Horrible company!. Hired this company to do a "Reseal" around my pool deck in Poway. Apoxy was horribly uneven and they tracked material all over my drive and walkway. Tried repeatedly to have them resolve the situation and just got the run around. Stay far, far away from these guy's as I've heard nothing but horror stories from other people as well!
NOT HAPPY. I hired Life Deck to waterproof the balcony that was leaking into a unit below. I was given an estimate, paid the deposit and work began. Things seemed to be going okay, and when worked stopped during rain I noticed that the balcony was sloped improperly and water ran away from the drain. I contacted my project manager and said that I noticed that water was pooling and asked if it would be fixed to drain. He responded "That's the plan." When work began after Christmas I received a phone call that the job would require 700 more dollars to properly drain (original estimate was 1600). When I called him later that day he had claimed that since he had not heard from me he proceeded with just waterproofing and not leveling the patio. Even though I was unhappy, when the work was finished I contacted my project manager and asked how and when I should pay and never got an answer. The company called and asked for payment over a month later. I told them that I would send in a payment when I received a copy of the bill. The bill arrived on Monday, and on Tuesday I called and asked to place part of my bill on a credit card and told them that I would send in a check for the rest. On Thursday I received a letter thanking me for my partial payment but threatening to put a lien on the house if it the full balance was not paid within a week since work was completed on the 18th of December (when in reality it was completed after Christmas. Two days later I received a letter for proof that a lien would be lifted when my check cleared.
Relatively cheap, nice looking, but tons of maintenance.
The lifedeck coatings at my home looked great at first but require constant maintenance. It's a cost effective way of providing a facelift to existing concrete, but be prepared for years of repair and resealing expense.
If I were to do it again, I'd seriously consider repouring our slab and/or stamping the concrete.
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