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Recent Review: I give them A's all the way down to be honest.
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Recent Review: I had purchased all the components in advance from the tile to the toilet to the shower pan and the shower doors. This allowed me to pick exactly what I wanted and made it easier to get accurrate bids that reflected the work that needed to be done.
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Recent Review: I cannot praise Quinn's workers highly enough. There were four workers, including the foreman Tony Haasz, and all of them were extremely professional but also very pleasant. They protected our hardwood floors and did their best to minimize dust, and every day before they left they swept and straightened their work areas. We have an older house (built @1920) so there were a number of surprises, particularly with the ancient plumbing and wiring, but nothing fazed these guys. They clearly knew what they were doing, and everything they touched looked like a million bucks after they were finished. The completed bathroom is absolutely gorgeous - it looks like something from a magazine. I would recommend Quinn's without hesitation to anyone.
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Recent Review: This project involved gutting 2 small bathrooms and replacing 30 year old fixtures. The project should have taken a month, and Ferguson Kitchen, Bath and Lighting assured me the master bathroom would be in usable order in only 2-3 days. We began the first week of December. It finally wrapped up the second week of March once all the flawed, broken, warped and incorrect pieces were reordered and arrived, all separately. Every reorder took 1-2 weeks for delivery. The contractor and plumbers were good to work with, but Ferguson messed up at every turn. First, Ferguson sent the wrong size bathtub. The fiberglass tub/shower walls were terribly warped so when new flat walls arrived, we discovered Ferguson had supplied a 30" tub instead of 32". The 30" tub had to be ripped out and the 32" installed in its place. The shower fixture's ball valve was bad and also had to be replaced. It only got worse from there. The medicine cabinet has glass mirrors inside and out; all of it was broken. An identical one was going into the secondary bath, and that one was in good shape, so we could keep moving while a replacement was ordered. The sink was warped so the pop-up drain wouldn't fit; yet another reorder. The replacement sink was delivered to the wrong address, and had to be picked up, a 2 hour round trip and another day lost. The lid to the toilet tank is badly chipped inside, but by this point I was not going to make it an issue. Nothing in the master bath had been right on the first try. We were already well into mid/late January. Moving on to the secondary bath, the shower stall was in good shape and went in well. We had settled the fiasco with the medicine cabinet and finally had a replacement that was also in good order. The toilet went in fine and it wasn't broken, so that was a real relief. The sink and its cabinet was delivered unassembled, which surprised the contractor and me. Finally the shower doors arrived 2 weeks after everything else was finished. Ferguson insisted on using their own guy to install it, so that meant waiting on them again. Once they finally came in and were delivered, not only were the doors scuffed and warped, they were the wrong glass. They had sent a cheap 1/16" flat glass that had a serious flaw and they were also in a warped framework. I had ordered a thicker pebbled glass, so it was obvious from the moment they came off the truck. There was no box to open; only a border of thick cardboard and styrofoam went around the edges of the glass doors. I insisted these incorrect doors be hung so the hardware was installed and the correct doors be ordered. Another 2-1/2 weeks go by and the correct doors came in and were hung in place of the flawed ones they should never have tried to sell anyway. Once we got to paying off the last of the bill, I had had enough and wanted some kind of compensation for the aggravation they had put me through, and for keeping me tied up for months. Fortunately I work at home or it might still not be done. I got very angry when I was told I had already been compensated because I didn't have to pay for any of the replacement items. What? How is that compensation? That is them fixing the mistakes they had made. Maybe it's because I was home to watch all of the proceedings, I knew everything that had gone wrong. When the rep said she wanted me to be a happy customer, I told her that ship had sailed a long time ago. Now I feel they owe me! All I got was the price of the shower door installation waived. Big, fat, hairy deal! Yes, we got off on a bad foot when I insisted I was not paying for the wrong tub, or having to pay for it to be installed twice. That wasn't my any of doing. But instead of really trying to make it better, it almost looked like Ferguson went out of their way to make it worse.

Reviews in Goode for Installing Shower Doors

CNW BY NE CARPENTRY & HANDYMAN SERVICES
I purchased a Big Deal for $275 for 6 hours of handyman service. I asked him to install a glass shower door in my master bath. He ended up chipping the tub while installing this and then claimed he didn't do it. He cut the support to the shower door an inch too short. When I pointed it out to him, he said he knew he did it and he was going to have order a replacement. He never did, he said it wasn't available. I went to Home Depot and ordered it myself and had a friend install it.
- Sarah M....
AAlex Ertel Construction Inc
I had purchased all the components in advance from the tile to the toilet to the shower pan and the shower doors. This allowed me to pick exactly what I wanted and made it easier to get accurrate bids that reflected the work that needed to be done.
- Francy R....
CRe-Bath® of SW & Central VA
We called them for an estimate at the first of June because our bathroom was very old and in need of repairs.  A salesman came to the house and took measurements and talked to us about the product.  He was very enthusiastic about the company and assured us that their product was the best.  We started picking out our choices and with every option, he convinced us to go with an upgrade.  He made us feel like we were crazy if we went with the lower option.  This was our first time dealing with a major remodel and since we wanted to do this right, we agreed.  They were backed up and he told us that they would not be able to get to us until September, October at the latest.  He assured us that it was because they were such a good company and their product was so popular.  We agreed to wait that long because we wanted it done right and he convinced us that it would be.  We were also told that we would have to do all of the painting because they did not provide that service.  We should have known right there that for the price they charged, painting should have been included, but we just brushed it off and figured that we could take time and choose the colors and since the bathroom was small, it wouldn't be too much to paint.  We wish we would have listened to our gut instinct and chose someone else. In mid-October, they finally came out.  They sent 1 man to do the entire installation.  Luckily my husband was here to assist him, such as helping him to carry stuff in and out of the house and crawling under the house to turn the water on and off for him.  Had he not been here, I do not know how the work could have gotten done, especially in a timely manner. When the salesman was selling us the upgrades, I don't think it was measured correctly because certain upgrades did not fit well in our bathroom, such as the elongated toilet, large pedestal sink and sliding glass shower doors.  Once everything was put in place, it was very cramped.  Since the toilet was an elongated one, whenever you sit on it, your knees almost touch the oversized pedestal sink.  The shower doors opened from the sides, and that is where the sink and toilet is, so when you went to take a shower, you almost had to stand on the toilet to get in the bathtub.  I thought that since their speciality was bathrooms, they would know when something is too big for a small space.  My husband convinced the installer to take the shower doors off, but there was nothing that could be done about the too big toilet and sink.  When my husband called Re-Bath concerning the shower doors, they told him that they had never seen a bathroom where the shower doors did not work.  At first they told him that they could not give us a refund on the shower doors since they had already been installed, but the salesman convinced the manager to give us a partial refund (I think we got back about 20% or so of the purchase price).  Overall we are extremely disappointed with their work.  We were assured that their product was top quality, but it really feels like cheap plastic.  When you touch the walls, it feels cheap.  When we were looking at getting the bathroom remodeled, I wish we would have known the poor quality of their product.  We paid over $10,000 that is in my opinion not worth $5,000. Even the towel bar and toilet paper roll felt cheap. We were also disappointed with having to do the painting of the ceiling and top 1/2 of the walls ourselves.  I have had better experiences at bad used car lots.
- Susie P....
AQuinn's Home Improvement
I cannot praise Quinn's workers highly enough. There were four workers, including the foreman Tony Haasz, and all of them were extremely professional but also very pleasant. They protected our hardwood floors and did their best to minimize dust, and every day before they left they swept and straightened their work areas. We have an older house (built @1920) so there were a number of surprises, particularly with the ancient plumbing and wiring, but nothing fazed these guys. They clearly knew what they were doing, and everything they touched looked like a million bucks after they were finished. The completed bathroom is absolutely gorgeous - it looks like something from a magazine. I would recommend Quinn's without hesitation to anyone.
- Alicia C....
DFerguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
This project involved gutting 2 small bathrooms and replacing 30 year old fixtures. The project should have taken a month, and Ferguson Kitchen, Bath and Lighting assured me the master bathroom would be in usable order in only 2-3 days. We began the first week of December. It finally wrapped up the second week of March once all the flawed, broken, warped and incorrect pieces were reordered and arrived, all separately. Every reorder took 1-2 weeks for delivery. The contractor and plumbers were good to work with, but Ferguson messed up at every turn. First, Ferguson sent the wrong size bathtub. The fiberglass tub/shower walls were terribly warped so when new flat walls arrived, we discovered Ferguson had supplied a 30" tub instead of 32". The 30" tub had to be ripped out and the 32" installed in its place. The shower fixture's ball valve was bad and also had to be replaced. It only got worse from there. The medicine cabinet has glass mirrors inside and out; all of it was broken. An identical one was going into the secondary bath, and that one was in good shape, so we could keep moving while a replacement was ordered. The sink was warped so the pop-up drain wouldn't fit; yet another reorder. The replacement sink was delivered to the wrong address, and had to be picked up, a 2 hour round trip and another day lost. The lid to the toilet tank is badly chipped inside, but by this point I was not going to make it an issue. Nothing in the master bath had been right on the first try. We were already well into mid/late January. Moving on to the secondary bath, the shower stall was in good shape and went in well. We had settled the fiasco with the medicine cabinet and finally had a replacement that was also in good order. The toilet went in fine and it wasn't broken, so that was a real relief. The sink and its cabinet was delivered unassembled, which surprised the contractor and me. Finally the shower doors arrived 2 weeks after everything else was finished. Ferguson insisted on using their own guy to install it, so that meant waiting on them again. Once they finally came in and were delivered, not only were the doors scuffed and warped, they were the wrong glass. They had sent a cheap 1/16" flat glass that had a serious flaw and they were also in a warped framework. I had ordered a thicker pebbled glass, so it was obvious from the moment they came off the truck. There was no box to open; only a border of thick cardboard and styrofoam went around the edges of the glass doors. I insisted these incorrect doors be hung so the hardware was installed and the correct doors be ordered. Another 2-1/2 weeks go by and the correct doors came in and were hung in place of the flawed ones they should never have tried to sell anyway. Once we got to paying off the last of the bill, I had had enough and wanted some kind of compensation for the aggravation they had put me through, and for keeping me tied up for months. Fortunately I work at home or it might still not be done. I got very angry when I was told I had already been compensated because I didn't have to pay for any of the replacement items. What? How is that compensation? That is them fixing the mistakes they had made. Maybe it's because I was home to watch all of the proceedings, I knew everything that had gone wrong. When the rep said she wanted me to be a happy customer, I told her that ship had sailed a long time ago. Now I feel they owe me! All I got was the price of the shower door installation waived. Big, fat, hairy deal! Yes, we got off on a bad foot when I insisted I was not paying for the wrong tub, or having to pay for it to be installed twice. That wasn't my any of doing. But instead of really trying to make it better, it almost looked like Ferguson went out of their way to make it worse.
- Vaughn A....