We started getting estimates back in November 2015. Since we had a lot to do on this fixer upper of a house we bought, we had to take things in stages. Juan Padilla, came out to our house on November 18th, 2015 to discuss several ideas we had floating around. We had an estimate by November 23rd. We talked about all the things we wanted to do and I asked that he separate out all the costs on the estimate because it might be that we would have to do each project one at a time. I was a little bit confused on the prices and how they added up, but by the 30th we had spoken and communicated via email so that I understood exactly how the prices were broken down. We knew we would have to wait until the weather cleared up to do the work, so we waited. In Mid March I emailed Juan to ask if he was still interested in doing the job and would he honor the price? By this time, we had also received 2 other estimtates (one came in higher and one came in lower, but the lower one was only to raise the cracked portion of the concrete). We decided to go with Juan Padilla because his price was in the middle and he had answered all my questions and was ready to move forward when we called. At the time (mid March), I told him that we were just going to do the concrete driveway and hold off on the walkway and curbs until later. All was good. His office assistant called the first week of April (the delay was due to my delay in mailing the deposit) to set up the appt and we chose a date the following week - Friday, April 15th. Then, on April 12th, we decided to add in the walkway. I called his office and asked if it was too late to add in the work for the walkway? His assistant, Mary (who was very nice and very helpful) called Juan and called me back. He said it was not a problem but that I had to choose the pavers so he could get them ordered. I sent in the choices on Tuesday morning. Then I got an email asking if they could begin work on Thursday, April 14th, because adding the driveway would most likely take an extra day. No problem on this end. April 14th arrived and his team was here waiting in their truck at 7am. At about 7:20 they started working to begin the demo of the driveway. Juan arrived about 8:15 or so to supervise the start of the project and make sure everyone was on the same page. He stayed until the demo was completed and left at about 11:30. Approximately every half hour beginning at 8am, another truck came up with more supplies, brick paver deliver, sand delivery, 2x4 supplies, demo equipment, etc. They began putting the border pavers on the stoop first thing while the other guys were busy demoing the driveway. By 12:00 they driveway cement had been removed, put into a dump truck, cleaned up and taken away. The concrete was schedule to arrive at 1:00 that day. So they worked through lunch to make sure the sand was leveled, the driveway was broadened a bit, gravel was laid and wire was put down for support. They also put rebar from our garage floor into the new concrete driveway for added support. We found a washed out/eroded hole under our garage floor where the driveway had cracked and was sinking on the right side. They filled that hold up with cement when they poured it. Once the front stoop was paved, all the team was working on the driveway together. At 12:30ish the concrete truck arrived early. They finished up installing the wire and began pouring concrete about 12:45. It was a smooth running machine team making it all come together, leveling and tying in the walkway at the proper level for the brick pavers to meet the top edge of the new concrete. Each step of the way, they made sure to not ruin the grass edge as much as possible, take care not to ruin my plants and always cleaned up extra soil and/or rocks, concrete etc to keep the area looking nice. By the end of the first day, the driveway was finished and the front stoop was done. They left at about 5:30 that evening. On Friday they arrived again at 7:30 and 2 guys began paving the rest of the walkway. They determined that a border would work with our narrow walkway and began making it all come together. A few hours later, another guy arrived with a truck and began to clean up left over sand and dirt that was no longer needed. The clean up process was ongoing every step of the way. At about 4:00 the pavers were done and the sand was being put on and the area was being cleaned up completely. The wood edges of the driveway were removed earlier and now dirt was placed back into the area surround the driveway. They tried their best to replant some grass and on all the edges put lots of grass seed down to complete the project. They leveled out our plant bed, cleaned out over flow cement, took out small rocks and debris and made it look wonderful. Saturday morning (today) Juan came by to do a walk through and make sure we were happy with the outcome. We chatted and discussed with Juan the details that his team used to make sure that everything was perfect. We have been extremely happy with the caliber of professionalism, work ethic and attention to detail that Juan and his team provided for this project. In fact, on Friday, 2 of our neighborhood residents made a point to walk down and talk with the team and get their card. Juan was here today to stop by one of their homes! Everyone in our neighborhood was impressed with the speed in which they were able to accomplish the work while maintaining cleanliness during the work. I hope they get more business in our neighborhood from people stopping by to check our our new curb appeal!!! Thank you Juan, Mary and your team for doing a wonderful job and looking out for our best interests.