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    Concrete Wizard Inc
    Everything seemed great with the work performed but by the end of the job, they missed areas and never came back to finish. They "warranty" their work, but wont schedule to come back. We are now having issues with the concrete chipping up (due to bad prep) We have called repeatedly and they are not calling back to schedule the warranty work.
    - Pamela P.
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    Vip Concrete
    I wanted to make sure that you are not fooled by the other reviews left by former clients.  Key West is a very small island and sometimes the best route to take in business is to move on and decide its not worth making an enemy. I would be taking this route today due to the fact my husband is a " it's spilled milk ,move on" sort of contractor- however, we are now talking about thousands of dollars, toxic fumes and no concern at all from Peter who caused it. *My husband and I saw the floor at Isle Cook (an amazing store if you have not visited)  and really liked it. Its was the perfect floor for the type of house we built in Old Town. We called Peter and asked him for an estimate. His estimate totaled  $2,500 to stain the concrete kitchen island that was already in place. We agreed and he started making color samples immediately. I mentioned several times that I wanted the counter top just like the floor of Isle Cook just not as "bright" since we were working with a smaller space. I repeated that many times just to make sure he understood. He let us know up front that the stain takes differently depending on the amount of porosity in the concrete. I totally understood that and knew as long as the general idea was the same, I was fine with it being deeper in some places and having more "edges" in others. Not a problem. He began the job by taping off the counters and also the floor in the kitchen. I was very happy to see that he was so careful. Then my then fiancé and I traveled to NC to get married. While we were gone, he said he would apply more coats and finish the project. We had a house sitter staying with our two small dogs. While away at our wedding, Peter called the foreman of our company and said he was going to need more money-$500 dollars more because he used more sealer than he thought. Peter told us from the start that each job is different and he would use as many coats as needed to get the desired look, never mentioning he would then charge us more. My now husband agreed, only because we had so much going on with it being the week of our wedding. Though we were not aware, Peter had more than one angry altercation with our house sitter(who honestly is a single mom- one of the nicest kind you can imagine)  Peter had arranged for our house sitter to let him in on a Thursday after stalling the job to collect his extra $500. After our house sitter waited for over 8hrs with no word from Peter and multiple attempts to contact him, he finally called her back the following morning in a rage. He yelled so loudly at her on the phone, her fellow employees were alarmed. She diffused the situation and agreed to meet him that afternoon so that he could finish the job. After Peter claimed to have finished the job, the house sitter noticed a cloudy, sand paper like film that covered everything in our home, including the hard wood floors. Due to the fact that we were now on our honeymoon, she opted to call the foreman from our company and explain the situation. Peter was asked to come back to assess the situation. Angrily he agreed but said he should charge us a fee for having to leave his job early to come evaluate the issue.   He tried to dismiss the entire situation and act as if he was not sure what had happened. Our house sitter then spent over five hours of her own time, on her hands and knees trying to clean the surface of the wood floors. It wouldn't budge.  When we arrived back, we had no idea what we were walking into. Our entire house was coated with a blanket of sandy film that could not be cleaned. When I say our entire house, I mean just that. The glasses inside our cabinets, all our new appliances, our wood floors, our countertops, every single thing including the adjacent bedrooms. After spending a year building a new house this is the last thing you want to have happen. My husband sent Peter an email and asked him to please be at the house the following morning to clean the epoxy film from our home. He arrived with a mask and gloves(since the stuff he had to use to remove epoxy was toxic as well) and spent over four hours scrubbing while our foreman used most of his work day to oversee the work. After all, at this point, he is not trusted in our home to do the right thing. After all that toxic cleaning, he only was able to clear our counter tops of the sandy film. Everything else was still completely coated. He left without an apology to myself or my husband and did not once even ask us how we liked the island. Which by the way is the best part of this story. The island looks nothing like what we asked for or the samples he showed us. Nothing like it. Instead of the ocean floor, it looks more like the Everglades but Peter wouldn't know that, because again, he never asked us once if we were happy with the outcome.  At this point, we decided to try and do some of the clean up ourselves since Peter had no interest in taking any responsibility for the toxic mess he had now made of our home. We called to ask him what we could use for our hard wood floors, he gave us a few possible options but warned it may take the color out of our flooring. We never heard from Peter again. I always believe a picture speaks volumes. After all, people can misinterpret, miscommunicate or simply be a bit dramatic. You decide: Below is a picture of a piece of dinnerware that was sitting on the counter when Peter must have decided to continue spraying without having the area continually taped off. After throwing away five different pieces of cookware- I saved this one to show you.  I held it up to my kitchen window so you can see exactly what covers my house. Next weekend my husband is using a sledge hammer and breaking the island up piece by piece until that entire $3,000 is then thrown in the dumpster. My husband will replace it  with an  island top that has taken him over a month to hand make and also cost $3,000 in materials alone. Do not hire or trust Peter. Attachments area Preview attachment FullSizeRender.jpg FullSizeRender.jpg 1.6 MB
    - Angela M.
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  • Warmzone

    12637 S 265 W Suite 100
    Draper, Utah