1) Hired Home Improvement Company to replace some windows in my home.
2) Comany failed to install quality product and the installtion is so poorly done my home now has damages due to the poor quality of product and installation.
3) Salesman lied as to where the windows were made and shipped from.
4) Home Improvement Company has sent falsified letters to the bank regarding their product and installation.
5) Home Improvement Company provided false information on the Loan Application. When I confronted the salesman he stated" it was the banks requirement to add a certain percentage on to each person(s) signing the Loan application"
6) Company has not lived up to what their webpage states is the Companies "warranties, promises and gaurantees"
7) First attemp to get everything fixed the contractor changed what was agreed upon (6wks prior) and when I did not comply with hs changing of the agreement he walked off the job.
I have every letter the Company had sent to the Loan Company each time it was put into dispute, and each letter holds zero truth.
Many communication attempts have been made to get the company to honor its warranties,gaurantees and promises, yet they have failed.
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