Complaints against great expectations dating service

31-Dec-2019 17:58

When our location was desperate for installers, our branch manager approved new hire installers to work after only completing the written course training portion of 4 weeks.

Desperate times call for treading a thin legal line, apparently.

"Oh, it's the plumber's fault, not ours..." The branch manager finally agreed to send out an installer to repair the drywall and ceiling of his kitchen - an 18 year old, fresh out of high school, green handed kid with NO experience in the realm of home repair.

Branches rarely made good on promises to compensate customers for bills they incurred from repairing damages our company made to their property - like the steam cleaning bill from blood on white carpet and not removing shoes leaving scuffed and scratched floor tile despite being "required" to lay down a drop cloth .

A few hours after the installer completed the job, the home owner's kitchen ceiling light directly below this bathroom was flooding with water and his entire kitchen ceiling needed repair.

This went on for WEEKS and WEEKS with Bath Fitter trying to escape responsibility.

The salesmen, or "estimators, " are paid only an 8% commission rate on sales.

Of course it is usually the "fault of the homeowners floor tiles for not being straight." Yes, that unfortunate excuse was actually given.When questioned by me and other staff regarding the decision to allow this the branch manager responded by saying "who's going to know besides us?" The people who knew ended up being the angry, dissatisfied customers who's bathrooms were left in damaged, leaking, shoddy condition for WEEKS waiting for resolutions.Do you have the time, money and patience to do business with a company like this?You'd be better off doing the project yourself. I paid more than , 000 in 2007 for the local Bath Fitter franchise to install wainscoting/shower liner in my home's main bathroom.

Of course it is usually the "fault of the homeowners floor tiles for not being straight." Yes, that unfortunate excuse was actually given.

When questioned by me and other staff regarding the decision to allow this the branch manager responded by saying "who's going to know besides us?

" The people who knew ended up being the angry, dissatisfied customers who's bathrooms were left in damaged, leaking, shoddy condition for WEEKS waiting for resolutions.

Do you have the time, money and patience to do business with a company like this?

You'd be better off doing the project yourself. I paid more than , 000 in 2007 for the local Bath Fitter franchise to install wainscoting/shower liner in my home's main bathroom.

There are absolutely no incentives for salesmen, excuse me, "Estimators" to go out and make sales.