B. Johnson and Son Carpentry
- Knox Masonry LLC123 Main Street
- Knox Masonry LLC
- ONE OVER TWO MASONRYPO Box 166
- ONE OVER TWO MASONRY
- Presby Masonry & RoofingPO Box 138
West Paris, Maine
- Presby Masonry & Roofing
- Roofing leprechaun 96 Grove St
- Roofing leprechaun
- STONEYARD.COM265 Foster St