my contractor has put a trex deck last year 2011 this year the boards are twisted and coming up and unable to walk on deck
called the contractor and the manufacturer
Have you contacted another contractor and asked their opinion as to why the boards are twisting?
i will try that but i have to some contractors but thet are reculant to say anything
the contractor says he will be here today 6-26-12 to see the deck how should i talkto him what questions
the lumber yards i visited said the ttrex should not have been nailed bt screwed with a special screw as shown in the installation instructions
What you need to do is get another contractor to look at your deck and give an estimate of what it will cost to repair it.Then you need to talk to the previous contractor and inform them to fix it OR you will hire this second contractor to do the work and sue them for the costs.The contractor that you have come give an estimate should put that estimate in writing so that you can show the judge if you need to go to court.Since you are not a contractor nor how to properly install the Trex deck - you need another contractor to point out all the errors the installing contractor did and what it will cost to fix the problems.If you would like any additional information or have more questions please don’t hesitate to ask!Please remember to only rate my answer when you are satisfied with my response. IF you feel the need to click either of the two starts on the left, please STOP and reply to me via the "CONTINUE CONVERSATION" button. Let me know the issue you have and I will be happy to continue further and do everything I can to provide you with the service you seek.If you give any rating below 3 stars then I will not be compensated in any way for helping you today.The "helped a little" is considered a negative.Thank you,Law Pro
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