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Type of Entity
Business ManagementCassie Zegers, Office Manager Mr. Eric Wolff, President
Closet Systems & Accessories Organizing Services - Household & Business Garage Organizers Shelving Wine Storage Equipment Cabinets All Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers (except Tobacco Stores) (NAICS: 453998)
Alternate Business NamesNorthshore Enterprises
2130 Foster Ave
Wheeling, IL 60090 (847) 398-9350 Directions
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Complaint: I will never ever use or ever recommend California Closets in Wheeling Illinois as long as I live. I can write a book about the fiasco of mistakes and errors that took place over the last year on a $13,500+ of what was to be a custom office install where customization was nonexistent. These are just the latest issues of a years worth colossal of error. I received a credit but clearly someone forgot what the credit was for. So let me refresh somebody's memory. The credit was for the crown molding that I was charged for but never received, the damage to my wall where the installers clearly applied some unknown substance which can be seen with the naked eye, the unprofessional install of the tack-board fabric which created an excess fabric buckling affect, the incorrectly measured and cut tack-board through out the space that I was told would be custom to my specific space but this custom tack-board had a 1/4 inch space between the tack-board and the left and right wall through out for a total of a 1/2 inch gap on both sides of the room not to mention the issues with the cabinets, doors and locks, etc. Now mind you this was what the 3rd or 4th time an attempt to correct a series of errors. Each attempt to correct created new issues and the last attempt to correct is no different. Now I physically walked into the California Closet store and hand picked the fabric for my project. But at some point during the last attempt to correct I ended up with some else's tack-board fabric because the fabric that is on my tack-board is not the fabric that I walked into your store and ordered. The tack-board on the north wall that I ordered was 119 3/4" by 12". But clearly the tack-board that I receive belongs to someone else as it is 119 3/4" by 11" which is 1" to short. As a matter of fact it does not even sit flush with the desk-top. Yes that's right there is a 1" space between the tack-board and he top of the desk. Funny; the tack-board on the south wall fits snug with no space between the desk-top and the tack-board. I wonder why is that???? Not only that the tack-board on the north wall is hanging 1"over the grommet. I can't even remove the grommet without assistance from another person as one of us will have to apply pressure to the tack-board to push it back towards the wall while the other person try's to get the grommet out to run the wires through it and place it back into the desk top. The slatwall is 119" when I ordered slatwall that was to be 119 3/4". How does that happen when we are talking about simple math here. The installers ripped my baseboard trim out from the wall for no reason; no reason whatsoever; they absolutely had no reason whatsoever to even touch that baseboard and then they just shoved it carelessly back up against the wall. Then there was the clothes valet that I was charged for and never received; nor did I receive credit for it. As a matter of fact I ended up ordering it on the internet myself. Several times I told them about that pencil drawer that gets stuck when you try to open an close it as if it needs WD-40 even though its plastic and it was just left here after I told them of the issues with it, they didn't even bother taking with them; nor have I received credit for it. The sloppy wires and tape hanging from under the desks is an eye sore to say the least. So now I am being threaten with collections. Because of these issues and then some, to many to mention, I should not have to pay for someone else's fabric; fabric I did not even order; nor should I pay for that tack-board and slatwall where someone thought it would be funny to cut them shorter than what I had ordered; I should not have to pay for a clothes valet that I had to get off the internet myself and I should not have to pay for a pencil drawer that was just left behind and it does not even work, and I am still waiting for restitution for my baseboard. I should not have to pay for items that I didn't receive or that were defective.
Desired Settlement: $2675 credit for property damage, defective materials, items charged but not received, and poor installation
Client had signed a contract with us for a California Closet system.