Opportunity Construction, LLC

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  • 21010 83rd Avenue West Unit #6

    Edmonds, WA 98026

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  • 206-972-3246

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Never again!! Two week project to build a retaining wall and two flagstone patios and steps, turned into almost 4 months and a lot of disappointments. Coming to work at 10am, taking a long lunch, and leaving at 3pm doesn't allow much time to do the work in the contracted time frame.

They ruined the summer that we thought we would have relaxing on a nice patio. Now all we see is the results of how inexperienced and mostly unsupervised workers do a project. Most of our friends who have seen this project can't believe that it was done by a professional.

Dean Curow says that he is the most honest contractor we will find, but his actions show otherwise!!

We had discussed project design, etc. before the contract was signed. Once the work started Dean did mostly what he wanted and not always what we had talked about. If you work with him make sure you get every minor detail in the contract or most likely he will say that you never discussed them and that you are just complaining about the job.

So much mortar was left on flagstone for a deck landing that you couldn't really see the flagstone. This was fixed but not until a lot of requests were made to fix it. But water now slopes towards the wood stair risers. Flagstone was supposed to have about 1" gaps, but most are a lot larger up to 5" or so. Dean says you can't cut flagstone to fit because it will continue to break. Bull! Towards the end of the project Dean brought in two professionals to fix some of these problems and they cut some of the flagstone to fit. But he didn't have them here long enough to fix most of the problems.

A sand base was used and no border so sand is falling out from under the flagstone. Most of the rock step risers have large gaps so sand is also falling out and undermining the steps.

Plants were dug up and not replanted as they had promised to do. It took him 5 days to show up to fix a gas leak in the fire-pit they built. He wants cash payments and other cash money during the project which we stupidly gave him.

He has pictures of this project on his web site but they are deceiving and don't show the end result very well. We have over 100 pictures of this project that show areas that they did not do correctly, are not safe, or not done according to what we had discussed prior to signing the contract.

We feel like tearing up the patios and redoing them ourselves just to make them look professional.

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Never again!! Two week project to build a retaining wall and two flagstone patios and steps, turned into almost 4 months and a lot of disappointments. Coming to work at 10am, taking a long lunch, and leaving at 3pm doesn't allow much time to do the work in the contracted time frame.

They ruined the summer that we thought we would have relaxing on a nice patio. Now all we see is the results of how inexperienced and mostly unsupervised workers do a project. Most of our friends who have seen this project can't believe that it was done by a professional.

Dean Curow says that he is the most honest contractor we will find, but his actions show otherwise!!

We had discussed project design, etc. before the contract was signed. Once the work started Dean did mostly what he wanted and not always what we had talked about. If you work with him make sure you get every minor detail in the contract or most likely he will say that you never discussed them and that you are just complaining about the job.

So much mortar was left on flagstone for a deck landing that you couldn't really see the flagstone. This was fixed but not until a lot of requests were made to fix it. But water now slopes towards the wood stair risers. Flagstone was supposed to have about 1" gaps, but most are a lot larger up to 5" or so. Dean says you can't cut flagstone to fit because it will continue to break. Bull! Towards the end of the project Dean brought in two professionals to fix some of these problems and they cut some of the flagstone to fit. But he didn't have them here long enough to fix most of the problems.

A sand base was used and no border so sand is falling out from under the flagstone. Most of the rock step risers have large gaps so sand is also falling out and undermining the steps.

Plants were dug up and not replanted as they had promised to do. It took him 5 days to show up to fix a gas leak in the fire-pit they built. He wants cash payments and other cash money during the project which we stupidly gave him.

He has pictures of this project on his web site but they are deceiving and don't show the end result very well. We have over 100 pictures of this project that show areas that they did not do correctly, are not safe, or not done according to what we had discussed prior to signing the contract.

We feel like tearing up the patios and redoing them ourselves just to make them look professional.

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