Spawled and heaved driveway replacement
Driveway & sidewalk replacement
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When coming out to give an estimate they noticed areas that needed to be addressed, suggested ways to keep the concrete from cracking and educated us on different concrete. They were not our least expensive quote, but we had confidence that they knew what they were doing! Thank you Driveways4Less! Our new driveway looks beautiful!Aug 30, 2017Verified
600 square foot concrete driveway. Timely, On budget. Professional.Nov 21, 2015Verified
Highly recommend Rodney and his crew. Rodney was beyond helpful. I had a lot of hoops and delays with getting things permitted with the city, and he was always patient and helpful with getting the info I needed to get the project done to city requirements. I got eight other quotes, this was the most thoroughly vetted and clearly communicated. I ran it by other friends in construction who confirmed the quote I got here was the one that was the right way to put in the driveway, and the cost was the most reasonable for the work as well. The crew was prompt, friendly, and professional. I'm grateful for the good work.May 16, 2019Verified
Clear communication. Responsive. Professional. Beautiful job and fair price. Rodney and his team were here when they said they would be here and they did the job in the amount of time they proposed. We absolutely would work with them again.Jul 9, 2018Verified
Rodney and his crew were top notch! The estimate identified every aspect of our project and gave details which were lacking in other estimates obtained. My husband is an engineer, so details of the project were paramount to our selection process.Jul 26, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We focus on driveways and garage floors, exclusively. Our pricing is very competitive on those types of projects, when compared to others who follow the same process. I’ve yet to meet a contractor in this market that does.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?That same as working with a 3rd or 4th time customer: 1) educate clients so they understand why we do each step and why it matters, and 2) communicate through the process.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I personally attend certified training at the World of Concrete convention every year.