Nashville garage door company resolves sealing issue
I thought the bid was high, but agreed to the service. I advised them on what was needed prior to the visit, but they came without the proper equipment to replace defective items.
They agreed to charge no labor on the second trip, but came back with a bill that didn’t discount the labor as promised. They said they needed to order a single rubber piece. I agreed to replace both although both were not needed. The rubber-bottom slides do not fit and cause water to flood into the garage on both sides.
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I called to request they revisit the property to correct the issue, but they argued they installed the doors properly. They reimbursed the cost of the labor, but I want a refund of $135 for the cost of the defective rubber pieces.
Linda Vaughn, Gallatin, Tennessee
I’ve reached out to the member about her concerns with the work we provided. I went out myself to see what we could do to alleviate her issues.
I did see another option for her to end this issue of her door not keeping water out. We ordered the required parts required. If these new parts do not resolve her problems, we will provide the $135 refund.
John Ford, customer service manager
Editor’s Note: The replacement parts alleviated the flooding and the member considers this case resolved.
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