Delray Beach flooring contractor took money but never finished job, member says
We had a sewage leak, and after the insurance claim was paid, Suncoast began the work. They said I would be without a bathroom for a week.
Instead, the bathroom is demolished and partly tiled, and the master bedroom is partly tiled.
They took my money and didn’t buy tile with it. I believe they filed for bankruptcy, and I’m left to pay another company and buy the materials.
I’m crushed that they took my money and lied about buying materials. They knew it was a hardship for my mother and me to live here with this work being done. Now, because of the partly done work, it’s an even bigger mess than when they started.
They kept saying they needed to buy one lot of tile so the materials would be consistent. I’m sorry they’re going through bankruptcy, but I don’t know why they had to take me down with them. I want a $10,000 refund.
Lee Griffin, Boca Raton, Fla.
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