An Illinois park is fighting back after a firm allegedly failed to fulfill its warranty agreement.
The Collinsville Area Recreation District claims it incurred more than $50,000 worth of costs after two waterslides began to chip paint soon after the town had hired a company to paint the slides.
According to The Madison-St. Clair Record, Collinsville alleges in a complain that it entered into a contract with PurePlay on March 15, 2012, to repair and repaint certain waterslides at Splash City Family Waterpark. It paid PurePlay $33,674 for the work to slides.
Since the work was completed, the park claims the paint is chipping and has caused damages to the slides. According to the report, PurePlay has refused to fix the damage. Now, Collinsville is seeking a judgment of more than $200,000.