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3 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 2 closed in last 12 months
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Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 3
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BBB file opened: February 20, 2007 Business started: 09/01/2004 Business started locally: 09/01/2004
Type of Entity

Sole Proprietorship

Business Management
Ms. Terry Leos, Marketing Manager Mr. Tony Leos, Owner
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Principal: Ms. Terry Leos, Marketing Manager
Business Category

Concrete Contractors Concrete - Custom Contractors - General Home Improvements Concrete - Stamped & Decorative Concrete Products Floor Materials - Retail Concrete Curing & Treating Materials Contractor - Decorative & Specialty Concrete

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CCS - Custom Concrete Solutions Create A Floor Create-A-Floor
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6/24/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: CCS (***** * **** ****) recently did stained concrete work in my living room and kitchen at my home on in Cibolo, TX. The project dates were June 2-June 6, 2014. As per our written agreement, I paid CCS $1275.00 down and $1255.50 was due within 3 days of project completion. At the recommendation of ***** ****, my famil and I did not sleep in the home June 5-6, due to the strong fumes of paint and Epoxy coating. When we came back to the home on Saturday, June 7th, we returned to damaged baseboards, chipped and scrached paint on the baseboards and walls and a gray cement-like material splattered on the walls. There was also concrete stain on the stainless steel kitchen appliances. Apparently there was no attempt made to protect the baseboards, walls, granite or kitchen appliances. The custom star had stain in some of the grout areas and the star is not centered with the entrance. The 1/4 trim on the baseboards had been stripped in areas, but partial sections were left and broken. Immediately, I attempted to contact **** by phone to discuss the problem areas and ask when he would return to the home. **** did not answer the phone, but returned a text message stating that he was out of town, but that he would send his employee to “wax & polish” the floors. I also called "*****" at the office number and left a message asking her to return my call on Monday, so that we could discuss the issues. Around 10:00 on Sat., June 7th, CCS employee “******” came to the home to “polish the floors”. He arrived with a mop, broom and bucket. We showed him the problem areas and he said he would take photos to show to his Supervisor “****”. We instructed ****** that we attempted to contact **** and wife ***** directly to discuss the concerns, and that we would try again on Monday. My wife and I spent the entire afternoon on Saturday, cleaning the kitchen and living room. We scrubbed the kitchen counters from top to bottom. When we washed the gray cement-like materials from the walls, it stripped the paint. We had to match & purchase paint for our livingroom from ******* ********. We also made a trip to Lowe's to purchase additional cleaning supplies and items such as painters tape, paint rollers and paint brushes. We spent the entire day on Sunday replacing 1/4 paneling in the kitchen, sanding baseboards, painting baseboards and painting the kitchen and livingroom. On Monday, June 2nd, My wife contact ***** via email and sent several photos of the damaged areas. From the start, ***** gave excuses, denied responsibility and demanded full payments. Her attitude was very unprofessional. We knew then that CCS was not going to stand behind their work and make it right for the customer. We requested a deduction of $250.00 on the final bill, for expenses we incurred to clean, paint and for our labor. The deduction we requested was less than 10%. The only resolution ***** offered, was to send **** back to the home to repair stain that was in the engraved star near the front entrance. My wife informed ***** that we would not provide the remaining payment until we were satisfied with the project. We agreed to and signed a contract for first-classed stained concrete flooring and we expected to receive it. CCS's website states that they are know for their integrity and craftmanship. All we have experienced is head-ache, extra work, and inconvenience.

Desired Settlement: We are asking for $250 refund/deduction in the fee for services, due to the damaged baseboard panels, paint and the overall cleaning that was required. We feel that is more than a fair amount. (less than 10%).

Business Response:

*** **** ** ****** *** ******* **  *****



REF:  Case No. ********


To Whom It May Concern:   In reference to the above case number CCS does not feel a response is warranted for the below reasons:  Too Many Discrepancies


As with all our clients a contract is signed prior to start of each project (Please see attached contract signed by ***** ********).     


CCS’ scope of work was completed on Saturday, July 07 2014, as per contract.  ***** ******** approved the floors for completion on July 07, 2014, customer was completely satisfied.

CCS also gave instructions on how to maintain the decorative concrete floors and left wax. 

CCS arrived on site 6/10/14 to address customer concerns, we were told by the ******** that they were not going to pay their final balance owed. 

I really liked ***** & ***** and felt they were an honest family, I did not know that there were people out there that would actually scheme to not pay their balance due.   We are a company that upholds our honesty and integrity to a high standard.  


I am accepting a $200.00 deduction with a balance owed of $1,055.50 and to be paid in full by 6/16/2014 with a Mutual Release and Settlement agreement signed.   The balance owed and release to be dropped off at:  ***** ** ****  at the front desk main office area.


If the balance owed and the release is not received by 6/16/14, we will be forced to follow through with a Lien on the property for the FULL amount owed, the account will be sent to collections where additional fees will be added per contract agreement, and theft by services will be filed.






Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response. We are not the "scammers" and for *** **** to make that claim is justification of his unprofessionalism.  Custom Concrete Solutions (aka Create-a-Floor) are the scammers. I have no doubt that we are not the only customers that have been treated wrongly.  I never accepted the final job and had several concerns from day one.  The morning after the job completion, I placed calls to both **** & ***** ****, stating that I had concerns regarding the mess and damages in our home.  *** **** and his employee's caused damages to the paint, baseboards and kitchen appliances.  The custom engraved star had several areas that were not done properly.There were areas of the floor that were not stained. *** **** never took responsibility for the sloppy job or the damages caused. He did not make any effort to clean or repair the problems areas, or offer any discount/reduction in services. I have attached a few of several photos that were taken of the mess/damages.

*** **** came into our home on June 10th and was very disrespectful, unreasonable, and unprofessional. He verbally insulted my wife and physically threatened both of us in our home.  He demanded payment for a job that was not completed properly.  We signed a contract and paid a deposit for *** **** to provide a service* ***  **** did not fulfill his contractual promise.  To repair the damages that *** **** caused, we would have to hire another contractor to paint, replace baseboards and redo the stain on the floors. The stain on our appliances (dishwasher & refrigerator) cannot be removed and the damage is beyond repair.  We also found stain on some of the bricks of our fireplace.  We are suing *** **** & Custom Concrete Solutions, for breach of contract and demand that our deposit of $1275.00 to be returned in full. 


***** ********

Business Response:

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response. Please see attached word doc.


***** ********

BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable effort to address the complaint. However the consumer remains dissatisfied.

2/14/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: My wife and I and our three young children recently moved to San Antonio as part of a military move. We purchased a foreclosed home with a plan to remodel it with stained concrete floors. We searched for several contractors online and contacted several that we thought had experience and good online reviews. Unfortunately, the only one that was available during the time period we preferred was CCS. The first warning sign with CCS is that **** **** showed up two hours late for our initial estimate. He had promised to be at our house between 8:00 and 8:30. At 8:30 I called his office to find out where he was and he answer the phone. He had completely forgotten about our appointment. He explained that he was “leaving now” but didn’t end up showing up until around 10:30. Meanwhile, me, my wife, and our three kids sat in the house (which did not have running water at the time) and waited. The second warning sign with CCS is their standard contract. CCS requires half of the payment up front and “receipt” of the other half within 3 days of the project’s completion. Their contract goes on to state that they will seek a contractor’s lien on the home if they do not receive the second half of the payment within that 3 days. Clearly, disputes with customer’s over payment is something CCS has thought a lot about and had a lot of experience with. We have since learned that many other contractors don’t require upfront payment because they let their work speak for itself. CCS can’t afford to do that because their work is simply substandard. The first day of the job (Aug 2013), **** showed up about 4 hours late. This was a recurring them every time **** was scheduled to come to our house and do work. He always had some other job he had to “stop by and do one thing really quick.” Really quick always turned into 4 hours. Job scheduling is clearly a problem for **** and *****, who either perpetually underestimate the amount of time it takes to do these jobs or work at a uncommonly deliberate pace. The job was schedule to last for 5 days and it turned into 7. My final big mistake was that I met **** at the job site on the final day and paid **** the second half of the bill without carefully inspecting the job. The floors were wet and **** said we needed to wait at least 12 hours before walking on the floors. Since we only had 3 days before payment needed to be received, I wrote a check based on what I could see from the front door, which was wet and covered in a thick layer of wax. All along **** assured me that the floors were looking great and to call him if we needed anything else. He assured me he always stood by his work and sees all jobs to complete, no matter what. This was simply a lie, as we quickly learned. The next day we came back to the home to start moving in and the floors looked awful. Everything from the uneven overlay to the botched application of the stain to the botched application of the sealer and wax. I can honestly say that of the approximately 1100 square feet of work, there was one patch of 50 square feet or so that looked like a professional job, the rest looked like the stain had been spilled on the floor by accident. There were large black puddles (we chose a medium brown color) right next ghastly white spots. **** had told us that it would take a couple of days for things to “wear in” and while we had our significant doubts, we were trying to give **** the benefit. After a few days we called up **** and ***** and explained that we thought there were major problems with our floor. We sent pictures and **** agreed to come back out and look. Unfortunately, it took him two weeks to come back and take a look. As soon as he did he said, “yep, this is awful, I’ll come back and fix it, I always stand by my jobs and I will not stop until this job is fixed”, or something like that. Unfortunately again, it took another two weeks for **** to come back to fix it, sending us back to a hotel for three days while **** attempted to fix the problem. He made slight improvements in certain places by stripping the wax and seal and attempting to put the sealer back on but as we had suspected, this was a botched job from the beginning and resealing and waxing did not fix the problem. After that attempt to fix it, we decided to get another contractor to take a look at our floors. We wanted another opinion. The contractor agreed to come out, showed up exactly at the time he said he would, and took a look at our floors. Quite frankly, this contractor was horrified. Even the 50 square foot section that we deemed “acceptable” did not meet industry standards according to this contractor. This contractor was not trying to make a sales pitch to us and he advised us to seriously consider going with some other flooring option, like laminate or carpet. If we wanted him to try to fix our floors, he urged us to go look at his showroom first so we would get an idea of what his work quality standard is and what we could expect our floors to look like if we wanted to stick with concrete floors. He also suggested that we attempt to get money back from CCS since CCS had clearly failed to meet even bare minimum industry standards. After meeting with this other contractor, I again contacted **** and ***** (In October 2013) and politely explained that we had another concrete professional take a look at the floors. I tried to be as diplomatic as possible, explaining that I understand sometimes things don’t go as planned and I did not want to get into a dispute with CCS but that we needed to fix our floors. I asked for 50% of our payment to be refunded so we could have our floors fixed. We have not heard from **** or ***** since. I have sent approximately a dozen emails and left about a dozen messages and **** and ***** refuse to engage us in any discussion. They have their money and that’s all they care about. I have even tried calling from unknown phone numbers but they carefully screen all their calls. I suspect they both have a fair amount of experience in avoiding dissatisfied customers. Once we brought in another contractor to inspect ****’s work, they likely realized they couldn’t continue to tell us that they provided a quality product. **** has an enormous ego and views himself as a recognized expert in San Antonio concrete staining and likely didn’t take too kindly to another contractor questioning his work. After about 4 weeks of being ignored by CCS, we finally decided to simply move on. We visited the other contractors showroom and were blown away by the way he was able to overlay and stain concrete. He explained to us that we could expect our floors to look like that if we hired him to fix our floors but that he would have to start over (i.e. grind our floors down, overlay them again, stain, seal, and wax). This contractor quoted us a very good price (I think he cut us a break because he felt badly for how we had been treated by CCS) and we hired him to fix our floors. He showed up on time on day one with a professional crew. They worked tirelessly to get the job done and literally transformed our floors from disaster to spectacular. After they completed the work, I sent **** and ***** one last email to show them the before and after pictures and again asked that they consider refunding half of our payment. This was in late November of 2013 and as you might guess, I’m still waiting for a response. Maybe the most disappointing part of our experience with **** and CCS is that **** was fairly vocal in his religious beliefs. He frequently spoke about how he goes to church and how he would have trouble doing certain jobs (such as evicting people from homes) because of his belief system and how he prides himself in how he treats people. The way **** and ***** have treated us, mainly by ignoring us ever since we requested a partial refund and informed them that we sought a second opinion on our floors, is contrary to any legitimate customer service standard, let alone a model of Christian behavior. Our experiences with these two contractors were as different as day and night. Aside from the stark contrast if work quality, the second contractor did not require any upfront payment. I suspect the second contractor never or rarely has disputes with customers over payment. Even though we had already paid to have our floors done once and paying for them a second time was a huge budget hit, we were happy to pay the second contractor because he and his team did such a great job and treated us with the utmost respect. I cannot say the same for **** and ***** at CCS who took advantage of our trusting nature.

Desired Settlement: CCS charged us $6,493 for work that we had to have completely redone. All along I have only asked for a 50% refund, which I have felt is generous considering the terrible service performed and terrible customer service. A 50% refund comes out to $3246.50. If CCS is unwilling to refund this payment, I sincerely hope the BBB provides appropriate warnings that are reflected in its rating system in order to prevent other consumers from similar experiences. We checked on CCS's BBB rating before we hired them and the A plus rating was one of the reasons we hired them.

Business Response: *** **** ** ****** *** ******* **  *****



REF:  Case No. *******


To Whom It May Concern:  
In reference to the above case number CCS does not feel a response is
warranted for the below reasons:


As with all our clients a contract is signed prior to start
of each project (Please see attached contract signed by **** *********).  CCS worked the entire week and weekend to get
this project completed for *** *********.  


CCS’ scope of work was completed on Monday, August 26,
2013.  **** and His wife ****** *********
approve the floors for completion on
August 26, 2013, customer was completely satisfied and remaining balance was
paid in full by *** *********.

CCS e-mailed **** ********* instructions on how to
maintain his decorative concrete floors.


Thursday August 29, 2013 8:04 a.m. **** ********* sends a
message stating how the floors look great, but some areas are dull.   CCS
did address the customers concerns and went above and beyond our scope of work
by stripping and re-sealing the entire house at N/C for materials or labor. 

A text message and voice message was received by ******
********* stating how she loved the floors and thanked us. 


Please refer to the attached contract documents page 3:



Exhibit A:

3.  Existing home not prepared for decorative
concrete.  Contractor will try his best
to prep floors but no guarantees on how the stain will react with the concrete


Exhibit C:

2.  Existing home not prepared for decorative
concrete.  Contractor will try his best
to prep floors but no guarantees on how the stain will react with the concrete

3.   Acid
stain floors offer a natural mottled look with no two areas alike in appearance
or color even within a slab.  Wide color
variations, and various depths of color is normal.  No exact preview of the final color(s) can be
totally achieved. Unlike paint, ****** Stone Tone Stain reacts with the minerals present in the
concrete.  Each concrete slab accepts the stain in varying degrees of


Two Months later *** ********* became very demanding and
threatening with outrageous accusations about our company.   *** ********* has left CCS numerous messages
via phone and e-mail demanding and threatening the company going into detail of
what he is going to do.     These
demands & threats are taken very serious and will not be taken lightly,
proper officials have been informed.




*** ********* did not take the proper steps outlined in
the contract (Please refer to the contract Article Three ARBITRATION) If any differences shall arise
between or among contractor and customer, it would go through Bexar County
courts acting as arbitrator, not the BBB.


CCS’ scope of work was completed on Monday August 26, 2013,
**** ********* and His wife ****** approved
the floors for completion on August 26, 2013 customer was completely satisfied
and remaining balance was paid in full by *** *********.


Consumer Response: Complaint: *******

I am rejecting this response because: Please a few pictures of the work performed by Custom Concrete Solutions. It was horrific work and **** told us not to worry about the way it looked immediately following his final waxing because it needed to "wear in". Additionally, it was wet and we could not walk through to take a final look at the floor. I paid **** on the spot because I thought he was an honest man. Unfortunately we trusted the wrong people. The attached pictures say it all. We had to pay someone else to completely redo our floors. CCS flat out cheated us and we don't want it to happen to anyone else. 


**** *********

BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable effort to address the complaint. However the consumer remains dissatisfied.

3/29/2012 Problems with Product/Service