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Our project took almost a month due to the company measuring the linen closet wrong. They had to order a new linen closet. Currently we are at a stand still over the bill for the tile. I must say working with Provider name locked. and his staff mostly was a good experience. However, I cannot say the same thing for Provider name locked. . I found her to be rude, and unprofessional. This was our experience with her. Currently we have a disagreement over the final bill. Regardless of the outcome I would not recommend this company based on my experience with Provider name locked. . We had planned to have Provider name locked. remodel another bathroom but have made plans with another company. We have had many companies in our home to do work this is the first time we have ever had a problem with any company.
Finally, .I did inform Provider name locked. that I would contact Angie's List and the BBB. Upon notifying her of our plans she sent them letters to justify why she thinks we owe them. We both feel strongly that we are right about the tile. Matter a fact during our last contact with her husband Provider name locked. , told us to" forget it that it just wasn't worth it". He and my husband came to a agreement and he said he would send us a new invoice which we never received.. We only signed their customer agreement form and upon completion of the job gave then a certified check for the total amount due on the customer agreement form for the remodeled bath. What really bothers me about this company is if they thought we owed then why not put it into the customer agreement form. When we went with Provider name locked. to get the tile months before they did the job he specifically helped us find tile that would be within our budget. We selected the tile in March 2015 however, he purchased tile in Provider name locked. . The tile was on sale in March. We were prepared to pay for the tile then but were told not to by Provider name locked. . I do believe he told us the down payment covered the tile. We were told on the day of completion were owed more money. Provider name locked. should to learn from this experience. An estimate is not the same as a agreement. Be honest and let your clients know up front how much they will owe the company. Future customers make sure that they tell you up front the total cost. You might want to purchase your own tile yourself.. That is the mistake we made we should have purchased the tile. They do quality work. However that has noting to do with their billing.
- Lynn K.
Day 1 involved laying the fiberglas liner to cover the 3" crack. Masking, venilation was as expected.
Spray new cover coat, clean up.
Day 2 was further clean up, Provider name locked. to gloss finish, caulk as required.
The only "negative" was that cleanup was not as through as I would have desired. Buffing dust remained behind toilet. Masking tape tore drywall paper requiring me to patch and paint.
Got my fingers crossed that the repair lasts 3-5 years to get cost of repair offset by use.
- J CARROLL N.
The estimate experience and our two times in the show room were very informative and helpful. The work could not be done on the first scheduled date because parts did not arrive. The glass door took longer to arrive than expected but we could use the shower with a curtain until the door came. We are very pleased with the completed work.
- Roberta & Robert M.