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APM Masonry & Construction

Founded 2005 • With Angi since May 2012


(21) Verified Reviews


APM Masonry-Concrete -Home Remodeling is a family owned and operated business since 2009. Customers are a priority to us now and always. Without dedication and hard work you have no foundation. We are grateful for every customer. Thank you!!...

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Unbelievable. After Craig did wonderful work on my own house several years ago, I later got my real estate license and recommended his company to a client looking to patch up an investment property. His guys ended up badly damaging the sewer pipe to the house, did a poor job overall, and absolutely refuse to fix what's wrong at this point. I never thought I would have to say such a thing about Cra...

Patching old leaks in upstairs bedroom ceilings and parging 50' of basement walls

CATEGORY drywall,masonry



Horrible. Those stories we all hear about bad contractors ... APM is that. From the lies they told to get more money out of me to the blatant slacking off while on the job, APM proved who they were. At one point the owner, Craig, said our bricks were rotten and we needed foundation work. He brought in a guy he knew and that guy tried to charge me $20,000!!! I said that wasn't happening and I broug...

Demo and drywall, insulation. All very poorly.

CATEGORY drywall,masonry,remodeling,water damage restoration


[Member Name Removed] you are a liar and if I feel something is unsafe it is my responsibility to my team to pull away from a job when we were waiting for your inspector to come evaluate the project we were doing work upstairs insulating and sheet rocking your second floor which I paid for all the material and you screwed me Christmas eve and did not even pay me for your material you're a class ac...


Company subcontracted our job.  The job was not done properly -- the wall did not match other existing walls nearby.  The flagstone cap on the wall looks very sloppy.  APM keeps putting us off when we try to get this issue resolved.  With the cold weather upon us; the wall cannot be fixed now.

We had stucco work done on a wall on our property and had the wall capped with flagstone.

CATEGORY basement waterproofing,stucco,hardscaping


APM did not subcontract any work...I referred you to someone who does Dryvit!......that's all you have no contract with my signature on it


This has been a nightmare and 4 months later we still have no stairs. The initial job was performed and had many serious flaws. The retaining wall was built too short (below ground level), it was not originally waterproofed as was in the contract. The stairs were not even, or level, and there were gaps between the stairs and the house as well as the stairs and the wall. We tried repeatedly to ask ...

We contracted APM to replace a retaining wall adjacent to exterior stairs leading to an entrance on the lower level of our home. The project began in June 22, 2015 and quickly snowballed into recommendations for additional work, which we felt we had no other choice but to trust in the recommendations. They proceeded to remove and replace both the stairs and a roof over their stairs /wall in addition to the wall.

CATEGORY hardscaping,stamped concrete


The work was done to your specifications ...I tried to come out to your on a few occasions and our schedules conflicted and APM also did 800 dollars worth of stone pointing for free ... You just can't make everyone happy ...


The contractor (APM) attempted to essentially?double the price of the job when they showed up to perform the work. This is after we had a signed agreement and approved scope addendum, which fully clarified all of the work required to perform this FIXED PRICE CONTRACT. NOTHING changed on the chimney between when they provided the quote and today, when the came to start the work. A complete disconne...

Scope of the job:   1. The brick chimney will have all the mortar joints grinded out from the porch roofline to the top of the chimney to remove the old washed out mortar. Any bricks that become loose due to the grind out process will be reset to their original dimensions. 2. The top design of the chimney (approximately 4 course of bricks) will be removed and rebuilt as needed to their original dimensions using the existing bricks. 3. The chimney will be cleaned to remove any of the dirt and dust from the bricks and joints before new mortar is applied. 4. The chimney will have all the grind out joints pointed to seal out any water penetration. 5. The top of the chimney will have a new crown poured to seal the top from any weather infiltration. Approximate cost of service of $1600.00.

CATEGORY concrete repair,masonry,remodeling,chimney caps,chimney repair

Services Offered

Basement waterproofing, concrete work, brick & stone pointing, stucco, patios, sidewalks, steps, retaining walls, epoxy floors, decks, remodeling-general, basement, kitchen & bathroom, windows, doors, sump pump, french drains, basement ventilation, foundation crack repair, yard drainage systems, mold remediation & pressure washing.

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