Fusco Brothers Inc
55 River Rd, Chatham, NJ 07928
Terrible. I called for 9 yards of 3/4" washed stone and was told it would be delivered the same afternoon by 4:30 p.m. I took a half day off of work because I always want to be present when deliveries are made at my residence. I received a call at 3:30 p.m. telling me they would not be able to make the delivery that day which was a big inconvenience for me, but since they were apologetic and seemed sincere I agreed to take the delivery first thing the following morning.
The truck showed up at 7:00 a.m. as promised. Unfortunately the driver, who I later learned is the owner of the company, did not know how to drive a relatively small single axle dump truck. He eventually got the truck down my driveway after narrowly missing a tree to which I alerted him. When I showed him where I wanted the material dumped he said he couldn't put it there even though the request was not unreasonable. When I asked him to get it as close to the requested location as possible so I wouldn't have to move 9 yards of stone by hand he proceeded to yell at me asking me if I wanted to drive the truck. The man was extremely rude; it was obvious he just wanted to dump the load wherever it was convenient for him and leave. I told him to keep his stone as I would be taking my business elsewhere.
Avoid this place. There are plenty of other businesses in the area for bulk materials that care about customer service. This is not one of them.
Ordered 3 yards of topsoil (81 cubic feet), which was delivered last weekend. The pile looked a little small, so I measured the dimensions (an elongated pyramid - base 10', width 6', height 2.5', top length 5') to determine that the volume delivered was 62.5 cubic feet.
When I called to discuss the shortfall, the guy (owner?) responded that he wanted to make a wager with me to see who was right. He would deliver another load of 3 yards (offered to have me watch him measure it out) and if the new pile was the same size or smaller than the first, I would pay him for another 3 yards. If the pile was bigger, I would get the second load for free.
Shocked by this response, I told him that I didn't need that much topsoil, and that I couldn't believe he wanted to resolve the issue by trying to make a bet with me. We're adults, and it's not worth wasting time in such a silly way over $30 of dirt. I only wanted him to provide the full amount that I ordered and paid for. He responded that he didn't want customers like me and hung up.
If you don't mind being shorted, then call up Fusco. But if you plan on making sure you get what you pay for, then this clown doesn't want your business. Look elsewhere.