David C Bouyer Co Reviews (3)
Has illegal employees, does not pay employee taxes, pays under the table.
Uses slander against custers to defend himself against complaints of faulty work (Revdex.com website)
Only license that I can find is expired issued in Washington.
Filed bakrupcy on anoth company recently "we have closed our business closed our doors and filed for bankruptcy it was discharged as of Aug. 18th 2014. Thank you "
Likes to threaten people when confronted
"young lady you have just opened up a huge can of crawlers and problems for yourself I hope you understand that"
Review: the floor needs to be replaced, faulty installation, failure to level, failure to give product care and information, failure of repair to solve problem, failure to return calls. This has been going on for two years, now the entire floor needs to be replaced. We have contacted the Oregon Contractor's Board who tried to force us to close the case (rep was going on vacation) said it could be reopened. Now they suggest going to court.Desired Settlement: My wife and I want this behind us. There is a large crack that was repaired that is much worse, we now trip over it. Contractors that we respect say it needs to be replaced and the original wood should not have been used. We would like others to know that [redacted] will not honor his agreements. When the cost did not match invoices, he wrote up one with general costs to make it balance. Some invoices had the wrong name, no date or invoice number. Ideally, we would like the cost to replace the floor, reality, we want others to avoid this company
Initial Business Response /* (1000, 11, 2014/03/24) */
yes we did install a floating wood floor for Mr. [redacted], the job was quite the challenge all the way through, they were using unlicensed handymen to do their kitchen remodel they did not pull one permit through the entire job, I myself and employees were sexually harassed by their unlicensed acting general contractor I advised the [redacted] that we had to install a T-molding, to their floating floor in each area where it transitions into another room, I advised that this is manufactures speck that the floor expands and contracts, she asked me to please try with out them because her husband drags his feet and her lil robot vacuum cleaner named [redacted] will not work with the T molding, so we installed it without them. approximately a year after the installation they began to have a problem with the floor it started to separate from entry to hallway, because there was not a T molding installed at that time they contacted the ccb because I was not willing to go out and fix it although I did go back out to their house, repaired the area again advising that it needs a T molding, it would fix the problem, again she wanted me to do it with out the t molding because of the [redacted] vacuum and husband dragging his feet, we resolved the issue with the CCB, the case was dismissed, now again they are coming after me, as well with slanderous remarks. I feel as if Im being harassed, and ill be seeking legal advise as well.
Initial Consumer Rebuttal /* (3000, 13, 2014/03/24) */
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
we understand Mr. [redacted] is not a member of Revdex.com. No one would put a T molding in the middle of a hall way where people walk. [redacted] did most of the kitchen work with licensed work. The floor is not level and has three different layers under it. We want people to know that this work was unsatisfactory. My wife and I feel the issue is closed. Will replace the floor in a few years due to poor workmanship. Thanks to Revdex.com for follow up.
Review: We purchased hardwood floors and installation from David C. Bouyer Co. for our beach house in [redacted] We have had crackling and popping problems with the floors since installation and notified [redacted] and the manufacturer. We discovered through working with the manufacturer and industry professionals that the floors were improperly installed due to particle board / MDF sub-floor. This issue should have been clearly identified and presented to us at the time of installation by [redacted]. I went to the [redacted] manufacturer site and their instruction clearly states "Nail Down Installation Guidelines (ONLY FOR PLYWOOD SUB FLOORS)." Also, we were advised after the fact that the floors required annual wax sealer and maintenance to protect finish. We never would have opted for a floor that requires waxing and regular maintenance for finish. We have submitted this information to [redacted] via emails and phone calls asking for warranty / Resolution and have yet to receive a response or a return call.Desired Settlement: We are requesting that [redacted] (or [redacted]'s Insurance Company) cover the cost to remove and replace the wood floors with a suitable zero maintenance alternative wood floor with an installation method compatible with particle board / MDF base. If we cannot find a new floor that can be floated on the existing MDF sub-floor, then we will need to remove and replace both the wood floors and the sub-floors with new and suitable materials for wood flooring. We are asking [redacted] to cover all costs associated minus the sub-floor replacement.
Initial Business Response /* (1000, 6, 2014/09/28) */
We sold hardwood floors to [redacted], and Believe to have installed the Correctly, we were not notified of problems with the floor till a year and 1/2 after installation, I as well was not informed by the manufacturer distributor about the floor needing to be oiled, furthermore, we have closed our business closed our doors and filed for bankruptcy it was discharged as of Aug. 18th 2014.