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All-In-One Interior & Exterior
Phone: (210) 369-9404 Fax: (210) 369-9405 5504 Bandera Rd Ste 707, San Antonio, TX 78238
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
- BBB has sufficient background information on this business.
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Complaint: General contractor failed to install tile correctly and then popped up tile, leaving jagged thinset on floors and tiles; contractor did not honor his agreement to then cover ALL flooring with rolled cardboard to protect from thinset dust, mud, and exposed nails; contractor refuses to remove thinset from flooring and will only continue discussions if homeowners agree that a leveling compound can be used on top of thinset instead of actually removing the improperly laid thinset, an act which would negate any warranties on tile installation; contractor will only settle dispute and “fix” tile under if homeowner hires his subcontractor at rate highly inflated from rate quoted at beginning of remodel or if homeowner promises to hire his subcontractor for future work; contractor had promised to sand any salvaged tile for possible re-use but now refuses to do so; contractor refuses to repair the damage he caused to upstairs bathtub tile and bathroom door frame during other aspects of remodel; contractor has double-billed homeowners for failed tile install; contractor refuses to complete interior home painting without being paid additional funds never estimated, quoted, or invoiced. In summary, although contractor and homeowner had agreed that painting could be completed after move-in and although homeowners and contractor came to verbal agreement on May 9 whereby work on the home would continue, contractor refuses to abide by agreement and has abandoned ALL portions of huge home remodel or work on all projects, including those paid in full. Contractor has received and cashed $7700.00 in checks from homeowners but now refuses to complete unfinished jobs (totaling $5455.00), refuses to credit homeowners for jobs he never began (totaling $575.00), refuses to credit amount paid for failed tile job to any other projects ($1000.00), refuses to remove thin set from floors (estimated $955.50 in labor and $95 disposal fee), and refuses to pay for tiles now covered in thin set and unfit to be laid or be warrantied by any other contractor (111 tiles at $9.65 each). Finally, contractor is aware that one of the homeowners works 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. but refuses to engage in discussion unless it occurs between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday leaving no further opportunity to negotiate resolution. Homeowners contacted contractor on May 2, May 3, May 6, May 7, May 9, May 18, May 22, May 23, May 25, May 27, and May 28, 2013.
Desired Settlement: Contractor should complete unfinished jobs or refund homeowners the amount it will take to hire another contractor to complete unfinished work. Contractor should credit monies paid for jobs he never began toward any balance. Contractor should either refund the $1000 paid him for botched tile installation or credit it toward other work. Contractor should pay to have floors put back in condition in which he found them (thin set removal and disposal). Contractor should reimburse homeowners for tiles that cannot be re-laid. Contractor should reimburse homeowners for grout and other materials and supplies that will now have to be purchased or re-purchased (including grout, drop cloths, cardboard covering for carpeting as originally promised, etc.) Contractor should remove one of the tile install line items for which homeowners have been double-billed. Contractor should repair damage done to upstairs bathtub tile and bathroom door frame or reimburse homeowners to have it repaired by another contractor. Homeowners ask that any work done from this point forward take place when male head-of-household can be home and before homeowners begin medical treatments and surgeries scheduled to begin June 14.
****** ****** Is upset because I will not finish project until new agreements are made. In original agreement (which is attached) I quoted to provide service for the attached specs, Although she could not pay for all services we agreed on some. During work she stopped my contractor multiple time because she was unsatisfied with the products she provided. While I was willing to work with her she cost our company much expense in down time. And then she Hired her own contractors to lay carpet before she provided the right color of paint (do to the first color she was unhappy with) causing more changes in progress of work. She requested that she could not chose color until floors were in and she would pay the extra money to cover floors if needed or she would herself. She also request that we install tile so she could chose color. After installing the tile she was unhappy with how some tiles were laid. (Also she had changed the design on how she wanted tiles laid). I then had all tiles removed to save tile ,before mortar set in, And asked for a new agreement to be made. ****** refuses to make a new agreement and refuses to pay any more. So we will not continue working. ****** did pay our company 7700.00 in weekly draws but there was still a remaining balance of 2472.00 on what she verbal agreed on. There was two project that where not started that totals 375.00.
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BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable offer to resolve the complaint. However the consumer did not accept the offer.