Review the 13 Epic Pools & Landscape projects and payment history over the years. On this page, find any reports of slow payment from vendors, typical contract terms such as retainage, days to payment, payment terms, and overall performance. Know more about who you work with, how they pay, and avoid any potential issues on the job.
Reported Slow Payment
Projects With Liens
8 months ago
Lien threat value:
Send an Invoice Reminder. Other contractors send an invoice reminder 15 and 25 days after sending an invoice.
Send a Notice of Intent to Lien to push for payment and avoid a mechanics lien. A notice of intent to lien results in payment on more than 95% of projects.
75% of projects in the last 12 months had no reported payment issues by other contractors.
Last 12 months - 75%
According to available information, 50% of projects in 2021 had no reported payment incidents.
2022 - 100%
2021 - 50%
2020 - 100%
2019 - 100%
Typical retainage not yet submitted for Epic Pools & Landscape.
Others typically said they were paid if paid from Epic Pools & Landscape. See what were common payment terms.
100% Pay if paid
Epic Pools & Landscape typically pays in 15 - 30 days. This is self-reported by other contractors at the end of projects.
100% 15 - 30 days
HORRIBLE!!! Mark DeVriend is a liar and his son is even worse! He demands payment not due and also threatens his attorney will deliver the final bill, when the pool leaks and work is not finished