Lee Contracting

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1333 Roundbend Road
Magnolia, KY 42757
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Lee Contracting

Here at Lee Contracting, we have been in business for over 20 years. We take pride in the work that we provide to each of our home owners. We look forward to hearing from you and working with all of your concrete and masonry needs in the future.


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  • Louisville
  • Lexington
  • Frankfort
  • Covington
  • Newport
  • London
  • Ashland
  • Owensboro
  • Bowling Green
  • Fort Thomas
  • Somerset
  • Erlanger
  • Hopkinsville
  • Versailles
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  • Henderson
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  • Elizabethtown
  • Russell
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Services Offered

  • Concrete Driveways & Floors - Install
  • Concrete Sawing or Removal
  • Stamped Concrete - Install
  • Retaining Wall Install
  • Concrete Patios, Walks & Steps Install
Demolition Service
  • Demolition
  • Major Grading or Resloping
  • Site Preparation
  • Concrete Foundation Install
  • Foundation Drainage Install
  • Waterproofing Foundation or Basement

Areas of Expertise

  • Concrete

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In Business Since: 1993
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Mr. Lee came to my home and agreed to remove the old OSB floor in my shed and replace it with a concrete slab. The estimate specifically states 12’ x 16’ pad. If a 12’ x 16’ pad had been poured it would have gone from wall to wall of my shed to the other and from the front of the shed to the back at the same level as the original floor. This is what I understood was to happen. Instead the floor that was poured was smaller than 12’ x 16’ and lower than the original floor. The original floor was nailed to the frame of the shed. When you entered the door the floor was a smooth flat surface no higher or lower than the entrance into the shed. I waited the time I was told to wait for the concrete to cure. When I went in I was displeased to find OSB flooring around the edges had not been removed, there were holes in the concrete, the concrete under the areas where the OSB flooring had not been removed were finished poorly and the level of the concrete floor was lower than the entrance into shed which created a trip hazard. I use the shed for a workshop, storage and a chicken coop so getting back into the shed and being able to use it was extremely important to me. After I emailed Mr. Lee about my displeasure with his work it became obvious that he would not address removing the flooring he had left nor fill the holes soon enough for me to be able to get my chickens back into a coop. I agreed to remove the flooring myself and used 2 gallons of concrete filler to fill holes in the floor. Mr. Lee did agree to address my concern about the level of the floor and offered several solutions. One of these was to; “Leave it. I don’t recommend this either as this is a safety issue for you and a burden to get things in and out of the shed.” Mr. Lee made arrangements to come and address this one remaining concern and then cancelled the evening before he was to arrive.
Response by Lee Contracting: Debra, We are sorry you feel this way about our company. I drove 2 hours one way to view the job before I gave you an estimate. The estimate was to take out the OSB flooring and replace it with concrete. The concrete would be floating inside the shed. I did remove the old OSB flooring and poured 4" of concrete in your shed which was appropriate for this job. I never told you the concrete would "pour out" of the building, but it would cost an additional 50% in the concrete price to pour it to the top of the threshold. The floor would have gone from 4" to 6". You did not want to pay this amount. The floor in the shed is level with the top of the ramp outside. This was verified with a laser transit. The entire floor is level in the shed. The threshold sticks up between the floor and ramp approx 1.5". The concrete ramp was prior existing. The OSB flooring was resting glued on rotted joists. The "large pieces of OSB flooring" were a very few small pieces. Had I attempted to chisel them off, I would have damaged the frame and you would have been unhappy. You were there and watched me pour the concrete and finish it and do have electricity in your shed in which you were welcome to turn on the light to view the project before paying me. The biggest issue here is the threshold. We discussed this before I accepted the job. You wanted the threshold cut down level with the top of the ramp. I explained to you that I did not recommend this as this could allow weather and pests inside a building that would house chickens. You decided to go with my recommendation. It was a few days after the project that you decided that you wanted this changed. I told you again that I would not recommend cutting the threshold level with the top of the ramp due to weather, pests, and potential damage to the shed from the doors no longer having the threshold to rest against, but said I would drive out there at no additional cost to cut it down if you agreed to signing a waiver holding me harmless from anything that happened as a result of this. YOU REFUSED TO DO SO. I made a few other suggestions after you threatened to write a bad review and was willing to help you at no additional cost to you to make you happy. I also explained that even the suggestions I made would not completely solve the problem even if I put a reducer on the inside of the shed. It would make a smoother transition going from inside the shed to the outside, but would not help the issue going into the shed. The doors are slightly above the ramp outside, not allowing a reducer on the outside. I am sorry I could not make it out there the original day we talked about and I gave you notice of this prior to this. I offered to do this work on the 4th of July (the following day), driving 2 hours one way on a holiday, and purchasing the materials out of pocket and providing the labor for free, but you became rude and insulting. It was at this point, that I felt that this was not going to be a positive busine

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Replaced a front porch and sidewalk that looked really bad. He does exactly what he says. Best customer services I have seen yet! Great communication, concrete work, and finishing. I have already recommended him to some of my other friends, and will definitely be my go to for any concrete work.

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Our dental building need new sidewalks and, after several previous 'dead ends', we contacted David, owner of Lee Concrete Contracting. Great Choice! Professional, timely, flexible and true to the quote describe our experience. Additionally, the work was excellent and was done without interrupting patient flow. We are very pleased and highly recommend Lee Concrete Contracting for any concrete related project.

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My basement window had a very bad leak - the top of it was ground level. Had tried many things to include installing French Drain. Decided to just get rid of that window by taking it out and filling in with concrete. Asked David to remove old French Drain system, remove window, fill in window hole with concrete, tar it, and bring in dirt to build up next to house so water wouldn't just lay there. David did everything I asked. His experience with concrete actually provided a better idea than mine about how to fill in the window hole - he didn't just fill in the hole, he created a form and poured concrete out and around the window frame to get better protection against water leaks. Then he tarred everything and filled in dirt and sowed grass seed. What I REALLY appreciated about David in addition to the great job he did for me is that he was punctual and would return my calls and texts. I have not always had that kind of success with other contractors. Would definitely hire him again - even talked to him about a couple future projects.

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He really knows what he is doing.
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