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  • The installer cut a live plumbing pipe when trying to remove the existing vanity.  This resulted in flooding my bathroom, the bathroom floor, the hallway floor, the kitchen ceiling and the kitchen floor.  The vanity was also installed completely wrong -- glue hanging off the sink, shims sticking out from the legs, the walls were damaged and he left the bathroom in a complete mess.  Now, I have to start all over, get a new vanity, a new contractor and a new headache... not to mention the fact that the entire house is now a mess thanks to Provider name locked. , too.  
    I have since filed a claim with Provider name locked. insurance.  Unfortunately, the offered claim is not enough to fix the damages sustained.  They have refunded the cost of the install and the vanity, but have left me with many more problems than I started out with.  And, without the funds to be able to fix them.  
    The only response I am able to get (to date) from the adjuster is to: accept the settlement or escalate the claim to my home owner's insurance.  I hired Provider name locked. because their in-store team assured me that they screened their contractors and that they stood by their workers if anything went wrong.  That has not been my experience.  
    Once I wrap up this claim, I will never shop at or hire Provider name locked. for any home improvement needs.  It actually would have been easier to deal with a contractor directly; then you wouldn't be bullied by a huge corporation's insurance department.  
    I'm really disappointed by this whole situation.  I feel like they have taken advantage of me.  They are trying to keep the cost of the claim low -- without any regard to how much it is going to cost me to make the repairs.  Then, they are going to litigate and recoup costs back from the contractor's independent insurance.  Essentially, they are trying to make a profit at my expense.  It's bad business.  They hired the contractor; they should be doing what they can to help me fix my home.  
    If you are a single woman trying to find contractors to do work in your home, don't go to Provider name locked. .  Stick to independent reviews on Angie's List.  Even if something goes wrong, at least you're not dealing with a billion dollar company's insurance machine...  

    - Michelle M.
  • id IThe diswasher I was interested in apparently was discontinued.   I told Marven that I had seen mention of that fact on the internet.  He felt he could still find one for me.   Over the space of 3 weeks I attempted to reach Marven by phone to find out the status.  Not one of my phone calls was returned.   I went into the store and was told that he had called me that morning to tell me that he could not get the dishwasher but that the company  had  made a replacement.   I was going away for two weeks and said I would be in touch when I returned to find out if indeed there was a replacement.   Marven was aware that I did not have a functioning dishwasher and wanted one as soon as possible.   When I returned I again called the store and again after three more unanswered phone calls to find out the status I went in to the store and requested my deposit back.   He did return my deposit said he was sorry it didn't work out.   I find that a return call would have been only common decency.   I will  not recommend this store to any one else and I will make sure that every one in my condo building will be aware of the lack of courtesy I experienced.
    - Nancy F.
  • I happened to find Provider name locked. via Craigslist (selling the nicely reconditioned washers & dryers he has in stock,) and came across Provider name locked. C's glowing Yelp review when I did my research. Provider name locked. was absolutely right - Provider name locked. was prompt, professional, and his products are great! I paid $410 including delivery for a reconditioned washer and dryer for my house, and couldn't be happier. He guarantees his reconditioned items for three months, and he seems very good at what he does overall. Give him a call if you're looking for a way to skip the laundromat on a budget - you'll be thrilled! :-D
    (Also, since Angie's List doesn't recognize the formatting for Google websites, you can check out Provider name locked. 's home on the web at
    - Kimberly W.
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