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Concrete Repairman LLC - ROC# 300512 CR-9

Concrete Repairman LLC.
Reviewed from Google

4.2 out of 5 stars

Bob Kendig
Bob Kendig

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

James and his team at Concrete Repairman came recommended by two other concrete contractors. As a Project manager, I am constantly looking for the best solutions for a variety of construction problems. James is knowledgeable, professional and more than fairly priced. I will recommend him again.

Michael Parham
Michael Parham

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I am a trial lawyer. I have represented good contractors and victims of bad ones in Registrar of Contractors cases. I am familiar with both. Before choosing a contractor I thoroughly check him out, including at the ROC website. I also look at reviews including this and Yelp.

I have a 20 year old house, and started noticing erosion along the stem wall. Knowing this would not fix itself and only get worse if not remedied, I started looking for a contractor that would do the job right. If you are not going to have it done right there is no point in doing it at all.

My research led me to Concrete Repairman LLC. I checked them out with the ROC and they came up clean. Google+ reviews looked fine. There were some Yelp reviews that trashed them.

The negative reviews I saw were from cheapskates complaining about costs.

I met with James, walked the property, identified what needed to be done, and agree on it. Essentially I went along with all of his recommendations. He knows what he is doing and I am paying for his expertise as well as his work.

The job took 10 days including Labor Day weekend. It was done exactly as they promised and completed on time. I added onto the contract an extra requiring more landscape rock at their costs. They just completed it and my yard and stem wall look wonderful. I also watched as they performed every step they agreed to and all were done correctly and in a workmanship manner.

They are not cheap and they will not lower their quality to attract more business. Their experienced crew takes a great deal of pride in what it does.

If you are looking for top quality work at a fair price, this is the company for you.

On the other hand if you either cannot afford it, are simply too cheap to pay for top quality, or like to dicker price and brag to your friends about screwing the contractor, this is NOT the firm to talk to.

If you would go with the low bidder for your brain surgeon or your dentist, then look elsewhere. But if quality at a fair price is what motivates you, contact these folks with your slab problems.

For me it was a great relief to know I was getting top quality work at a fair (not cheap but fair) price.

Disclosure: I have never represented this company or its principals in anything, nor do I expect to since I have gotten out of that line of work. Nor have I represented anyone against them
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Elisabeth Samuels
Elisabeth Samuels

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Great Experience! So glad I found Belville Foundation Repair, the first two companies I called I felt like I was getting the run around and would be taken advantage of. I Appreciate his professionalism and treating me well.

Jeffrey Jackson
Jeffrey Jackson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

What an amazing breadth of knowledge James had about the foundation of my home built in 1951. I have five large, old trees with large roots, many of which are visible from the ground. I had a few tree experts arrive to tell me it's the source of the movement in my foundation with little support for their findings.

James, arrived and immediately pointed to support in how the foundation and walls were leaning, apparent from the exterior and correctly guessed what he'd find on the interior walls and ceilings before he even went inside. He was spot on. It turned out that the moisture retained from a concrete slab that rides the sides of the foundation is the culprit.

The fix to prevent further damage is a better value than what the arborist's gave me and with concrete evidence to support the investment in the property to prevent further movement in the foundation. Thanks CR!