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Lakewood Mudjacker

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Gonzalez Construction llc.
from 46 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 66 hires on Thumbtack
Thumbtack Customer
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Daniel & his team did a nice job with my remodel, converting my living room into a bedroom & enlarging bathroom to accommodate my elderly mother. They completed the job before Thanksgiving, as requested. Quality of the work was very good.

Eagle Concrete, LLC
from 26 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 35 hires on Thumbtack
David G.
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Job: Tore out and replaced existing driveway and installed a new sidewalk. Ismael and his crew did a great job, I am really glad I hired Eagle Concrete. They were prompt and professional with their bid. I rcvd bids from three different companies, and his wasn't the cheapest, but his reviews were excellent and he was the only one still using rebar in the driveway. He showed up at 630 am and started working. The rest of his crew arrived by 8 and they finished same day. They did an outstanding job cleaning up as well. The driveway and sidewalk looks great and I have had positive comments from my neighbors. I definitely recommend them.

American Mudjacking

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  • New on Thumbtack

Serving the Denver Metro area since 1976. We lift up sunken cement floors with a soil-cement grout. This does not decay and you get a 5 year warranty - which, if it hasn't moved in 5 years, it won't ever move. Mudjacking with a soil-cement grout is the way to go. Regardless of how far it has dropped, or how big the void, a two car garage would cost half the price to mudjack with a soil-cement grout but at least double the price to lift using foam, and if there is a large void underneath, the price will go up. Thus leaving the homeowner with a shocking price. Another reason to pick a soil-cement grout is because fewer pilot holes are used, where with foam, there will be several pilot holes - at least one every 2 feet.

DeLuca Landscaping

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Need help in doing a concrete construction for your home's walkway? The team from DeLuca Landscaping can do the job for you. They specialize in landscape designs, walkway, and patio construction.

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