Over several days last Wednesday and Thursday, a mediation took place but according to documents filed, the case continues on without a settlement. DeckTech is being accused of installing a waterproofing and tile system so poorly that it doesn't meet generally accepted good workmanship principles, abandoning the job and other various accusations.
|Ron McKenna arrives at his mediation last week in this file pic.|
According to a spokesperson at CSLB, an accusation against DeckTech is moving ahead to be filed shortly with the California Attorney General's office. Accusations are typically reserved for the worst violators of CSLB/Business & Professions laws.
In the meantime, CSLB seeks other possible victims, urging them to come forward if they believe they were victimized by DeckTech. Possible violations CSLB is seeking evidence of includes taking deposits in excess of 10% or $1,000 whichever is less, failing to be provided with lien releases, taking payment on work not performed yet and other potential violations. Consumers who may have been victimized are urged to call or write the CSLB.