In June 2016, I hired Danny of Enervate Renovations Ltd to build me a 10’ X 23’ composite deck with glass and post railing. I finally had the composite base completed on November 09, 2016; but no railing and only three two-by-four pieces of wood for stairs. After sending two demand letters, Danny met me at The Deck Store where I picked out railings, which the salesman advised would take one to two weeks. After two weeks, I called The Deck Store only to find that Danny had never even placed an order for my railings. On July 19, 2017, I finally had to resort to hiring another contractor, who also pointed out Danny’s substandard work on the portion of the deck which had been completed; clips were missing resulting in the boards lifting and where boards had to be screwed the holes had not been pre-drilled, resulting in ugly screw holes. On August 14, 2017, Danny finally agreed to pay me back $7,000; of which he has currently only paid me back $1,000. I am now forced to sue him in Small Claims Court for the remaining $6,000.