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04/13/2015
By: Michael L.
G F One Coatings
We had Joe (owner) come out and do our kennel floor and what a mistake that was. He had 3 rooms to do and did most of one correctly. One of our kennel room floors were poured poorly and he was asked to correct the pitch and he made it worse. He actually made the water flow away from the drain quicker. If it was not for us checking in each night after he was done he would not of even stained our kennel runs even though he was suppose to and had enough stain for it. He damaged a trench drain (broke), he did not clean up the trench drains from the concrete dust and actually stained and sealed over the drains and piles of dust making the drains useless which he was told not to even come near. He agreed that was not going to be an issue. He was suppose to stain behind the drain then come the day of staining now saying "too small an area" He had stain up my FRP walls. We even plastic & taped up to a 1' high point which he said there was not need as he was going to use a fine tip. We had to use a tooth brush and after 10+ hours we removed most but now our walls are permanently damaged. Tape fell off a couple of spots on the floor and they did not remove it but rather stained over it. He damaged thresholds to the point I had to replace the wood. We have several doors and stained and sealed all 8 bottoms and even gouged the metal bottom to the point that metal was very sharp and if I did not catch and fix it a dog would of cut there foot. I waited over a year to see if he would fix his mistakes, but no so I had to redo the one room myself that he ground incorrectly. Costing more time and money.
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