Wayne man sues concrete firm for breach of contract

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 7, 2011

WAYNE -- A Wayne man is suing Decorative Concrete of the Tri-State after he claims it breached its contract with him.

WAYNE -- A Wayne man is suing Decorative Concrete of the Tri-State after he claims it breached its contract with him.

David Sparks, the owner and operator of Decorative Concrete of the Tri-State, was also named as a defendant in the suit.

Mitchell Dillon sought to install decorative stamped concrete on his driveway and patio at his home and contacted the defendants, according to a complaint filed Jan. 12 in Wayne Circuit Court.

On March 28, 2008, Dillon claims the defendants came to his residence and prepared a written estimate for the decorative concrete project.

On April 4, 2008, Dillon and the defendants entered into a contract wherein Dillon agreed to pay the defendants $15,700, for the installation of the decorative stamped concrete, according to the suit.

Dillon claims in less than one year, the concrete surface began cracking and crumbling away.

The defendants have accepted responsibility for the defective product and installation work, have represented that the work was covered by warranty and that the concrete problem would be corrected, but have refused to honor their obligations, according to the suit.

Dillon claims the defendants breached their contract by failing to properly perform the decorative stamped concrete and refusing to correct the defects.

Dillon is seeking compensatory damages. He is being represented by Scott D. Maddox.

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Darrell Pratt.

Wayne Circuit Court case number: 11-C-006

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