I don’t recommend D A Gracey. They did not build my landscaping job to the quality Gracey implied they would. They put in a cedar fence and all the nail holes bled & stained the fence. They put in wood filler to try to stop the bleeding nail holes. I learned after the fact how a builder cuts corners when building a fence. See #8 in this link http://www.hancockfence.com, under Top 10 Fence.
They told me a cross brace on the fence gate was not needed and that the gate would not sag over time. Wrong. My original landscaper, Aiki Landscaping, who I would have hired if he had not retired, did it right. He put the cross brace in the gate he built, and after 9 years, his gate is still square. The D A Gracey built gate was sagging and dragging on the ground after 3 years. You can see it is sagging and is no longer square.
The fence posts were not installed correctly and were wobbling after 4 years.
Gracey was not on site managing the build on a daily basis. That should have been my first clue that the job was not going to be built to the standards he had implied when he quoted the job.
The interlock pavers were also not installed correctly. Again, I learned this after the job was done.
Proper edge restraints for pavers were not used, and 8” to 10” steel spikes were definitely not used. Instead they poured a bead of concrete along the top of the dirt. After 4 years of Canadian weather the pavers shifted & separated.