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19 years in business
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Patio or porch,
Ryan Rall Concrete is very professional he poored a patio for my grandma an did an excellent job in a timely manner, I would definitely use his services againSep 7, 2018
I’ve had Ryan do more than a few jobs for me, his concrete work is excellentSep 6, 2018
Ryan treats every job as if it was his house. Never cuts corners on any project. He does excellant work I will be using him for years to come !!Sep 7, 2018
Ryan was very flexible and willing to work with every client request. In addition to providing a plumb and level foundation, he went the extra mile in lots of different ways, from binding jobsite plans to helping with other material handling that wasn’t his responsibility.Sep 21, 2018
Excellent work, done in a timely manner. Competitive pricing.Sep 7, 2018
License Type: C8 - Concrete Contractor (CA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The first thing they should know about our pricing is that it is in line or reflective of a Licensed Concrete Contractor , not a fy by night guy. Also I mean What I Say & Say What Mean 🙂🙂 And the last thing I say with all seriousness and the Utmost Respect . But "Good Work Aint Cheap & Cheap Work Aint Good". This doesn't mean Iam super expensive either. It just means now more than ever especially with Concrete, you get what you pay for .
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?My typical process for new Customers or any customers for that matter. Is that they will contact me & we'll have a phone consultation, usually ending with setting up an appointment to meet them and go over the project. At which point I will go back to my office put together an estimate/Proposal and email it to them. If they're happy with the Proposal then we'll schedule a start date . 🙂
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I dont have any formal training per say. I dont know of any trade schools for Concrete at all ever. But the best kind of training is on the Job Training working side by side next to a Journeyman Concrete Man. Experience is the Best Training!