Cardona Pave Stone Inc

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Madi N.

Review of System Pavers by

· Altadena

Overall, it was a good experience. I wish I would of have seen the color before hand. It looks a little too yellow for me right now. I wish that I would of picked a lighter tone. Other then that, the experience was very good. The guys were very efficient. They did what they were supposed to do.

Craig N.

Review of STS Construction by

· San Diego

I can't say enough good things about these guys. They finished the work months ago, and it has held up well. They made great recommendations. They showed attention to detail - for example, after tile was lain, they realized one of the tiles was subtly mismatched, so they fixed it before I had eve... more

Molly B.

Review of Masterworks Construction Services by

· Harbor City

I used MCS for a remodel job in 2004 and was so impressed with the entire staff (including sub-contractors) professionalism - communication and quality of work! This year I had water damage and immediately called MCS to help reconstruct my home. Having elective surgery scheduled, I needed the hous... more

Joseph D.

Review of 3 Blind Mice by

· Solana Beach

This order took several months to get right and I'm still waiting for my Costco and Graber rebates.

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