Posts Tagged ‘Decktech’

David Mazor aka Krubinski’s Nevada Coating Systems, a reseller of Carboline products has two applicators that I can find…his own WICR (Wanke Industrial) in San Diego and DeckTech Inc up here on the Central Coast in Grover Beach/San Luis Obispo. Well now soon he’ll be down to one, as Decktech has recently had an accusation filed against their license by the CSLB and State Attorney General’s office…

Accusations are filed when a contractor has apparently committed some pretty bad violations of state license laws and result in a suspension or revocation of the license.

See this post detailing the DeckTech saga here http://decktechinc-of-grover-beach.blogspot.com/2015/11/accusation-by-state-ags-office-filed.html

What will happen if Decktech loses their license? Will Krubinski try to take over the territory if McKenna can’t keep the doors open? Time will tell…

Accusation filed against DeckTech lists 6 violations of the Business & Professions code.

Accusation filed against DeckTech lists 6 violations of the Business & Professions code.

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A large applicator of David Mazor’s aka David Krubinski’s Nevada Coating System products won’t be purchasing any products for the time being. DeckTech Inc of Grover Beach just had their license # 796956 suspended by the Contractors State License Board  after their bond company cancelled their bond on Febrary 4th.

While financially it may not dent Krubinski’s wallet to badly, it probably dents his pride when one of his pet companies has had their license suspended twice within 15 months, once for not having a workers comp policy and now for a claim made against their surety bond held by American Contractors Indemnity Corp according to a spokesperson I spoke with there.

Indeed, Krubinski loved to tell me that ”  Nevada Coatings requires only properly licensed and financially stable companies install our products, ensuring the end user has necessary protections.”  So I’ll take this to mean that DeckTech can’t be a authorized applicator anymore? If Krubinski is so concerned ensuring that their end user has “necessary protections”, that should include removing applicators who have pending suspension or revocations of their license hanging over their heads right? Krubinski doesn’t want to do that in my opinion…that would dent his sales and wallet since he doesn’t appear to have to many NCS applicators that I can find. Or at least any who admit that they are on the web…

In the meantime, while DeckTech’s license is suspended, they can’t contract for work perform any work, have employees on your job site for any reason…so if you have any questions or concerns, contact CSLB for latest updates on license status and more.

I am not usually the conspiracy minded type…usually. However, in this case, I’m carving out an exception.

Deck Tech Inc of Grover Beach is a Decking and General contractor here in the area. ICR Services is owned by David Mazor aka David Krubinski. WICR is a decking and general contractor in San Diego. Their connection is that they are both one of a very few applicators of a product called Granite Deck, a polyurea coating  (I haven’t found any other firms that apply the stuff) made by Carboline and sold via David Krubinski’s Nevada Coating Systems.

Supposedly independent of each other, they all have a bond history that is either a huge coincidence or else they are working in tandem together. We posted their bond histories for your comparison.

Note that both have the same exact bonding companies in their history, but look closer and I think you’ll agree that this is not a coincidence as the dates of these bonds being issued and cancelled match each other exactly too. Three companies all exactly the same dates…hmmm.

Further coincidence or not is the fact that two of the companies websites are created by Scorpion Design of Valencia.

Krubinski claims he has no business relationship with DeckTech other than selling them product, but I’m not so sure…this is just looking to coincidental for me.