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Old 08-19-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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If you have seen the commercials they boast a really nice product, at first glance, their prices seem to command quality materials and workmanship so my wife and I decided to have them renovate both of our bathrooms (just the shower) nothing else, we have tubs and wanted showers.

Well I'll let the pictures and video explain the rest and why we are about to sue those arseholes for screwing up one of our bathrooms.

After seeing what they did to the 1st one there is no way in hell they are touching the other.












Hopefully this will save someone the headache I and the missus are having to deal with.

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This is why I do the bulk of the work on the house myself. Saves me headaches when I find issues.

When we had our first house I had a contractor do some electrical work for me. I know my way around a breaker panel, mainly didn't have time to do it myself. NEVER again.
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Yeah my thoughts exactly, what really set me off was when I started pointing out the mistakes to the installer, he had the f'ing nerve to say to me "well I can't please you" then jumped in his van and left.

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Yeah my thoughts exactly, what really set me off was when I started pointing out the mistakes to the installer, he had the f'ing nerve to say to me "well I can't please you" then jumped in his van and left.

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This is why I do the bulk of the work on the house myself. Saves me headaches when I find issues.

When we had our first house I had a contractor do some electrical work for me. I know my way around a breaker panel, mainly didn't have time to do it myself. NEVER again.
I don't have the time or energy nor the tools to tackle a job of this seemingly miniscule renovation.

I can roof a house, I can wire it, I can plumb it and even my wife can hang sheetrock. I paid to have someone else with all the proper tools and equipment to handle it.

We are too old to screw around with such tasks not to mention we make enough $$ so that we don't have to.

This was a public warning for anyone else that might be in the market for home improvement options and who NOT to buy from.

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Lol. Is that one of those (bathroom done in a day ) places?
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..and you spent 10 grand to have a bathtub removed and that installed? Holy crap, umm.... I spent 5 on one of my rentals and did the entire bathroom. Granite , beautiful sink,maple cabinets, porcelain tile,all new everything, etc... Didn't you question why 10 grand for a $1500 job?
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..and you spent 10 grand to have a bathtub removed and that installed? Holy crap, umm.... I spent 5 on one of my rentals and did the entire bathroom. Granite , beautiful sink,maple cabinets, porcelain tile,all new everything, etc... Didn't you question why 10 grand for a $1500 job?
I had no idea what a job like this would cost, I trusted a supposedly well known legitimate company.The salesman they have could sell ice cubes to an Eskimo.

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