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Plano Retaining Wall Builders

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  • 243 hires on Thumbtack
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Ken G.
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I bought my home in July of 2012. The home didn't have a pantry. I had a space that was going to waste and was of no use at all in my dining room. Dan designed a pantry and used the existing wall beside the refrigerator which separated the dining room from the kitchen. Dan designed and build a pantry for that space. He kept a small part of the molding and fitted the pantry into the molding on two sides so that it appears that the pantry was built into the house as if it was original. I can't say enough good things about the workmanship on this pantry. He noticed that the door had more space at the top than at the bottom. He removed the door and adjusted it so that it fits snugly and perfectly. I would gladly recommend Dan for any design or repair work on any job, large or small. The home also had the original builder toilets in it. I had Dan replace both the master and guest bath toilets. He noticed that one of the toilets had a very small leak. Dan removed the new (and never been used) toilet and took it back to Lowe's and got a new replacement toilet and installed it. This shows the attention to detail that Dan exercises in all that he does.

Gamez Drywall and Repair
4.7
from 154 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 210 hires on Thumbtack
Andrea A.
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He build an interior wall, installed glass door and window.

  • 37 years in business
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
Daniel M.
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The fence they installed is beautiful, very professionally, and carefully installed. I was very impressed with the quality of the work. Also, Len, Dana, and the fence builders are very nice and pleasure to work with.

J-Los World
4.4
from 13 reviews
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
Randall Y.
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Montiel did an amazing job removing a retaining wall from my yard. He works hard and very quickly. My yard looks nice again. Highly recommend. A+

DallasProfessionals
5.0
from 9 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Shellie N.
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John was a rock star contractor for us. He showed up perfectly on-time, knocked out our accent walls project in no time and did a spectacular painting job...and didn't even have to use blue tape. His steady hand was incredible to watch. I'm looking for more projects for him to complete now.

  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Pam and Stennis J.
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Grissom Construction has done a number of jobs for us and for my mother over the last 10-15 years. John Grissom has personally overseen the work done. His high standards have always resulted in complete satisfaction of the work we have contracted with him to perform. He gives accurate estimates and completes work within budget. Work has ranged from designing and building a retaining wall-to building a large covered patio with attached storage-to construction of a pergola-to a complete interior remodel/repair of my mother’s home. His insight and background led him to foresee a potential problem with drainage when pouring our patio and proceeded to adjust the design to avert a problem before it occurred...this has proven to be a huge benefit with the heavy rains we have received since construction, including this year. John Grissom is the FIRST one we call-and the ONLY one we trust-when we are considering any construction project.

I Am Handy
3.8
from 4 reviews
  • 15 years in business
Carmi P.
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I manage apartments and hired Mr, Robertson to do repairs on several bathrooms and to repair and redo some retainer walls and brick flower boxes. He was always on time and he and his employees kept a clean job, His work was excellent and I would recommend him for any job. His work ethic is impeccable. Always friendly and explains everything so that it is easy to understand.

Pristine builders
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Pam E.
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Matt & his crew did several jobs for me. The jobs included building a 40x30 garage, 12'x50' deck, 10'x10' deck for a hottub, a small back porch, arranged for my concrete retaining wall,sidewalk & steps, framing & skirting my 42x64 mobile home with concrete board & even put in a horseshoe pit. The jobs were completed beyond my satisfaction, within budget, & on time. His crew arrived when they said they would be there & worked hard the whole time, always professional & friendly, very easy to work with & cleaned up after themselves. Matt stands behind his work. I had absolutely no problems. I would hire his company again!

Ronnell Houser-Hampton
5.0
from 1 review
    Lawanda H.
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    Residential Landscaping!! Mr. Hampton removed two large trees from my backyard area and put a asphalt driveway it the trees place. Leading from the driveway, which was perfectly leveled considering the lot was on a decline. A paver side walked was installed from driveway to front yard. My front yard he built to figure 8 shaped retainer walls with Pom Pom shrubs centered surrounding a bright variety of flowers and mulch. It is still absolutely beautiful. Two years later he came out and placed a small pond also in a figure 8 shape with a variety of small to medium fish. I received the Neighborhood "Most Beautiful Yard Award" I will definitely referr Mr. Hampton to any and all residential and commercial consumer!!!

    About

    Services include: 1. Stone work 2. Tree trimming or removal and shrub removing 3. Retaining walls 4. Patios, concrete work, etc. 5. Home remodeling/addition/construction 6. Outdoor painting We have been servicing the Dallas/Fort Worth area for over 15 years providing the best in stone, home remodeling, and any type of construction work. We can beat any price and we can guarantee the best in customer satisfaction!!!

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