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Behr DeckOver Damages: Settled

Home Improvement, Bad ProductStephanie Lair
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For all the benefits of having a beautiful wooden deck provides, the yearly upkeep of staining and/or painting doesn’t seem like too much to ask. But what if there was a product that conveyed it would rejuvenate your wooden deck and keep it looking beautiful longer than the typical stain or paint job? Even at a higher price point, it would be worth it in the time and effort you were putting in every year pre-BBQ season.

That is what Behr betted on when they released their DeckOver line of 100% acrylic deck resurfacers. This product promises to give customers a thick, long lasting coat that “rejuvenates old, dull wood and concrete,” “conceals cracks and splinters up to ¼ in, and creates a smooth, slip-resistant finish that also resists cracking and peeling.”

With promises like these, it almost seems worth the $2.11/sqft price tag compared to Behr’s “most advanced” stain formula at $0.12/sqft that is “guaranteed” at 10 years on decks. Heck, at this price comparison, the DeckOver should outlast even your children’s lifetime, right?

For many consumers, though, this hasn’t even been close to the case with their DeckOver coats deteriorating quickly within months and in some cases weeks according to complaints stemming from as early as 2015. And what happens when the resurfacer fails? Consumers are left spending extra time and money removing the DeckOver, repairing the damaged surfaces, and reapplying a new deck treatment.

If this happened to you and you would like your hard earned money back there is a settlement form now available!!

You are considered a class members if you purchased DeckOver between Sept. 1, 2012 and June 27, 2018!

Award varies per individual and the damage that was caused.

File a claim by the deadline on 2/27/2019

For more information call us at (650) 762-8545 or fill out the form below!

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