Construction Solutions LLC
PO Box 1334
Cedar Park, TX 78630
Homeowners, contractors, and pool builders, please know that these disclaimers that are on our purchase orders are applied and agreed upon to all jobs, no matter what the situation or circumstance, through any forms of contract either verbal or written:
+ Yardage placed can vary due to form setting, steel placement, and proper soil compaction. The yardage estimate of this purchase order is solely intended for the purpose of planning required materials, labor and equipment so that Texan Gunite can complete the job on the day of the shoot. It is not an official representation of the actual material need or to be placed but an estimate of the service requested. You will be charged what is shot/ unloaded regardless of the estimate.
+ You should be on site to confirm your dig meets your diagram; otherwise we can only use our best judgment.
+ Pipes in the floor should be buried under rock or gravel, otherwise, cracks will result and we are not liable.
+ Repairs caused by improperly installed pipes (creating expansion joints) are not covered under our warranty.
+ A full truckload of material results in 12 cubic yards of shot material charged per truck. Partial trucks material usage is determined by in-field observation, and billed accordingly. You should be on site to sign off on trucks being used and yardage unloaded.
+ Travel (if applicable) is charged from our loading yard in North Liberty Hill.
+ Rebound and cut material from walls/ beam will be used and placed at the discretion of the pool builder and those areas that use rebound will not be under our warranty.
+ Pools must be pumped of water at least 24 hours prior to application of Gunite. Pools must be free of dirt from cave-ins, mud/muck, debris, trash, if not you will be charged accordingly to have it done by Texan Gunite.
+ Plumbing and electricity must be properly installed, aligned and or leveled prior to appearing. Failure to do so will result in delay and or other extra charges and or pull off fees.
+ Pool must be watered for a minimum of fourteen consecutive days, beginning the day after Gunite application. The builder is responsible for maintaining weep holes clean throughout the construction process, and for maintaining the Gunite finish hydrated.
+ Within 15 days (net15) after completion of the project/job, payment in full must be delivered to P.O. Box 1334, Cedar Park, and Williamson County, Texas 78630, where the terms are performable in Travis County, Texas regardless of job site location (unless otherwise agreed upon or noted on invoice). Payment late fee of $500* will be added and interest accrues on late payment and amount owed at applicable maximum lawful rate (1.5% Monthly Percentage Rate, 18% Annual Percentage Rate); and collections, lawsuit and or mechanics lien will be filed in accordance of Texas Property Codes 28, 53, and 162. If collection referred to an attorney, all legal and court fees and costs will become due and will be incurred by the builder. The estimated costs will be derived from the proposal and all waivers of the proposal apply.
+ Texan Gunite is not and will not be responsible for any fines, dues, and or damages due to the fact that the project has not been inspected by the proper inspectors (either city or private) at the start of the Gunite application.
+ Texan Gunite is not responsible for and is hereby released from any and all liability from damages and yardage miscalculations caused by design, engineering, and excavation miscalculation and or rebar placement.
+ Texan Gunite is not responsible for and is hereby released from any and all claims and liabilities for all and any damages as a result of improper clean up of project site before and after Gunite.
This will be the sole responsibility of the pool builder.
+ All protection of all animals disclaimed.
+ If a pull off is necessary, all charges of a minimum of $850.00 plus travel if applicable will be the responsibility of the pool builder.
+ Texan Gunite disclaims all liability to driveways, landscaping, sprinklers and or other features when we need to situate our equipment near your project construction site and area in order to perform the job you requested.
Hydration of Pool Shell: Gunite continues to cure even after it looks like it is dry. Someone (homeowner, pool builder, etc.) (not Texan Gunite) needs to hydrate the gunite 2x (twice) a day for a minimum of 14 days after gunite (we recommend hydrating your pool until the day before it is to be plastered or pebbled). This is an important part of the curing process and could affect the overall quality and strength of the gunite.
Cracking: is a natural by-product of the gunite/ concrete swelling and shrinking, due to temperature/ climate conditions and amount of hydration or lack thereof a gunite pool shell gets. It is common to see hairline cracks (also known as spider cracking) on the shell of the pool. Each pool is different so each situation of cracking will be different as well (if this does even occur)
Dusting: Dust is a natural byproduct of the gunite process. Since the material is dry (concrete sand and Type 1 portland cement) dust is produced when these two materials are mixed together by our auger system, by material dropping into the gunite gun, and at the end of the nozzle when it is being blown into the pool. Texan Gunite is not responsible for any dust damage to buildings or vehicles from the dust being moved by air, wind and other natural and non-natural methods or causes outside the surrounding area of the pool or project area as well as the unloading and mixing area. Please inform all surrounding neighbors and people that the gunite crew will be coming and to move all their vehicles/ items out of range and or indoors to help prevent any dusting to their vehicles/ items.