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Grove City Interlocking Patio Paver Professionals

Browse these interlocking pavers with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Grove City.

  • 4 years in business
  • 184 hires on Thumbtack
Daniel K.
Verified review

Resanded paver patio and did an outstanding job

Sunny Ridge
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Debbie S.
Verified review

We recently had Philip Evangelisti, of Sunny Ridge, complete a paver patio for our new home. I originally reached out through Thumbtack for someone to build a patio. Philip was the first of several contractors to respond to my request. My husband and I set up a time to meet with Philip to discuss our requirements. He arrived in a timely manner, and presented himself in a very professional manner. I already had a basic design in mind, so Philip worked off of that plan to finalize a drawing for us. He made numerous suggestions as to the best way to approach our project, as well as helping to guide us regarding what type of materials would best serve our purpose. After a couple of meetings with Philip and obtaining a quote for the work, we felt confident that he could take on the project and do a great job. Let me mention that we often like to hire entrepreneurs in order to help them get started in their business and allow them to hone in on their skills. With that desire in mind, we hired Philip to build our patio. Although he is a little young, he has quite a bit of experience and knowledge in numerous areas. Our faith in his skills indeed paid off. Philip worked with us throughout the entire project to make sure that we were informed about what, why, and how he was doing things. Since we were building a portion of our patio over the top of a concrete slab, it was necessary for him to make modifications in order to have one continuous flat patio upon completion. My husband and I shopped for the necessary supplies, and even had a couple of calls with him to make sure that what we were getting would work. (These calls were on a weekend, and while he was out of town, but he was more than happy to talk with us.) We set up delivery of our supplies, and Philip promptly got started on our project. He often hired his brother to help him with the job. The two of them worked hard, in the hot summer heat, and completed the patio in a timely manner. Philip knew what he was doing, he knew how to do it, and took great care each step of the way. I made a modification to the way we were going to have our steps, and Philip just took it in stride and worked with us to make it work. He even went with us to purchase the supplies and helped us figure out what we needed. We are EXTREMELY pleased with our patio, and have received numerous compliments about how beautiful it turned out. Unfortunately I did not take pictures of the completed project before we put everything on the patio, but I believe you will see just how awesome it looks from these pictures. In conclusion, I would not hesitate to hire Philip again if we would have any other project. I also would certainly recommend him to anyone that is looking to hire a contractor. His prices are more than fair, he often went above and beyond what was required, and he is willing to work hard to get the job done in a professional and timely manner. Debbie Scott

Roland L. Moore
4.7
from 3 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Mike B.
Verified review

Roland installed brick paver patios for 6 homes in our development. His work was very good and pricing very fair. He takes great in making sure the project is completed to the customer's satisfaction. I would recommend his services.

Schoenberger LLC
5.0
from 1 review
    Charlotte E.
    Verified review

    Schoenberger Lawn Care has been servicing my lawn for over a year. They do great professional work. I love my new Paver Patio and Flowerbeds. My home looks better than it ever has thanks to their service.

    J & C Landscapes

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      About

      J&C Landscapes is a small, family-owned business specializing in hardscape installations such as paver patios and retaining walls. We pride ourselves on our great customer service, reasonable prices, and always free estimates. We specialize in custom-designed patios, retaining walls, and landscape stone, and we can take care of all your outdoor needs. We will work with you on every step of the design to incorporate any of your landscape ideas into the final design. Our goal is your satisfaction, from start to finish. Please email or call us to find out about our great specials or to schedule your free in-person estimate today.

      About

      I offer new patio installations, landscape design, installation, pruning, mulching and weeding, and old patio restoration services.

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      Need a Deck Repair Professional

      Columbus, OH

      • Issue
        Other (repair 19'x19' existing brick patio)
      • Deck material
        Other (brick in a sand base)
      • Deck size
        Large (more than 300 sq ft)
      • Materials provided
        Yes, I will provide the materials and parts
      • Age of building
        50-99 years old
      • Insurance claim coverage
        No, the project is not covered by an insurance claim
      • Property Type
        House
      • Details
        I have an existing brick patio that is 19'x19' and a curved walkway that is 32"x40'. The wood frame around the patio needs to be replace and the sand base needs to be repacked. Then the bricks need to be re installed. As well as repairing the brick walk way.
      • $1025
        Average price
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