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10/10

Whoever put in my original sidewalk installed it so that half of it was slightly below grade. Every winter it was a huge pain as snow melted and and formed inch thick sheets of ice over it. After a few years the lowest section started to crumble and fall apart so I called for estimates. Mario was not the cheapest but he wasn't that far out either and he seemed like he cared the most. His crew was fast and did a great job working with me to make sure my concerns were addressed. They built the new sidewalk up so it was above the highest point in the yard. It looks a little awkward in the photo but looked great once dirt was brought in to regrade the yard so it sloped away from the sidewalk. This year there haven't been any issues with ice forming and it looks great. I will definitely call Mario first if I find myself with another concrete project.

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Company Response

Thanks so much for writing this review Scott. Your project is a good example of the difference between a contractor that is thinking for the long term and one that, well, basically is not thinking at all (sorry but it's true) The sidewalk was not old enough that it should have needed to be removed. It was basically installed at the wrong elevation which was the main cause of the failure. Negative slope and being below grade are both critical mistakes when pouring concrete. I'm glad we were able to rectify the situation for you and things are working properly now. The upgrade from a broom finish to a coloured exposed aggregate finish also made a huge difference in the aesthetics of the project. Great choice!

10/10

After about 2 years of living in my new build I noticed the carpet was starting to bubble pretty badly. I bought a knee-kick stretcher and spent several days getting rid of the bubbles. It was back breaking work and took forever for someone that doesn't really know what they're doing and I could see the seams where I cut out a couple inches in the doorway and rejoined. My work lasted another couple years but the carpet started to bubble again so I called Tim. It took him a few hours to do the upper floor, basement and stairs. The carpet looks new again and the seems where he cut out pieces are invisible. Given the amount of time it took me versus what it cost for Tim to do it, I would choose Tim every time.

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Company Response

Thanks Scott! Carpet is a tough trade and trying to do repairs without a power stretcher is definitely a painful experience. We're always glad with how happy people are with the results.

10/10

Golf ball sized hail destroyed some of our stucco detailing on one side of our house. Next Generation came out and fixed repaired the stucco but an unexpected rain storm arrived and washed away all their work. They came back a couple days later and did it again and it's held up since without any issues.

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