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LARRY T RUSH STONE COVERINGS
L.T. Rush Stone did a fireplace feature wall makeover for me in the fall of 2019. They installed stone veneer on my wall, built a new a new hearth, converted my fireplace to a gas insert. Troy, one of their salespeople, partnered with me to help me plan the final design and was always super-fast to answer questions I had. The artistry of the stone installers was superb; the separate crew that installed the gas insert was A+ as well. the beauty of what they crafted often brings a smile and relaxing comfort to the end of a hard day when I retire to the family room. It would be hard to be L.T. Rush Stone’s reasonable prices and top-notch customer service. I’m planning to use them for more projects again in a few years to veneer over and/or replace brick accents on the outside of the house.
- Jeff W.
Soni Singh Masonry, Inc. MyPatio.com
Soni Singh Masonry does amazing stone work. This is the second time I’ve hired this company for work on my home. 6 years ago Soni and his team installed a flagstone patio with lighting as well as a firepit. This year I hired him to install stone veneer to my stamped concrete foundation on my entire home including a basement walkout with stairs. I already had existing stone work in the front of my home from the builder and wanted this beautiful look to extend throughout the rest of my home. He was able to match up the stone, top sill, and grout perfectly, and it was done with precision and quality. His team are not only experts in their craft, but also cleaned up every day and took such great care of my home. I never had to worry, or feel like I had to supervise them while they were working. I was so impressed with how they would explain the project and answer any questions I had. Soni also kept me informed daily, and was always available to answer any questions I had throughout the work. They were timely with completion of the job, and I was extremely thrilled with the outcome of the beautiful stone work. I highly recommend this company. Soni by far has been the best contractor/person I’ve ever worked with on any project in my home.
- Andrea M.
Soni Singh Masonry, Inc. MyPatio.com
They gave a good price without a lot of haggling, the did the work quickly and without a huge mess. We requested that they keep the stone grinding away from our screened porch and they were happy to do it. They are very serious about quality. One of the family members was on site the entire time which showed their commitment to the project. They laid every stone with thought and care. I saw him fix a few extra items on my old stone. never mentioned it or asked for anything. It is great to see a family business like this succeed.
- Angela M.
Capital Masonry LLC
It went very well indeed. Two masons worked dawn to dusk for 3 days on the two areas in need of repair. Matched up everything perfectly, including the color of the mortar. Cleaned up the site afterwards. Definitely a job well done!
- Patricia B.
FOSTER MASONRY, INC
They did the job correctly and in a timely way. They were very good about getting the colors of stone I wanted.
- William R.
American Exteriors & Masonry
This is an initial review. If the situation improves, I will revise my rating. As you read the below, keep in mind this is supposed to be a one month job. CEO/President is Mr. Carmen Pretopapa. Contract sign date: Sept 10, 2019. Estimated start date Oct 10, 2019 & completion Nov 10, 2019. I paid $11,000 at contract signing. (Of note, the DPOR license number on the contract is off by one digit, assume this is unintentional). The goal was to make my house look identical to the same model one block away. CEO suggested I travel to Frederick Block, Brick & Stone to select brick and front stoop materials, and an employee at Frederick Block immediately recognized a photo of the example house brick as “Cortez.” CEO and lead mason Franklin came to conduct a “walk-around and final measurements.” On that day, Franklin asserted at least twice to me and CEO that the brick veneer project required a cement footer, but CEO dismissed this. I queried CEO several times about this later, but he said this was not necessary. On Oct 8, 2019, I wrote another check for $11,000 prior to start of work, per contract terms. Soon thereafter, four pallets of Cortez bricks, a long steel “L” beam, bags of mortar, a pile of sand, and a dumpster were delivered, taking up both sides of the driveway. On Oct 14, 2019, the crew cut and bolted an L beam to the front foundation, removed first floor vinyl siding, and put up Tyvek. Then, mysteriously, they didn't return. I called repeatedly, but no one responded. Finally, in frustration, on Nov 1, 2019, I drove to their office at 26 Fairfax St, SE, Leesburg to ask why no one was working. CEO stated “to protect me and him,” he determined the project needed a building permit. He said he’d hired a structural engineer, who unfortunately passed away, and was waiting for word on a replacement. I reluctantly signed a blank Loudoun County building permit. After waiting for a replacement to be designated, CEO gave up and hired another structural engineering firm. An engineer came to the house Nov 11, 2019 to collect data needed for the permit. The permit was approved Dec 12, 2019. CEO notified me the crew would resume work Jan 2, 2020. (Meanwhile I had begged them to remove the dumpster since no one was working; a car was trapped in the garage since Oct 8th. The dumpster was finally removed November 18th. ) The masonry crew worked Jan 2 and 6, 2020, digging a trench ten feet deep. On Jan 6, they also removed siding from the north and west sides of the garage and the front door surround (pediment & pilasters). The next day, the snowstorm that closed the Federal Gov't arrived. The front door and wood sheathing had no protection from the elements, but the piles of clay were covered in tarps! I requested a barrier such as orange snowfence, which would be reusable, be installed to ensure small children that lived behind me and across the street from falling into trenches. Two rows of caution tape were installed. The masons laid narrow cinder blocks on Jan 10 & Jan 12; this was promptly approved by the County. On Jan 17, 2020 the crew returned to fill in trenches to within two feet of the surface. At various dates in the interim, an employee came to transfer the pile of spreading sand in my driveway and yard (wrong color) into the dumpster. After another gap in no work, I requested a meeting with CEO Pretopapa. I was told he was no longer involved in my project, and had turned it over to General Manager Nate Hill. I met with Nate and another employee to come up with a revised schedule (the first since the contract version and something I’d requested for months). When Nate laid eyes on the property, he stated it needed to be cleaned up (since there were 4 x 8 sheets of plywood lying in the yard and equipment scattered about. He stated OSHA regs would be followed on this job. He even said the driveway needs to be powerwashed. I was ecstatic. Sparky installed black plastic sheeting (not my choice of color but better than nothing) over the front door area and exposed wood sheathing. Nate sent a draft schedule Feb 17th, asked for my input. I added more detail (such as key milestones when county inspections would be required, after receiving the County’s advice). I added we need to amend the contract to reflect current status since items are no longer valid (for example, the contract stated no permit required, the schedule was outdated by months, and the structural engineer’s drawings need to be made a part of the contract). I also added an item to the scope of work as compensation for five months of delays: the crew would furnish and install, at no expense to me, bluestone pavers in the area in front of the steps, in the same pattern as the front stoop. The masonry crew did not work at all in February 2020. To his credit, on Feb 27, a cold and windy day, an employee removed vinyl siding on the upper story. Unfortunately he threw my shutters into the dumpster, saying they were damaged. They were not. I pulled them out and took photos. The lower level 90” shutters were carefully removed by the crew on Oct 14, 2019, and I had washed and tediously repainted them in a custom color approved by the HOA. After being thrown in the dumpster, they were definitely not reusable. That was the last straw. March 10, 2020 will mark six months since the contract was signed for what CEO originally stated would take 30 days. Even accounting for bad weather, this is unacceptable. The last few days, I’d been sending photos of my house to Nate, Sparky, and Carmen so they could be reminded of what the neighbors and I are forced to look at every day. Today, I decided to put their business sign prominently in front. Mysteriously, sometime today it disappeared. I guess they are embarrassed, too. At this point, I am out $22,000 and not one brick has been laid. I put off major home renovation projects such as this until I had retired so I could monitor the work. If I had foreseen this company would do nothing for four months, I would have postponed retirement from September to January. That’s not only four months lost pay, but other projects I have planned (including a contract also signed in September for new vinyl siding) are being delayed by the inaction of this contractor. Looking at my house now, it is no surprise that some in the neighborhood think it is vacant and condemned. After six months, I hope Mr. Pretopapa or Mr. Hill will move my project to be at the top of the company’s priorities, and we can both move on with our lives.
- Jean K.
Allen Home Masonry
Mairtin is a Stone artist. The job was to reface a brick fireplace with stone veneer and install an owner provided reclaimed wood mantel. Before choosing Mairtin, I interviewed a number of other local area Masons. What impressed me about Mairtin was his knowledge of masonry, his creative ideas for making the best out of the stone veneer, and his low pressure sales tactics. He was very professional and provided a proposal that was well within our budgeted plan. When he arrived to perform the work, he quickly tackled the project and you could see his skill and artistry immediately. He made our stone fireplace look fantastic. I would highly recommend him to anyone who is looking for a fine stone mason who will do whatever it takes to get the job right and to meet or exceed the owners expectations.
- Brian D.
American Exteriors & Masonry
The quality of the materials is great as was the workmanship. Typical delays were encountered with weather and in some cases material be late from the manufacturer. The roof went on first and was done within 2 days. These workers new their stuff and did an excellent job of cleaning up afterwards as well. The Chimney and Walkway projects both exceeded my expectations and both look amazing. The new doors took the longest to get from the factory, however these were not "stock" doors from a box store. Everything was installed solidly and professionally.
- Richard M.
Carlos worked with us to make sure that we understood our options for the project, came to the quarry to assist in selecting the stone and even dug through the seconds that the quarry had so that we could purchase a better quality capstone at a lower price. He found ways to work with an existing concrete wall so that the project pieces blended seamlessly. He and his crew showed up promptly every day, worked efficiently, made minimal impact on the site and left it clean and beautiful when it was finished. We screened many contractors prior to working with Mr. Lux and were happy with both the quality of his work and his earnestness.
- Suzanne N.
Myron Kremer'S Masonary
Myron and his team did an excellent job. He came out before the job to take a look at what we had, which was veneer brick that was falling off our house. He explained the options for what could be done, including the option for us to strip off the brick ourselves, which would save a good bit of money (and is what we eventually did). He even loaned us an electric chisel, free of charge, to do some of the stripping. Once the old brick was off, we purchased the new natural stone and mortar mix from Frederick Block, and Myron and his team got to work. They arrived early every day, were always polite and professional, and finished the job on time. And even better, the new stone looks absolutely fantastic and has held up well. An added bonus - about halfway through the job, Myron mentioned to us that the pallets of stone we had purchased didn't seem to be covering the amount of square footage that they should've. He suggested we mention this to Frederick Block, to see what they might be able to do about it. We did so, a rep from FB came out to check out the job, and we were given the additional stone required to finish the job free of charge. Excellent customer service from FB, and they asked to come out and photograph the job, as it looked so beautiful. Another testament to Myron's excellent work! In sum, I'd highly recommend Myron. He's honest and fair, and his work is excellent quality.
- Emily G.
The overall outcome of this project was satisfactory, but far from excellent. The company is one of Maryland Pools' recommended builders of pool decks and associated masonry. In general, the craftsmen are capable, however attention to detail and careful oversight were lacking. The office manager responded promptly to email and phone messages. The pool, which already had been filled when the deck was begun, was inadequately protected (the plastic cover they provided was too small), and as a result, a great deal of construction debris and dirt collected in the deep end. This was left to the owner (me) to clean up on numerous diving expeditions. Symmetry of flagstone dividers in the concrete deck was incorrect, which required re-do work, and details of the surrounding rim of flagstone led to an incomplete appearance in one area. Cleanup was fairly good, but work schedules were erratic and clearly related more to expediency of crew management than owner need. Some finish flashing and minor repair to the house's siding were not completed at the time of the job, but they did send some men out later to address this when I emailed to remind them. There was one very unprofessional altercation between the owner of the company and the driver of the cement truck (a separate, cement supply company) pouring the deck. No job this large is going to go perfectly, however I felt that better supervision and attention to detail would have led to a higher final quality. Might use them again, but more likely would try a different firm next time.
- Stephen S.
American Exteriors & Masonry
Working with these guys was a pleasure. Nate helped get our designs right, and Israel listened to our concerns and followed through all the way to the end. The masonry guys are artists and did such a quality job with the concrete porch. We love the final result of the stone veneer, paver pathway, and soldier course around the entire porch. These guys really know what they're doing. We're very happy with our new porch and will enjoy it for years to come. American Exteriors and Masonry are recommended!
- Steven N.
Phoenix Home Services Inc
I requested an estimate online through their website. Within a few minutes Clint Asmar called me to schedule an appt. That was very impressive. Clint met with us at our home and was very knowledgeable about possible design ideas as well as how this project could/would tie into future projects we are considering. Within a couple days he had a written estimate as well as a visual design. Phoenix was one of 4-5 estimates we received. They were not the absolute highest, but were in the upper-middle area. We decided to go with Phoenix because of their references as well as Clint's ideas. Within 5-6 weeks Neil Mohammed (our project manager) contacted us to set up a meeting to discuss placement as well as construction. Neil was great throughout the whole process. He answered all of our questions and kept us informed along the way. One of the major considerations we had while comparing vendors was whether to use flagstone or pavers. Pavers can certainly be less costly but we did not want the ongoing maintenance. The other consideration was whether to dry-set the flagstone or set them on concrete with mortar. Again, dry-setting the stone is less costly, but again we did not want the ongoing maintenance. Now that the project is complete, we are very glad we decided to set on concrete with Mortar. In the end, it was completely worth it. We now have beautiful, solid projects that we are proud of. Phoenix Home Services will definitely be considered for our future projects.
- Robert H.
Ace Deck & Fence
We used Ace Deck & Fence initially to replace an existing chain link fence with a 6ft. wood privacy fence in our backyard. That project went very well so we decided to hire them again to put a stone veneer on our cinder block retaining wall. The crew was very punctual and began work right away. They pointed out an issue with the retaining wall leaning out and recommended rebuilding a new wall. I spoke with Ali (one of the owners) and he worked with us on a fair price for replacing the wall. The new wall, stone veneer, and capstone turned out better than anticipated. We now have a nice capstone on our retaining wall that we can use as seating when guest come over. The hideous cinder block retaining wall is now a nice decorative feature that ties together our stone patio and walkway.
- George B.
Bright Construction Group
Bright Masonry came to my rescue after so many bad contractors and made a showcase appearance to my house. Their stone veneer job has been the talk of the neighborhood as everyone stops to look at my house now. I cannot be more pleased with Rui Domingues and his crew that effected a stellar performance and work product the envy of the neighborhood. From start to finish this major job from porch/addition foundation,crawl space to total exterior stone veneer facade with piers and steps to blue stone porch walk was handled masterfully and their pricing was spot on very reasonable. The painstaking care and attention was mind blowing from start to finish. The construction was pristine remarkable and I believe cannot be matched by anyone else in the industry. These guys made sure that what you wanted you got and they were the kindest folks I ever had to deal with. I would highly recommend Bright Masonry as a 5 star company and can't wait for them to include my home on their website. For those interested my home is the only one on Alpine Drive in Annandale, VA with a red metal roof and you are welcome to see it for yourself. Bright Masonry poured the foundation for my porch and the new kitchen addition with crawlspace (June 2011) and afterwards (July 2012) stone veneered the front and sides of my home, built stone piers with limestone caps and placed a variegated blue stone surface to the porch walk and the steps they built. They did such an awe inspiring job that I contracted them again (October 2012) to remove my entire asphalt driveway from street to rear patio and place pavers atop the new concrete base they laid.; had them landscape the front of my house and lay paver walkways to both my front porch entrance ways. This additional job was also so fantastic that neighbors stop and comment at the superb curb appeal I now showcase.
- Michael M.
JP Companies Inc
The bidding and contacting process went very smoothly, representatives were timely and responsive. Construction started and finished as scheduled. During the layout of the concrete driveway forms, the contractor was very responsive in accommodating some very specific slope and drainage requirements I had. The stone walkway abutted some existing stone paving that was to remain. The blending of the new to the old was done very well. Overall I was was very pleased with the professionalism and communication before and during the construction and I am very pleased with the final product.
- Thomas A.
Green Lady Masonry and Remodeling LLC
Amazing as always. I am a loyal customer of Deborah and her team. In 2018, they installed beautiful stone veneer on my house and added a gorgeous raised bed that greatly enhanced the beauty and value if my home. This year they replaced the cracked concrete footing and installed beautiful stone patio pavers making my home inviting. Deborah and Gerardo are a pleasure to work with; they are very knowledgeable in their craft. They are thorough and deliver quality work with excellent service at a great price. I highly recommend them.
- Kathy M.
The crew did a great job. Once they started they didn't finish until everything was complete, sometimes working late into the evening. They also worked on the weekend so they could take advantage of good weather. They paid attention to details and went out of their way to ensure I was pleased with the outcome. The salesmen, estimators, owner, and crew were all a pleasure to work with.
- Aaron S.
Alone among the five contractors that gave us estimates, Mr. Dustin was the only contractor who observed the stone wall in the back of our house and proposed matching the stones in color on our porch, therefore, taking a holistic approach. The completed job is beautiful. We are very pleased with the work done by Potomac Masonry and recommend them highly.
- Mary E.
Environmental Enhancements, Inc.
The workers from Environmental Enhancements arrived on time each day. They had an accurately drawn plan that addressed our desires for the job and followed it to the letter. Following a clean up of the yard, they formed up the patio/slab extension and poured the concrete, then busied themselves with the additional landscaping changes we ordered. On the second day, they began laying the flagstone on the slab, which because of the care they used took the full day really began to look beautiful. Especially interesting was the field-stone veneer put on the face of the concrete steps -- excellent. Once the stone had set in the dry mix, they grouted the entire job, again showing really great care in doing it correctly. We will certainly call Environmental Enhancements again for any masonery or landscaping need we have.
- John T.
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