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Hired 27 times
5 years in business
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honest and referred me to another tile person better fit for my need.Aug 4, 2019Verified
Fireplace and Chimney Cleaning or Repair
Sam is just an honest stone mason that knows his craft. I was very comfortable working with him. It took a little bit to order and get the right piece for the job but dealing with him made my parents and me feel reassured that the job will be done in the right manner. I would use Sam again with out a second thought! I think the lime stone chimney crown looks great and as suggested by Sam will last a life time. He stands by his word and workmanship. If you need a mason that treats you professionally with great mannerism and detailed masonry this is the one person you want to hire!Oct 2, 2018Verified
Brick or Stone Repair
Anderson Restoration repaired my brick steps. The quality of the work is excellent. They look better than new. I highly recommend them and will employ again if the need should arise. My neighbors are all impressed and envious. They did a really nice job.Apr 17, 2018Verified
Sam was professional, trustworthy, did quality work and just seems like an all around good guy. He is also responsive, which is a rarity these days.Apr 4, 2018Verified
Brick or Stone Repair
This review is based on speed of estimate and clarity of what the estimate includes.May 18, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We are usually not the lowest bid. I stand behind my work 100%, and am not done until you are completely satisfied!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I give a free inspection and estimate. I will come by and do my inspection. Once the inspection is complete I will call, email, or if you are there tell you what I have seen. I will propose a labor and material price, and explain how we will perform the task.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I started as a laborer in international laborers union. I began doing masonry restoration and joined the bricklayers union. I took advantage of all school and training they had to offer. I was fortunate enough to work with some very knowledgeable Masons.