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I first read about the aforementioned company on this website, my only reaction is that he sounded too good to be true.
When you hire Rocco, you get about 4 well fitting hats in one. A very honourable and ethical gentlemen, a real expert on building permits and regulations who is proactive and sees the job through from start to finish, a man with substantial contracting experience, and a crafstman who has a great sense of aesthetics. And a businessman who is totally responsive and works at the speed of light and anticipates the problems before you do.
Prior to hiring Rocco, we were using an architect with a masters degree from Stanford. The Stanford architects drawings after months of prodding him looked like a Kenners easy bake oven which took months to do. Both his work and his excellent character leave nothing to be desired. You never have to prod him. I wish I had some friends like him. I can only speak well of him.
He makes a complicated process seamless with a lot of grace and charm. I would not hesitate to hire him again. He just loves his work, that comes through loud and clear. Perhaps he is a descendant of Michael Angelo, it would not surprise me. If everyone in business had his fundamental respect for his clients needs, the court system wouldn't be clogged up.
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