Northern Nevada Contractors Disciplined

Contractors in Reno, Sparks, Crystal Bay, Gardnerville, Fernley, and South Lake Tahoe have been disciplined for various violations.

This is the news release from the Nevada State Contractors Board, sent on Friday, June 13, 2008:
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EIGHT NEVADA CONTRACTORS DISCIPLINED
BY CONTRACTORS BOARD

(Henderson, NV) – At its meeting on June 11, 2008, the Nevada State Contractors Board adjudicated cases involving eight contractors.

Helms Hardwood Flooring, license number 46156 (Carpentry), based out of South Lake Tahoe, CA, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to include the monetary license limit and license number on a contract or proposal; failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal and failure to establish financial responsibility. A Letter of Reprimand was placed in the licensee’s file and a current financial statement was ordered.

Roof Crafters, Inc., license number 9936B (Roofing & Siding), based out of Crystal Bay, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for substandard workmanship and failure to include the monetary license limit and license number on a contract or proposal. The licensee was fined $100; ordered to pay investigative costs and warranty the homeowner’s roof for five years.

MKM Builders, Inc., license number 56227A (Residential & Small Commercial), based out of Gardnerville, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal and failure to establish financial responsibility. The licensee was fined $100, ordered to provide a current financial statement and complete repairs on the homeowner’s residence.

Corbet Weiler Homes, LLC, license number 60222 (General Building), based out of Carson City, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for diversion of funds; failure to respond to a written request from the Board; failure to include the monetary license limit and license number on a contract or proposal and failure to establish financial responsibility. The licensee was fined $800 and ordered to pay investigative costs. The license was surrendered.

Advanced Stucco, license number 52531 (Lathing & Plastering), based out of Fernley, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to establish financial responsibility; failure to comply with a written request from the Board and failure to respond to a written request from the Board. The licensee was fined $2,000, ordered to pay investigative costs and make full restitution to all damaged parties and reimburse the Board for any monies paid out of the Residential Recovery Fund. The license was revoked.

Visions Concrete Design, LLC, license number 54796A (Concrete), based out of Sparks, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to establish financial responsibility and failure to keep in force a bond or cash deposit. The licensee was ordered to pay investigative costs, make full restitution to the damaged party and provide a current financial statement. The license is suspended.

Grass Valley Industries, Inc., dba Kerr Concrete,, license numbers 43235A, 43235B and 43235C (Concrete, Steel Reinforcing & Erection and Sheet Metal), based out of Reno, NV, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for diversion of funds and failure to keep in force a bond or cash deposit. The licensee ordered to pay investigative costs. The license was suspended.

Summary Suspension

The Nevada State Contractors Board took proactive action on June 11, 2008, by summarily suspending the following license, after money owning complaints were received on the company:

Stratton Group, dba Todd Stratton Homes, license number 59890, (Residential & Small Commercial) based out of Henderson, NV.

The Nevada State Contractors Board is committed to promoting the public confidence and trust in the competency and integrity of licensed contractors and to protecting the health, safety and welfare of the public.

**The Business Review Program is one in which a contractor’s business practices and regulatory compliance is examined by NSCB investigative staff. The program is a part of NSCB’s proactive investigative efforts.

The Nevada State Contractors Board is committed to protecting the public’s health, safety, and welfare through licensing and regulation of the construction industry. Under Nevada Revised Statutes, a licensee is subject to disciplinary action by the Board for failure to comply with the requirements of the laws or regulations governing contractors. Violations may result in Board action against the contractor’s license. The State Contractors Board has the power to regulate contractors and discipline licensees who violate NRS 624. Disciplinary action may consist of a fine of up to $10,000 per offense, order corrective action, suspension, revocation or other action.

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