JD Paving Reviews (2)
Review: On 7/12/2013 I requested an estimate from PA-Paving to have my driveway re-paved. A representative named [redacted] came out and gave me a price. On 7/14/13 I received a call from the company telling me that they would be out to mark my driveway for the work. I told them no, that I requested an estimate only. The representative that I spoke said that he had my signature, I said yes for an estimate, not for the job. On 7/21/13, I came home to find my driveway marked up with paint and the name of the company PA Paving painted at the bottom of my driveway. I called the company to ask why they did this and was told that they stopped past to speak with me but instead spoke with a relative, my mother, who told them it was ok to mark the driveway. My mother explained to me that [redacted] assured her (3x's during their conversation) that I knew he was there to mark the driveway. I had no contact with this company after 7/14/13 when I told them not to come out to my property.Desired Settlement: 1. Please check into the business practices of this company. If an estimate is requested and the customer's full contact information is listed on the estimate, communication should occur between the customer and the company. It seems as if this company tried to go around me, the home owner, and "dupe" my mother into granting permission for work that I clearly stated was not approved. Also, this company has multiple addresses, names and contact numbers. My paperwork says PA-Paving, the addresses listed on this site are different than those on my paperwork. I have the following listed:
The telephone number for JD Paving is listed on the paperwork as well as the telephone number for PA Paving which this website states the company is out of business.
2. The paperwork given out by PA-Paving has a clause at the bottom that reads, "See reverse side for terms of agreement and right of rescission." The reverse side of the paper is completely blank.
3. Ensure that the company does not take advantage of other consumers.
Review: I asked for a written estimate for a new driveway on October 23, 2013. When I arrived home, an employee had already had someone drop asphalt onto my driveway and they had already broken up some of my driveway; this was before I had entered a contract. I felt pressured into the deal and then I said go ahead and finish the job. They did not do a professional job and I am not satisfied with the job. I have submitted several written requests via email and even phone requests for a supervisor to contact me but no one has. This matter is still unresolved as of April 12, 2014.Desired Settlement: I would like for them to release me from my contract since they have not been willing to finish the job to professional standards and to my satisfaction.