He told the judge he “had the right intentions” and was “following a dream” to start his own company.
Haase was ordered to stay out of the home improvement industry for acting as a contractor without a license. He will also have to complete 48 hours of unsupervised community service and will have to serve as a term of unsupervised probation. In court, Haase said he had already signed up as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
But for Charles Coale, a former Deck Daddy customer, he believes “justice was not done today.
“For the number of people that he has cost hours and hours to -- yeah," he continued. "I got my money back, but I didn't get anything back for my time."
Haase blamed what happened to Coale’s deck on a "two week monsoon" in April that crippled his business.
Watch the video to hear from other former Deck Daddy customers who say they still haven’t been issued a refund for a job not-so-well-done.