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Level On The Level

Beavercreek, OR

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Hi, our web site has many pictures, levelonthelevel.com....John

About Level On The Level

Our services include excavation, backhoe and all-tractor work.

Free estimates and local references are available. We have combined old-world experience in the housing industry for more than 75 years.

Call us for all of your home and farm needs, e.g. barn and home demolition, horse arenas, electric hydraulic gate openers, field dicsing, , French drains, and horse corrals. Complete kitchen remodel, real wood decks,

We have the following:

* a new 50-hp tractor equipped with auger (fence post and tree holes)
* back blade (gravel spreading, dirt and leveling)
* back hoe (11-ft. depth and fast for pulling out stumps)
* box blade
* brush hog (clearing fields of berries and thick weeds)
* front loader (3000-lbs limit)
* landscape rake
* log splitter
* pallet forks (stacking hay and firewood)
* rototiller
7 yard dump truck
13 yard dump truck
Road grader/tractor attachment
gas compacter

We do most kinds of farm/home work. Depending on distance, minimum is four hours. Depending on the work, we charge by bids or by the hour (starting at $65). We don't have drop-off or move-on fees!

Remember that we are licensed, bonded, insured, and extremely capable of handling farm/home needs in a mature, professional, and timely manner.

Thank you for looking.

The Dinino Brothers
CCB license #189688

Location

21796 S Lower Highland Rd
Beavercreek, OR 97004

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  • 1/5 stars May 1, 2013

    John committed to showing up to do work on a certain day to do some tractor. This was planned 1 month in advance. We had all of the materials delivered, plans drawn, and services aligned. He emailed the day before to say he was now not able to show up, even though he had committed to that day.
    He SUCKS! ruined all the hard work and planning we had done.
    I would look for a more reliable person to do your work. John, is just full of it and will string you along.

    John D. from Level On The Level replied to this review on May 4, 2013:

    Well, well, well, Mr. Potty mouth, I see they made you clean up your review!! I am not God [LUCKY YOU}, AND I CAN NOT CONTROL THE RAIN. All my jobs are weather permitting. Soon as I found out things were going south you were the first to know with 48 hours to spare. My first complaint in over 40 years of working for myself and I did not even work for you. In hind sight I am glad I did not work for you. Big talking men like yourself are usually insulting to your wife, mean to your kids, and yell at the dog. The only thing I am sorry about is that your family has to live with a jerk like you. JOHN DININO

  • 5/5 stars September 30, 2012

    Extended a gravel drive, widened our drive, put in a culvert on our drive... We requested additional work above the quoted work. Extremely fair in the price for both the base job & the added work.

    I don't think they will get rich this way, but I bet they can sleep at night!! They are the Good Guys!!

  • 5/5 stars September 12, 2010

    John and Bob have done pasture and driveway work for us. They show up well equiped and ready to work. We are very pleased with their work and integrity. If you want a trustwothy contractor with good work ethics, give them a call.

  • 5/5 stars August 25, 2010

    Great, friendly and professional work from start to finish! I needed a variety of things done at my place including...arena work/leveling, a new fence line, tilling and pasture drainage. I was very pleased with the workmanship as well as very competitive pricing, I would definitely call them again :)

    Ryann

  • 5/5 stars August 24, 2010

    John is qualified, courteous and reliable. I have re-hired him and continue to be well-satisfied with his work.

Question and answer

Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. Drive-way repairs or new, French drains, grading, tilling, brush hogging, barn addition/demos, round pens, electric gate openers,...We can do most anything on the farm or in the farm house and barn.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Find someone that will work with you, [not that easy] Check out how he keeps his equipment. Make sure HE does the work.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Dirt is heavy. There is allways a bigger tractor that can do the job. You have to way the pros and cons. Tractors are great, they are fast but they allmost allways need ground help to give the job a finish look. It is very hard for just the tractor and driver to get that look on their own. Most the time you need another guy on the ground or in the trench.

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. Does our tractor fit on your property. A 3 foot gate will not work. We need a good 7 feet to fit through.

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. We work with the home owner. We prefer the customer to be home as we have found even best thought out plans need to evolve once work begins. We are not primadonna tractor operators with an attitude. We enjoy the inter-action between us and the customer.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. We are outside for the most part. People in Oregon are MUCH nicer then the people we worked with in Los Angles for over 25 years. And I get to do, what took me the first half of my life to get to.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. Are you guys with Z Z TOP? No, we just like beards.....

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. It is not easy. We may make it look easy, but there are so many considerations in my head when I am behind the tractor wheel...and that is the main reason you will not see me with a cell phone when I am on the job. The job that I am working gets 100% of my attention. Not that we don't line jobs up. We save that for our day off, not when we are on your job.

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. I did'nt....I was born with diesel for blood.....It is something I have allways wanted to do...

Q. Tell us about a recent job you did that you are particularly proud of.

A. Complete kitchen remodel, see the pictures at our web site. We ran all new water, electric, plumbing, floor, drywall, cabinets, best to see the pictures. Repaired a 1/2 mile drive way with a 33% grade, [steep]. The owner said it was the first time since they bought the house they could use the drive way in winter. We hear that often. We have pulled out tree stumps other tractor drivers could not. We brush hog where others are afraid. And sadly, we will help out customers with old family pets when the time comes....

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