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Basement Finishing or Remodeling

Offers remote services
Discounts available
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Edina, MN
We hired Ben Erickson and his crew to repair a landscaping project that the prior owners of our house had completed several years ago. It was a small but complex project and we were delighted with the professionalism and quality of work that Ben brought to the project. Our patio area had settled near the new addition on our house, and consequently rainwater flowed toward the house across the stone patio. Obviously this is not good. The complexity was that besides the incorrect slope of the patio due to settlement, we otherwise enjoyed the aesthetics of the patio and the wooden porch. Ben's team was able to re-grade the patio and re-grade the catch basin system to re-direct runoff away from the house, without making any unnecessary and costly changes to the stone patio or wooden porch. As with any house project, oftentimes unexpected challenges present themselves during the course of the project, and Ben and his crew were excellent at problem solving during the project in order to accomplish the goal. We recommend Ben for other landscaping projects and we plan to use his company for future projects ourselves.See more
We hired Ben Erickson and his crew to repair a landscaping project that the prior owners of our house had completed several years ago. It was a small but complex project and we were delighted with the professionalism and quality of work that Ben brought to the project. Our patio area had settled near the new addition on our house, and consequently rainwater flowed toward the house across the stone patio. Obviously this is not good. The complexity was that besides the incorrect slope of the patio due to settlement, we otherwise enjoyed the aesthetics of the patio and the wooden porch. Ben's team was able to re-grade the patio and re-grade the catch basin system to re-direct runoff away from the house, without making any unnecessary and costly changes to the stone patio or wooden porch. As with any house project, oftentimes unexpected challenges present themselves during the course of the project, and Ben and his crew were excellent at problem solving during the project in order to accomplish the goal. We recommend Ben for other landscaping projects and we plan to use his company for future projects ourselves.

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