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By constantine70043805, Oct 9 2017 03:27PM

We recently paved a driveway for a customer who had an awful Angies List experience. Our customer went on Angie' List thinking he would find a well trusted paving company to pave his driveway. Unfortunately the company he hired removed the existing asphalt and never showed up again. The owner continuously gave him dates and kept missing his deadlines. He gave excuses such as his paving box broke down, he didn’t have enough help, he would come when our customer wasn’t home etc. 3 months went by and our customer had finally had enough. He decided to give us a call. Our customer explained his situation and we were able to get it graded and paved in a timely fashion.

As far as I know you have to pay to be a part of Angies List. Meaning any contractor can join. Most of the time I would believe a contractor would pay to join a group because his work product does not speak for itself and is having trouble finding business. I know you have to pay to be a part of Home Advisor as well. These groups sound good on paper but when it comes down to it can they really deliver? In my opinion the better contractor’s don’t need to be a part of these organizations in order to drive business. Obviously everyone has their own opinion and can form their own assumptions. When hiring a contractor usually your local contractor would be the most trusted and loyal in your community. Your local contractor usually has ties to the community. We put our last name on everything we do. With that comes a social responsibility to our family and our customers. We understand the future of our business heavily relies upon our work product we create today.

Check out some of the pictures below and thanks for reading!

By constantine70043805, Aug 2 2016 07:11PM

After being featured as a 2016 Top Contractor, we are proud to announce Pavement Maitenance Magazine has published an article in their latest issue featuring Constantine Sealing Service.

Check out some of our own history and how we have continued to grow and adapt to industry needs

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By constantine70043805, Jun 18 2016 09:05PM

Last night I took a ride with my Dad to Stafford Motor Speedway to watch a few friends race in the SK modified series. We walked around said hi to some friends and went up to the grandstands to eat some really bad fried food (don't tell my mom). We watched every race and talked about all the races we used to go to when my little brothers and I were little. He used to bring us to Riverside (which is now Six Flags) every Friday night to watch his friends race back in the day when there used to be a track. We used to go run around, get autographs, and take pictures with the cars. I even remember going into some of the guys' garages on week nights and they would be be working on the cars and beating out dents from last weekends wrecks. My dad would put me in the driver seat of the car while he helped. I imagine it's still pretty much the same. These guys work on their cars week in and week out to get ready for the weekend.

As we sat and watched my friends race, their fathers were also there supporting them and working on their cars sharing that father son bond like my dad and I did. None the less, it doesn't matter what you do as long as there is something, a common ground, a hobby, whatever that activity might be (some of us chose to work with the old man everyday). Get out there and enjoy this Father's Day and take some time to remember those times you had with your father. I'm sure he will appreciate it more than you know.

Happy Father's day to all the Dads out there, especially mine. I know I wouldn't be where I am today with out him.

Happy Fathers day to all the Dads out there, especially mine. I know I wouldn't be where I am today with out him.

I've added some photos from when we were little (back to the future days when you had to use film to develop pictures)

Be sure to stay tuned as we have some exciting Constantine Sealing news to annouce in the next few weeks!!!!!

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