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1. Measure all forms within an inch or so of the specs before pouring concrete. I caught 3 errors and corrected two myself after corrections were made! But yet another error was found after the concrete was poured with the back walkway slab 4" inches farther from the garage wall at one end of the walkway than at the other end 14 feet away. This is not particularly noticeable, yet simple use of an angle iron and a tape measure would help to square the forms before the cement is poured. In addition the slab itself was not squared so that one end was about 2 inches narrower than the other end. This is not particularly noticeable, yet simple use of an angle iron and a tape measure would help to square the forms before the cement is poured. Why not do this? An inch or so off may be acceptable but this did not need to occur since I already pointed out previous measuring errors when putting the forms in place. 2. If there is a special type of finish offered at no charge (such as smooth concrete surrounds around the expansion joints to add an attractive touch compared to the typical broomed finish) then make sure it can be applied before the concrete sets. (This technique was offered but I was told that the weather was too cold to apply as the concrete would not set until after they had left the job site. Yet one hour later, since they were still at the job site, I was told the concrete had set and thus the smooth 4" surrounds around each expansion joint could not be applied. This does not make sense! 3. The workers were generally friendly and had experience, yet would improve if they carried the proper equipment to complete the job, such as having a chalk line with chalk in it (they had to borrow my chalk line and chalk), having a complete set of tools (had to borrow my 8mm socket and universal, losing the socket somewhere on the job), and generally showed an interest in finishing the job details (for example I mentioned removing the 44" wide limestone slab below the garage side entrance door as it was chipped and cracked but they did not do it, so I did it for them so that the cement would reach to the edge of the door). --The owner in fact did say he would take it out for me after I mentioned it on the phone, but why didn't the workers do it since it was obvious when I originally mentioned this to them?) 4. Overall it still came out decent in the end and the cost was reasonable. Overall grade of C-Nov 3, 2018VerifiedAdvanced concrete llc's reply
Warning warning warning you do not want to work for this jackhole worst customer ever great price standing over shoulder constantly never stop talking ill relevant was going to give a free upgrade dealing with the customer would not do it you can't make everybody happy
Price was accurate and fair the first time out - there was no guess work or surprises involved in the price that was quoted. Tim and his crew were on time, every day and were surgical in terms of quality of the job. Tim has an amazing hard-working crew that is totally invested in the work they do. I would recommend them to anyone looking for concrete work.Sep 27, 2018Verified
Brick or Stone Repair
Job: Replace walkway of tiles that had been put on an uneven surface which consequently had cracked. Very professional. Answered all my questions regarding pavers vs the poured stamped concrete. Provided color option to complement existing porch. Reasonably priced, pleasant, all workers and skilled and on time. what more can you ask for. An oh a great result.Dec 30, 2017VerifiedAdvanced concrete llc's reply
Thank you Kia
Concrete Repair and Maintenance
The repair of the wall on the lanai after a plumbing leak in the kitchen was perfect. All we need to do now is paint once the concrete is dry. We will call Tim Mulroy again for work on our lanai concrete floor. Excellent service and exceptional results.Dec 27, 2017VerifiedAdvanced concrete llc's reply
Tim is great communicating when he will come and returning calls. He was always prompt and on time, his crew was polite and efficient. The finished product turned out great.May 4, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?per sq.ft. basic tear out or form and pour depending on the thichness of concrete
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?look at the job bid the job then set a day to do the job and complete job.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?How long its going to take to finish the project.and what there time frame for finishing the project.