Pretty disappointing experience. rep gave me lots of reasons why my floor project was one that he felt they really handle. Seemed like anything beyond the typical was not their thing.
Very helpful and non-pressured assistance with my home improvement project. Very nice selection of products and they allowed me to take home as many samples as I wanted.
Flooring cracked the first week it was installed. It took over 1 year to get the floor repaired. The technician patched the tile did not match the tile to the original flooring. The manager wanted me to pay to have a technician come back to repair their mistake. I would not recommended this company to anyone. It was a stressful long disappointing experience.
Reliable Floor is expert at refinishing the old floors common in my neighborhood. They did a great job filling in flooring where walls were removed and were very helpful in choosing a color that would meet all our needs.
The worst place to deal with. Very bad service. The price is expensive. The owner is rude. The job was horrible. The Worst Quality. I don't recommend this place. The flooring International distribution at Norcross is for the same rude owner.Horrible. ..horrible. .horrible
Sunny at Cascade Apartments are not a place anyone would like to stay. Houses are broken into daily and also cars are contently being stolen. Also for some odd reason the rent office will make up stories to mess up your rental history. You don't have to believe me but ask anyone that stays there and they will tell you the same.
I was brought onboard this company with the personal expectations of creating new business from existing contacts within the experiential marketing industry. The sales person that recommended me for the role explained how great the company was and how management wants you to succeed. During the interview process they stated that there leads that they already had internally that they wanted me to work on in addition to bringing in new business. I have been in the industry for a very long time and know a large number of people/potential clients. From the first day of hire they started asking me for my book of business. Names, addresses, phone numbers, etc of everyone I knew in agencies. They continued to ask for this and were irritated when I would not just openly provide my contacts to them. I made 2 business trips with them. First was to an industry tradeshow and second was to NY for established meetings with personal contacts. There was a continuous lack of training although I asked for it. There was an “advance” which was labeled as a bonus on my checks that was given to me monthly for the 90 days. At my termination, they retained my final 2 weeks of pay and recouped they their “advances” and state that I still owe them money. I understand that they wanted to recoup some money from what they paid out in advance commissions but how can you expect someone to come in so is new in sales, provide no training and expect them to be an expert in 90 days. When they aren’t you kick them out and not pay them for their final 2 weeks and want to get money back. All I am asking for is my last 2 weeks of pay. I worked and deserve at least that. The total after taxes is : $1,755.28. If they would agree to pay this amount, I will step away and not continue further ways to recoup my hard earned last 2 weeks of pay. If you are interested in me taking this review off, please contact me with a resolution to this situation.
The installers have finished up putting in the new carpet and I have to say I am deeply disappointed.The quality of the carpet and padding are far below what I had expected. I had wanted to replace the existing carpet with something pretty much the same as I already had, and match the carpet in the rest of the upstairs. I thought I had communicated that. Sadly, only the color is a good match. The new carpet has less bounce or cushioning than the 15 year old, heavily used on it replaced. Also, the carpet itself is not pleasant to walk upon barefoot. In places one can feel the plastic mesh backing with your toes. Unfortunately these were things I could only realize once the carpet was in place. It still feels fine when you brush your hand across it as it did on the sample.The cost was was roughly $250 over the Home Depot estimate. And about 60% of the cost of doing a hardwood floor from the people who did my downstairs flooring. The value for cost is pretty poor. I did call and complain and a salesman came out and tried to convince me that it was a good carpet and a fine price. And the lumps and uneven bits are just where they nailed down the padding and that furniture will cover the problem. It was all fine with him. For that price, it's not fine with me.My advice is if you want cheap feeling carpet get something cheaper from somewhere else, or if you want some thing nice, save up and get something better from somewhere else.