Forslund Building Supply Evaluation posted on their Facebook page.I would like to say something uplifting and positive about our experience with Forslund of Ashland with regards to a Boundary Fence we had installed on our property.Unfortunately I have to report that the job was poorly executed so much so that last year while working out in the garden we noticed that the fence was moving in the strong gusts of wind. On closer inspection and some research we realized that not only were the fence post holes not dug to the required four foot depth as agreed upon with Dennis Gilbertson, the manager of the Ashland Office, but that the 23 out of 38 bags of Sakcrete Concrete we returned for a credit, actually meant, that the required amount of concrete required to ensure that we would have a structurally sound boundary fence was not used.Just for the record both Dennis Gilbertson and Bob from Blue Builders came out late last year to have a look at the boundary fence and at that time promised to do whatever it took to bring the boundary fence up to the accepted standard of such a fence. When Bob of Blue Builders came out again in June 2013, his suggested solution was to cut off the 8 to 9 inches of post that were proud of the fence line and to fill the missing concrete, sometime more than six inches deep, with some new concrete. We lost all confidence in this contractor, firstly since he was not able to do the job correctly the first time and secondly his flippancy as to what would be an acceptable solution.I have to make it clear that we did not hire the contractor, this contractor, Bob of Blue Builders, was hired and paid by Forslund's Ashland office as can be seen by the receipt we have COD 307414/1.We have spent close to a year speaking to both Offices, Ashland and Ironwood but unfortunately we only get a run around or this from the Ironwood office: "This has nothing to do with us."Our solution was a cash settlement of $750 to pay for a contractor to label and disassemble the boundary fence. To remove the posts without damaging the plants that have since grown next to the fence. Then to re-dig the holes, some 14 of them, to the required four foot depth, and then subsequently to pour in the required amount of concrete such that when set we would have a structurally sound boundary fence. The $750 covers his labor, we will have to purchase all of the other material that he will need to complete the job.Since neither the Ashland Office or the head Office in Ironwood want to settle this sub-par job but rather wish to avoid the whole issue I feel it is my duty to ask the question: If Forslund truly had it's customers first and foremost in it's mind, would it not insure that they remedy a poorly performed job such their customer can feel satisfied that they have not been exploited by Forslund and its Contractor. Also, in my opinion, I believe it would be fair to ask if they are willing to allow a contractor to do sub par work for this customer, how many other customers are being exploited by this system.I hope this helps anyone who is about to make a decision as to who to hire for a project that they have in mind for their home. The question you have to ask yourself is will the project be completed to a professional level and will you leave feeling satisfied that the company you hired did everything in their power to ensure that you were satisfied with the service you received.Plainly this customer does not.