Bankruptcy documents show sunroom company owes Uncle Sam, insurance companies

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Newly released court documents show just one year ago, it was a profitable multimillion dollar company. Earlier this month when Springfield Sunrooms filed for bankruptcy, there was only $186 in cash.

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It’s a long list of creditors. At the top, the IRS and the Missouri Department of Revenue. Springfield Sunrooms owes about $19,000 in back taxes.

There are a few insurance companies. Springfield Sunrooms owes a workers comp insurance company more than $50,000.

Springfield Sunrooms also owes its owner Four Seasons corporate office in New York more than $60,000 for supplies. Three business lenders, one based in California, claim the Springfield company owes a combined $400,000.

Michael Hainrihar, the owner of Springfield Sunrooms, is listed as a creditor. Court documents show his LLC owes him nearly $78,000.

Still, Hainrihar paid himself. His take home pay last year was almost $176,000. He also paid his wife $19,000.

Since the filing, there are an additional 73 creditors, most are customers and contractors. Hainrihar has about a half-a-dozen pending cases with customers, including fraud allegations. Months after our reporting, the attorney general is now investigating this case and encourages all upset customers to file a complaint.

As we've mentioned before, KY3 Inc is listed in the bankruptcy case.
Springfield Sunrooms owes this TV station money for airing ads.
We should also point out, those ads stopped running when we started this investigation months ago.