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Recent Masonry Reviews in Lima
- McCarty's MasonryAbove and beyond my expectations!! Work was done earlier than expected and the quality was amazing!! I highly recommend to all my friends and family. Thanks again for the great work!!
- Betts Structural Engineering LLCExcellent! Came to the home did their inspection came up with a plan and all the prints needed to accomplish the goal. Very satisfied and they explained the reasons for what changes were needed definitely would refer them to anyone with structural engineering questions. Very serious people about their profession and extremely professional about their work read less
- L & M Masonry & ConcreteOur Chimney had been leaking for sometimes; I reached out to Angie's list and found Mike Jacobs of L&M Masonary and Concrete. I tell you they are the "BEST".Mike and his guys were very professional, courteous, and punctual.They took the Chimney down, relay, and tuckpoint the rest of the chimney's. And Yes, the Price was Reasonable. If you're ever in need of a Masonary, L&M Masonary and Concrete is your go to person. You will never be disappointed. I am so happy and satisfied for the work they did. Yes, I will use and recommend L&M company again. Very trusthworthy. Thanks-Joy A read less
- Ohio Basement SystemsInstallation was very quick and clean, less than 4 hours. System is designed to take care of cracks and bend over a period of time while also stabilizing the wall. Adam and his crew were great to work with and did a great job.
- PJO Properties, LLCIt went very smooth they where very professional showed up on time they they cleaned up everything before they left the job everyday I would hire them for any job that I needed done
- Doctor Flue, inc.Cory and Cavin were on time, worked continuously to finish, covered up all places needing protection. Cleaned up everything, were happy, good manners. Did an excellent job with high proficiency- priced well.
- Glenn Mills Outdoor SolutionsEXCELLENT! I could not be more pleased! We are considering a room addition to our home, and I've already discussed the brick work for that project with Glenn Mills. At this point, REAL Brick MASONs are extremely hard to find. This is 3rd & 4th Generation Brick Masons and that knowledge and experience is clearly demonstrated in the quality of their work. They arrived as scheduled, performed better than expected, and cleaned up so well upon completion the only evidence they were here is the beautiful job they did on the brick read less
- The Foundation Specialists, LLCFadi and his son Sam are very nice guys. Both were very mannerly and friendly. They were always on time and did a full days work. Our full size basement was in terrible condition with bowing walls and water coming through, Fadi corrected the bowing walls with steel I beams, drainage system and installed a sunk pump plus more. The pump has worked great with all this torrential rain we've had. Our basement hasn't had any water in it. We have not notice any movement of the walls. him. Fadi left our yard looking very nice. We highly recommend him. Fadi's estimate was less than half the amount of other estimates read less
- Ricker & Sons LLCThey did an exceptional job on bricking my home, installing an outdoor fireplace and a grilling bar area on my patio.
- RICKER MASONRYExceptional work! They were a really great group of guys to work with. Very professional and they helped me to design my ideas. I am hiring them again to install brick posts and fence at the end of my drive this summer.
Masonry Contractors in Lima
- Business Description:**CALL us today for a FREE ESTIMATE!** With over 30 years of combined experience in the concrete business, D&M Concrete specializes in creating the dream home you love to relax in. *Please only CALL us directly via phone! We are able to get back to any voicemail right away! read less
- Business Description:The chimney sweep specialists at Doctor Flue are CSIA certified, so they can provide an accurate system evaluation, certified chimney inspection, consultation, and service recommendation for your chimney or fireplace. Video Inspections can reveal dangerous problems inside your chimney not visible with just a flashlight. If you need chimney cleaning, chimney relining, waterproofing, or chimney repair, we even offer written warranties on products and services, as well as our LIFETIME WARRANTY F.. read lessRecent Review:They are my “go to” in this department. Professional. Polite. Reliable.Jane T.
- Business Description:Paul Davis of Northeast Indiana is part of a national franchise organization that provides services to repair and clean up damage to residential, institutional and commercial properties from mold, water, fire, storm or other disasters. Founded in 1966, Paul Davis is a rapidly growing network of more than 350 independently owned and operated franchises. Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling of Northeast Indiana has been helping people in Northern Indiana since 1993 with their restoration and rem.. read lessRecent Review:The work was professionally done to our satisfaction. The price was very competitive and the estimator especially friendly, courteous, and professional.Marlene C.
- Business Description:Licensed Engineer. Structural inspections for residential and light commercial properties. See website for more details.Recent Review:March 2020 I hired Mike Montgomery of BPG to inspect cracks in my basement wall and make recommendations of how to fix it. The inspection and report went fine. Mike found another wall that needed to be attached to the ceiling joist. He offered to do a design for $420. I accepted with the thought that the design would be representative in value to what I was paying. Mike provided a stock drawing where he changed three dimensions based on calculations that he made. This work probably took him about 15 minutes to complete. I felt the design was worth no more than $100. Mike and BPG disagreed with me and thought that the design was worth the $420. Mike did take the time to discuss this with me. The BPG claims manager did not take the time to call me, but sent me an email instead. Since I agreed to pay this amount up front, I went ahead and paid the bill. Be wary before asking them to provide you with a design, although the inspection and report were very good. June 2020 Even though I wrote a negative review, Mike answered addition questions that I had on multiple occasions as I fully exposed the walls and learned the extent of the damage. The fee to perform the inspection and write the report was well worth the money. Mike knows what he is doing and is very professional. He even recommended the contractor who I found to be the lowest cost and most knowledgeable read lessPaula S.
- Business Description:50+ year General Contractor
- Business Description:For over 30 years, Seagate Roofing and Foundation Services has built a reputation of being a premier residential and commercial roofing contractor in the area, providing high quality and service. For these reasons, Owens Corning invited us to be a part of a very small and elite family of Platinum Preferred Contractors across the country. This distinction assures we use the best products the industry has to offer while being warranted by a name you can trust. When installing your new roof, Sea.. read lessRecent Review:We had a hairline crack in our foundation coming off of one of our window wells causing our finished side of the basement to get wet. Seagate was able to repair the crack on the outside of the house while also sealing the remainder of the foundation. The salesperson was accurate in his estimate and timeline and the crew did a phenomenal job not only with the work itself but then leaving my property the way it was prior to the work. Very happy with Seagate and their services read lessJohn B.
- Business Description:Construction company and consulting engineering firm for residential, industrial, commercial, institutional, and retail clients.Recent Review:Really well. Everything was done that was agreed on. Josh and his his crew showed up on time, stayed in touch when waiting for materials, and stayed in touch after the job was completed.Jason J.
- Business Description:Since 1986, Everdry Waterproofing has serviced over 80,000 basements, crawl spaces and slab homes- making us one of the nation’s premier foundation repair contractors. With custom tailored solutions, innovative products and a one-on-one approach in dealing with homeowners, our basement waterproofing team will help you create a safe, dry and liveable space in your basement. Everdry takes an active role in bettering our industry and enhancing our knowledge. We are a leader in Research and Devel.. read lessRecent Review:They did an excellent job taking care of our wet crawlspace problems. The crew run by Matt K worked quickly, and left everything looking better than when they arrived. I highly recommend EverDry for any crawlspace water issues read lessDaniel C.
- Business Description:Ohio Basement Systems, founded in 1999, is a subsidiary of Groundworks, a family of companies that offers superior, proven solutions for your foundation repair, structural repair, crawl space encapsulation, dehumidification, and concrete leveling needs. Ohio Basement Systems is a recognized accredited member of the Better Business Bureau and Home Builders Association of Greater Cleveland. They devote years of experience, industry knowledge and specialized training to help customers protect th.. read lessRecent Review:Basement waterproofing. The crew they sent me was very courteous, and friendly. They did a great job and the price was right. I would highly recommend this company.Genevieve J.
- Business Description:Our mission is to be a provider that brings back the personal touch with our customers. We will build a relationship that will last a lifetime after you see our quality work. As a locally owned and operated business we feel invested in our clients and constantly strive for customer satisfaction. We won't leave until the job is done right! Call or click to schedule an estimate today read lessRecent Review:8/16/21: Initial contact at 2:44am. Discussion began via text, switching to voice call due to Mr. McCarty driving enroute to his primary employment’s job site in Fort Wayne. He stated intention to conduct initial in person visit about 6:00am but missed the appointment due to an alleged detour. I remained in casual conversation throughout the day, informing him of my own time home from work. He informed me that he had arranged another project with another client and reaffirmed that he would visit after its completion. He failed to arrive again. 8/17/21: I inquired again as to the status of an in-person meeting. I received a message that he was on his way at 7:16pm. Mr. McCarty arrived late, performed his inspection, and quoted the project for $800. After some discussion, we agreed on the price, with the additional request for half of the total before work for materials, and the remaining half on completion of the project. He left later that night. 8/18/21: We communicated via text about topics unrelated to the project, but he did not return this day. Mr. McCarty informed me of planning to discuss material acquisition the following day. 8/19/21: I was contacted at 11:06am, as Mr. McCarty inquired about the viability of starting the project. I informed him that I had a prior appointment to collect my vehicle after servicing about 4:00pm, but afterwards it would be available. It was at this time he requested the pre-project funds, to which I agreed. He stated he needed to collect the up-front cost earlier, informing me that he expected to arrive by 2:00pm and could provide transportation to acquire the funds in cash. He arrived at 2:57pm and he drove me to my bank. I was alarmed that when I traveled with him, he possessed and partook on an alcoholic beverage while driving. Returning me home, he received $400 of the total $800 cost, and we signed a carbon copy receipt for the payment. At this point my fiancé arrived to provide transportation to the auto service appointment. Upon returning home, I discovered that Mr. McCarty had departed back home to Ohio, and on calling him by phone he stated that we would return the following day. 8/20/21: Mr. McCarty reached out to inform me of an employment interview as a reason why he could not return on this day. We maintained casual contact throughout the day. 8/21/21: At 7:12am I reached out via text on whether he would be able to begin work. I received a response at 11:48am that he planned to arrive at 4:00pm. At 2:10pm, Mr. McCarty informed me that his expected arrival was in three (3) hours, requesting I meet him at a nearby Menard’s store to pick out flooring material, as well as collect the remaining materials. At 4:17pm I requested an update on location, he affirmed that he was an hour out yet at 4:34pm. I responded that I would depart about 5:15pm to arrive about 5:30pm. Failing to locate him upon my arrival at 5:33pm, I went inside to begin looking at flooring options, texting to inform him of this. He responds at 5:42pm, estimating another 20 minutes to arrival. I received another status update at 6:14pm that he would be a few more minutes. He arrived at 6:32pm, meeting me in the store about 6:40pm in the flooring department. I had, in the interim, requested my fiancé to conduct another errand on my behalf, a grocery pickup scheduled between 6:00-7:00pm. After about an hour to collect the assorted materials, I confirmed that the flooring I had selected, and the additional materials were within the expected $400 he had received. He stated that the tile I had chosen was above what he had budgeted, requesting an additional $100 in material costs. We negotiated that I purchase the tile myself, and he retained the original materials cost. Returning home, he began on the project for the rest of the evening. He removed the existing flooring from the entire project area during this time. About midnight, he inquired about overnight accommodations, to which my fiancé and I asserted that we would be more comfortable with him finding off-site lodgings. At this point he requested the first $100 advance on the remaining balance for lodging costs and inquired to resume work between 7:00am-8:00am the following day. I gave him the advance with another signed receipt. My fiancé agreed to be awake and present to receive him at that time, and he left for the night. 8/22/21: I woke at about 9:45am, and after talking with my fiancé discovered that Mr. McCarty had yet to arrive. I attempted to call him, but he did not answer. His voicemail box was full. At 9:53am, I texted him on his status, receiving a reply at 9:57am that he was enroute. At 10:57am, he had yet to arrive, so I reached out again, receiving the answer that he was delayed by a train. He arrived at 11:15am, beginning work on the project. I had requested a friend to attend the home for the duration of a shift I was scheduled (12pm-5pm). As Mr. McCarty arrived and I was leaving for the shift, Mr. McCarty informed me that he had to leave for another client’s project at 2:30pm and would return to our project upon that one’s completion. He returned to my home around 3:30pm. I returned home from my shift at about 5:35pm. Upon arriving home, the friend that I had arranged to attend the home pulled me aside to inform me that cigarettes were missing from the guest I had over since 8/21. Checking with my guest, I discussed the absent cigarettes, and he stated he was keeping track of how many were left. Both informed me that they witnessed him partaking of at least one (1) alcoholic beverage during my shift. Mr. McCarty continues work until 6:00pm, completing the sub-flooring installation, at which point it is recognized that we had forgotten one of the materials (wax ring) to restore the toilet to service. He requests the second $100 dollar advance to go retrieve the part, as well as having funds to return to his home later that night. I acquiesced, granting the advance with another signed receipt, and he departed to retrieve the part. One and a half (1.5) hours later, he returned, completing the reassembly of the toilet, and applying less than a quarter of the total area's tiling. Just prior to 8:00pm, Mr. McCarty states that he is going to head home, and that he would not be able to return to resume work until 8/28/21. After he leaves, my guest informs me that on inspection, he was missing another 4 cigarettes. 8/23/21: At the instruction of Angie’s List following my initial complaint, I confronted Mr. McCarty via text about my dissatisfaction about the state of the project’s progress, his alcohol use during project work, and the missing cigarettes. He became defensively aggressive and insistent that he had given us a very good deal on the pricing, and that this sort of project takes more time than most believe it does. He also protested that he’d only had two (2) beers and did not address the missing cigarettes at all. The exchange concludes with him stating his intent to arrive on 8/28, possibly sooner on 8/27 to complete the job. Upon my return home from work on 8/23, I informed my fiancé that I had confronted Mr. McCarty about the missing cigarettes, the poor attendance, poor workmanship, his drinking on the job, and how he handled my complaints as a client. I had already experienced several panic attacks throughout the last few days’ exchanges with Mr. McCarty regarding his overall poor professionalism and workmanship. I handed my fiancé my cell phone so that he could read the text conversations between Mr. McCarty and I from start to finish, both the professional and casual conversations. I expressed my concern that we had already lost $600 of the $800 owed to Mr. McCarty with little to show for our investment in his skills. It was at this time that I expressed that I did not trust this man to come back to our home and that I wanted to fire Mr. McCarty. My fiancé supported my decision for the termination of Mr. McCarty’s services. We are however concerned that we had just enough to pay one (1) contractor the money to perform the repairs. We are now out $600, with very little in the way of successful quality repairs completed to show for our investment in Mr. McCarty’s services read lessRebbeca A.
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- B & A Masonry14701 State Route 93 S
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