We received three bids to have our driveway work done. Dixon Concrete was not the lowest bid, however, because we are in their neighborhood, they matched the lowest bidder and we awarded them the job after looking at a few other driveways nearby they completed. Overall, we were not happy with the quality of the work completed for the following reasons: 1. The removal of the old driveway, garage floor and walkway went smooth enough until they took out our front step and broke the window on our storm door. They sent the door in to have the window replaced, paid for the repair and re-installed it a few days after the entire job was completed. If this was the only problem, it would have been minor and not a big deal. 2. We requested that the front step by the house be slightly angled away from the house so water would drain away. This was a simple request that should be standard operating procedure with concrete companies yet this was not done. 3. The finishing of the concrete in the garage was not smooth. There is no reason that a professional concrete company can't make a garage floor smooth but for some reason Dixon Concrete crew left many trowel marks in their work on the garage floor. I mentioned this to the owner and he didn't know what to say about the quality of their work on the garage floor. 4. The biggest issue with the entire project is that the driveway started to crack less than 6 months after the work was completed. We believe that this was due either to Dixon Concrete using a lower amount of concrete that was needed (and originally in thier bid) because they lowered their pricing or because they didn't properly compact the soil before the concrete was poured. Other contractors we have had working at our home have commented that there seems to be only 3" of concrete on the main driveway and this is too thin for driving cars over it not to crack. Now, three years later, there are many cracks in the driveway in all four major sections of it. We have not complained directly to Dixon Concrete but the owner has seen our driveway many times because he walks his dog by our house and has not once called or approached us about the problem. He tells prospective customers about other driveways he has done in and around our neighborhood but not about ours! I would not recommend using Dixon Concrete for your driveway work or you may experience cracking of the concrete starting several months after the job has been completed. If you'd like to see the quality of thier work you can drive by our home at 2370 Sonnington Drive in Dublin.