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faux rocks around pool

Posted by soakinit (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 14, 05 at 13:09

Does anyone know an independent faux rock painter in the Glendale, CA (los angeles) area. My "professional" pool company has done a terrible job. When we complained, they subtlely threatened to delay the job if WE wanted to make any changes. I'm seriously considering buying the paint and doing it myself, but after spending close to 100K, you'd think THEY'D do it right!!! Please help....


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RE: faux rocks around pool

They paid in full yet?


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RE: faux rocks around pool

I have heard of a company that makes lightweight faux large
rocks. It is called: Featherstone. Check it out


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On another forum here at GardenWeb, I may have found your answer. See link below. No matter what the outcome, for someone with their attitude, when all is done I would report them to the better business bureau.

Here is a link that might be useful: Tips & Techniques


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RE: faux rocks around pool

Hello All,
After thoroughly reviewing all the faux rock products on the market, our company decided to carry only those manufactured in the USA by Superior Faux Products, Inc. Their product line can be viewed at www.SuperiorFauxProducts.com. They incorporate actual pulverized rock in the outer membrane of their product so it looks and feels perfectly natural. Great for pools and back yard gardens.

Here is a link that might be useful: American Faux Rocks Website


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