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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 13 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that affect the rating for Mike & Martins Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating include:
- Failure to respond to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
- Length of time business has been operating
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details
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Licensing, Bonding or Registration
This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
These agencies may include:
New Mexico Construction Industries Division
PO Box 25101, Santa Fe NM 87504-5101
Phone Number: (505) 476-4700
Fax Number: (505) 476-4615
The number is 380641.
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Mike Bartley Gorman, Owner Mr. John McDonald, Owner Mr. Martin McDonald, Owner Mr. Martin Price, Owner
BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado has verified that a previous address for this company is a mail forwarding service and other addresses previously advertised by the businesses have not proven to be accurate. BBB requested accurate address information from the company. In November 2015, the business provided an address on Central Ave SE in Albuquerque, New Mexico. BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado visited the location to find it was a Suburban Extended Stay Suites hotel with a cardboard sign advertising the business in the front window.
BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado found four different Business Reviews for what appears to be the same company operating in different areas of the country. BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado asked the business of their connection to these other businesses. In November 2015, the business replied and informed BBB that they are only affiliated with the Bismarck, North Dakota location. A separate Business Review for the Bismarck, ND location can be found here.
Before you pay money to a traveling paving company, and especially before you allow any unknown individual into your home, BBB suggests that you do the following:
* Obtain the name and address of the company that person allegedly represents. If the person does not represent a known business and the circumstances suggest an itinerant contractor or sales representative, ask for references and contact each one.
* Get all details of the offer in writing and carefully review it. Make sure you understand everything in the contract. Any verbal promises should be included in the contract.
* Make sure the salesperson has provided you with the proper "notice of cancellation" form as required under the FTC's "Three Day Cooling-Off Rule" for contracts signed in the home.
* Verify that the contractor is properly licensed, bonded and insured.
* Determine how long the company has been in business and call your BBB to determine the firm's customer experience record.
* If you have checked references and the company's reputation, and you decide to hire the company, make the check payable to the company and not to the salesperson or other individual's name. Do not pay in cash.
Remember, any legitimate company that wants your business will be more than willing to allow you the time to "check them out." Don't fall prey to high-pressure tactics such as "this is the only chance you have" or "by tomorrow the extra materials will be gone." If you have an expensive repair, be especially cautious of these offers. Obtain bids from several companies. Don't always go for the lowest bid - in many cases, you will get exactly what you pay for.