I would not recommend this company to ANYONE. Their business practices are fraudulent. They had me sign paperwork for the PACE program. The paperwork indicated the project was finished (my fault for not reading the paperwork). After I figured out what they had done, I was told the money was in an escrow account. I asked repeatedly for an accounting which they never produced. The project was never started and they have disappeared with the project money leaving me to pay $10k additional property tax dollars every 6 months. I will probably lose my home.
As a retired couple we are in the process of completing many long dreamed of projects. Our experience with contractors has not always been the best. But Systems Pavers changed our track record. They did a great job for us from start to finish, and we are very happy with our new courtyard and walkwa... more
I would not recommend. If looking for quality work and have high standards, Premier Pools is not the place.
Dennis Carson, that does business under Premier, is shadier than a used car salesman. Do not use him.
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