A Pool Maker Declares Bankruptcy despite All Unfinished and New Contracts

Any person or family would want to have a swimming pool right in their backyard. This will add to the beauty of his home as well as add more value to it. Aside from that, they would not have to go far just to take a dip in cool waters. However, it is very important that you look for a pool builder which does not only provide high quality work, but is also a trusted and stable one. Many people who contracted to have a swimming pool in their homes became angry when a pool building company suddenly declared bankruptcy despite all the on-going projects that they are contracted to make. The company said it was because of the economic problems that they faced as well as the growing number of competitors. However, this cannot be a reason for a company that has been around for decades. Victims are now planning to take legal action against the company.

On April 21, Pelican Pools started construction on Monda’s pool, with a commitment to have it completed in 60 days, Monda said.

“The first week was fine, I made the payments and they started digging,” Monda said. “Then on the week of May 1 no one showed up.”

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