|Read the whole suit at the link above.|
You can open and read it or download a copy for yourself free.
No reply to the suit has been filed yet, check back on a later date, probably after October 23rd is when a response will be made.
CSLB has also separately referred this complaint to the Attorney General's office for prosecution of DeckTech's license to be suspended or revoked.
7124.6. (a) The registrar shall make available to members of the
public the date, nature, and status of all complaints on file against
a licensee that do either of the following:
(1) Have been referred for accusation.
(2) Have been referred for investigation after a determination by
board enforcement staff that a probable violation has occurred, and
have been reviewed by a supervisor, and regard allegations that if
proven would present a risk of harm to the public and would be
appropriate for suspension or revocation of the contractor's license
or criminal prosecution.
We got some pictures of the job, tell us what you think...
|Large gap, tile high on one side, poor detailing.|
|Poor job covering back of tile|
|Not enough mud to bond tile.|
|Thin membrane appears to be less than the minimum required by the |
manufacturer's own written specifications.
|A second place demo'd reveals the same issue, not enough coating applied.|