This company appears to be professional but is far from it. The clients have no idea how the employees are treated here. Mark is knowledgeable but don't catch him on a bipolar swing or it could cost you your job for no reason. The foreman running their projects is a complete gomer with no concept of productivity, management or safety laws. He gave bad reports on my performance because I had knowledge of him cheating on his wife & kids and even bringing his mistress on job sites. Nothing but drama here. An employee of almost two years I saw two of my co-workers basically forced to quit so the company could avoid paying unemployment. This is not a good company to work for.
5266 Wadsworth RdDayton, OH 45414
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We have no less than seven contract deviations on our deck and hardscape project with this company. No building permit was obtained as required by Montgomery County – if we have it inspected now, we may have to tear it down and rebuild it at our own cost. A zoning plan was not submitted per Washington Township requirements. The deck was not built to code. It is attached to the brick veneer of our home; this is expressly forbidden in the Ohio Residential Building Code (Section 502.2.2.2). The deck manufacturer’s installation specifications were not followed. We now have a deck with an invalid 25-year warranty on the planks. Mark Webber also re-used the 20-year old joists from our old deck, despite the contract calling for “removal of existing deck.” Rather than having joists supporting the deck that span the entire length, we have patched in pieces added on to the old frame with wood screws. The ‘underground’ wiring for the landscape lighting sticks out of the ground in one place in spite of the National Electric Code requirement for this to be buried six inches below ground (NEC Article 300.5). And he failed to add any organic material when he planted the trees and bushes in spite of the contract calling for “2 inches of organic material”.This is the end result of a two-week project that took him six months to complete, with rework at every step. In spite of this, his lawyer says “it looks like a nice deck.” Yes, this work is so bad we have had to get lawyers involved.
Great company, great service....Mark and his staff are first class operation!