BBB issues warning about landscaping company

Posted at 1:14 PM, May 09, 2016

The Better Business Bureau is issuing a warning about a landscaping company.

The BBB says its received 22 complaints about Paradise Hardscapes in the last month.

"Consumers claim they give [Christopher] Daily a deposit and the business does not return to start to the work," the BBB said in a news release. "Consumers also allege that when Daily’s business does start the work, they often times do not finish what they have started.  In addition to uncompleted work, consumers claim the Daily’s workmanship is inferior and consumers will have to get another company to come out and redo Daily’s work."

The BBB said Daily uses aliases including Chris Carter and Walter Pilgrim.

Officials said Daily owns several “F-rated” businesses: Pristine Scapes, Abundant Turf Solutions, Douglas Landscaping and Concrete Inc., and Paradise Hardscapes.

Denver7 called Paradise Hardscapes and left a message requesting a statement from the company.

The company's website says they've been in business in 2005.


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