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Closets By Design

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Customer Complaints Summary

5 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 3 closed in last 12 months
Complaint TypeTotal Closed Complaints
Advertising / Sales Issues1
Delivery Issues1
Problems with Product / Service3
Billing / Collection Issues0
Guarantee / Warranty Issues0
Total Closed Complaints5

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Complaint Resolution Log (5)
11/10/2015Delivery Issues | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
Misrepresented product specs, delivered defective material, when objected install of such material, pushed install by 4 weeks
Ordered for cabinets in garage and laundry, wanted 1-1/8 inch panels, sales rep confirmed that the panels will be 1-1/8. On drawing for garage, thickness is specified. On drawing for laundry thickness is not indicated, when I asked the sales rep mentioned the thickness under special provisions and confirmed that all panels would be of 1-1/8 thick. But, the special provision box is above the product description box wherein first product described was garage, so the merchant is conveniently claiming that 1-1/8 is only for garage and not for laundry.
The contract when observed clearly proves my argument. Panel thickness is specified on garage drawing, so no need to mention again. Panel thickness is not specified on laundry drawing so the salesgirl mentioned at my insistence under special provisions. But, the vendor does not want to admit to their salesgirl's misrepresentation. So, I was forced to live with a product that was below the specifications that I agreed to. I want them to remove this product and install correct product.

On 10/31/2015, the crew arrived for installing the cabinets. I noticed four extra holes on each panel because their crew drilled wrong holes. When I objected to the additional holes, the crew insisted that I accept the product because the material in their view is structurally sound. I did not agree to their view because structural integrity is not the only character of a desirable product. If that is true, a consumer doesn't have to pay for color or thickness. Also, a merchant should not claim credit for workmanship. Having more holes than required is bad workmanship which is not not acceptable. Not only the crew insisted that I accept the product but their installation manager also (on phone) insisted that I accept the product and let the installers do their job. But, I refused to do so. Therefore, the crew installed only the laundry cabinets and agreed to come back with correct product. I did not realize that the laundry cabinet they delivered to install is of lesser thickness. By the time I realized, the crew installed.

The crew left our home without installing the garage cabinets but they did not tell me any installation date. Their office also did not call me back. I called them on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (2,3, and 4 of November). Since I was not happy with the way the installation / operations manager spoke to me over phone on the day of install, I wanted to speak to the owner. But, I could not speak to him nor he returned my call. Having left with no choice, I spoke to their operations manager on 11/5. We exchanged a couple of emails. He told me that the install date would be 12/9 which is more than 4 weeks away. They pushed the install unreasonably either because they did not like my returning their material or because they already got paid substantially as deposit. I asked for full refund because I cannot work with their schedule. They refused to issue refund. I insisted on speaking to the owner. Their operations manager (Jason) told me that like any other corporation (in his example Target), only operations manager talks on behalf of the ownership and ownership will not respond to me. I left messages with front desk on three straight days requesting for the owner's time. But, the owner did not respond.

Desired Settlement
Concerning Garage Cabinets: I want CD to deliver and install my garage cabinets within the next week or on a date that is fair and reasonable. Their scheduled date of 12/9 is unacceptable to me because it is too far away. If they cannot do an earlier install, I want full refund of my deposit.

Concerning Laundry Cabinets: I want CD to issue full refund for my laundry cabinet because that is not what I paid for. Alternatively, they can remove the cabinet and reinstall a 1-1/8 thick panel cabinet at no cost

Final Consumer Response
The vendor contacted me and offered to remove the cabinet for a full refund. He explained how everything got messed up due to communication issues. The matter may be considered resolved. Though the vendor offered to remove the product and refund the payment, I declined to accept and just move along. After speaking to the owner, the matter is amicably settled.

07/30/2015Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Sales rep lied that they fill screw and nail holes, jewelry drawer not screwed in properly and drawer damage. Sent pics but no one has tried to fix it
Our closet was installed on Friday July 17th, 2015 and I was so happy to get it done because I've had custom closets done in my previous homes. They also price matched with another closet company that I saw 2nd for a estimate so I decided to go with them because I saw them prior to my 2nd estimate.. I felt the sales rep was persistent and tried everything to get the sale. Even confirming that they spackled screw and nail holes in drywall although the contract said they did not. We went back and forth about it in emails but the sales rep ****** ******* continued stating that they do spackle so I signed the contract. Needless to say my husband calls me and says the installer is stating they do not spackle of any sort and he is not authorized to do that. I was immediately ****** off because I was very specific on confirming that this was something they do once they removed my current closet. I begin calling ****** and then I called Donna at the office. ***** is a supervisor and stating they do not spackle and offered no solution to the issue. I'm irritated by this time! So ****** calls me back and states that she was trained by the owner and they are supposed to spackle but she will come by and do it herself. I finally get home to view the work, ****** did honor her word and come spackle which I was pleased with. So I decide to check out the rest of the work, the first drawer I open is my jewelry drawer and notice it does not open properly so I pull it out and notice the installer did not screw in the drawer at all on one side. Then as I look down I notice pieces of plywood inside the drawer and as I look up, there's a huge gash in the top of the drawer. I was so upset over the whole situation and especially with the lack of care put into installing my closet considering it was a $4,000 job... I sent pictures to my sales rep ****** who stated she forwarded them on to management but needless to say I have not heard anything from them. I paid half upfront of $1900 and I was forced by ***** to pay the $1900 at the end even though I was dis-satisfied with the service. Donna stated that I legally could not hold the check when the job was completed even though it was not completed if they did not honor what ****** stated they would do at the time of install. Then to come home and see damage to the product is not okay.

Desired Settlement
Either they can come replace the drawer that is damaged or give some sort of refund. I'm very dis-pleased on their service and the fact that the sales rep lied to me in order to close the deal.

Business Response
Contact Name and Title: **** *******
Contact Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
Contact Email: ****@texasclosets.org
It is of course unfortunate that Ms. **** is dissatisfied with her installation. we are happy to repair or replace the drawer but have yet to receive a phone call asking for a service. following is a copy of the email sent by our designer explaining the tear out process which is also clearly described on the contract signed by Ms. ****:

Good morning ******,
I just wanted to recap for you regarding the patching we do when your builders closet is removed. Our installation team will bring spackle and do light patching of any holes from screws or nails when we tear out your existing closet. As stated in the contract we do not repair drywall that is damaged but we can do a light patch up with spackle.This is not work that would be considered "prepared for painting the walls" but simply covering smaller holes due to screws and nails. If you are concerned about a the condition of the drywall due to shelf tear out we recommend the backing at an additional cost but also at a great price! Can you please reply back to this email that you understand what we can do for you regarding your walls prior to install? We can then move forward and after we get payment we will give you a firm install date.
best
****

While I prefer verbal communication to enhance understanding, I do think **** did a good job of communicating our policy and practice. Glad to hear the spackling issue was resolved quickly and to the customer's satisfaction. It appears to me the only remaining issue is a damaged drawer which we have no problem servicing if Ms. **** would like to contact our office and schedule a convenient time.



Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
****, The email the sales rep sent me in reference to spackling was incorrect because the install guy did not spackle any nail or screw holes.. Not one single hole. That is why I had to call ****** (Manager) in reference to the spackle process and she also stated that your company did NO spackling AT ALL. The only way the spackling got done at all is because your sales rep felt bad about telling me a lie and came and spackled for me. To that, I am grateful but what you are stating above that you do, do light spackling on walls is a flat out lie and your customers need to be aware of that. You also stated above that I needed to contact you in reference to the drawer being damaged. As stated in my original complaint, I DID contact your company as soon as I saw the damage and sent photos to my sales agent which in turn she forwarded to you. (Attached Photos) Your company has yet to contact me and apologize for the situation or attempt to repair the drawer. I understand that you want to sound as if your a upstanding company on here but your actions have been everything but that.

So ****, I would like for your company to come and replace the damaged drawer at your earliest convenience. You have all my phone numbers as well as my address to fix the damage but your company has not once tried to rectify the issue.

Also noted that if I would have taken the time to read all the complaints your company has on Google, I wouldn't also be in the same position as several other upset customers.

Final Business Response
Ms. ****,

We are a busy company with many moving parts and while I agree it is unfortunate there may have been some miscommunication and misunderstanding of our policies,I assure you no one intentionally "lied" to you.
There is no benefit to any of us to mislead a client. Even with all of the confusion I was happy to hear the spackling was handled the day of install. After speaking to you today it appears the "drawer" is fine. There is a gash underneath the shelf in the drawer bank that is for the lock. We can replace that shelf but in order for the lock to be effective the gash is necessary.While it is true that after 15 years in business and hundreds of closets a month there have been a few complaints on google, we are never happy when a client is unhappy and will always do our best to rectify the situation as we are attempting to do with you. Your closet was installed on Friday and on Tuesday your review was posted. In the world of custom closets it can take a day or two to even figure out WHAT the problem is, let alone resolve it. We apologize for the delay and hope we can answer your concerns.

Final Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she ACCEPTED the response from the business.)
At this point it is no reason to continue to go back and forth. What happened is the Sales Rep did lie in order to seal the deal with the spackling issue and that is why the sales rep came out that day and spackled the wall for us. In the future to avoid issues as in my case, train your people the correct way on what your company does and doesn't do during install. In reference to the "gash" in the shelf, yes you say it is necessary but at the same time it looks like **** and could've be done in a more presentable manner for the lock and the installers as well as the sales rep could've explained that this was what the "gash" is for and its purpose to avoid all confusion. At no time did your company reach out to me to explain or try and rectify this situation. You say the company has been in busy 15 years, its a franchise and your location has not been in business 15 years. In further more, there are complaints on Google because of the way your location does business and the type of contractors you hire do not take care during installation of the product... My complaints with this situation is for all future customers so that they can be aware of what could happen to them if they decide to use your company.

04/30/2014Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
I did not approve or sign or date the contract, but my Husband's credit card was charged anyway.
Sales Rep ******* **** came out on 04/09/2014 and took measurements and gave price for a closet design. I and Mr ***** signed the payment portion but we did not sign the portion of the contract that states: I have read, understood and approved the contract and terms. ***** Llamas sent me an email stating that I needed to sign the contract and email or fax back. I contacted ***** on 4/16/2014 and advised was not signing the contract, that I wanted doors and an earlier installation date of May 29 2014, so I was going to check around for other options. ***** stated that since I signed the payment portion, the contract is binding. I advised ***** that is it not binding otherwise she would have not sent it to me to sign and send back. ***** stated. she would get with the Manager and get back with me. On 4/16/2014, I faxed over copy of contract shoeing no signature and placed "VOID" across the contract and stated in the comments section that "I am voiding the contract. I understood the payment terms but not the contract terms therefore did not sign. If the credit card was charged, please reverse the charges." On 4/16/2014, I was contacted by ****, title unknown, we spoke about the date and the doors. **** stated would check on price for adding doors. **** called back sometime later on 04/16, stated to add doors would be an additional $1,078. We talked about eliminating closets on 2 walls. **** stated to eliminate 2 walls and add doors would same price of $4,105.00. I advised would check with my Spouse and get back with her. On 4/18/2014, I called and spoke with **** and advised her My spouse and I want to explore other options. **** stated that the contract is binding since my spouse and I signed the payment portion although we did not sign the and approve the contract portion. I advised **** a contract is not valid unless it is signed and dated. I also read back the portion of the contract that states "Either party may cancel this transation without penalty or obligation within 3 business days from the date the contract was signed." I advised ****, we did not sign the contract and that the company need to reverse the charges back to the credit card, and that if had to would seek help from an Attorrney. **** stated would have to get with the Owner and would get back to me. The reason I'm sending my complaint before I hear back from **** is she specifically stated that the contract is binding since the payment portion was signed and they already charged the credit card. To which I replied a contract is not binding until it is signed and dated expressing consent and approval.

Desired Settlement
Need the charges $2,090.00 refunded back to the credit card. Need the company to acknowledge that the contract has been voided and no furhter charges will be made to the credit card charged.

Business Response
This complaint was resolved several days ago. The customer's credit card has been credited and the contract cancelled. The confusion was caused due to the fact that the customer had signed all of the drawings, initialed the appropriate areas, signed the payment information and scheduled an installation.

10/12/2015Advertising / Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details
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Installation policy is unusual, different; but not mentioned orally or in ad; in contract only. Warning: Read carefully! Forget ad and sales person.
On August 18, 2015, after some high pressure antics, I purchased storage closets from Judy E****** at Closets by Design, 4125 Billy Mitchell Drive, Suite 100-A; Addison, Texas 75001, $2800 for units for my garage and laundry room. At that time, I paidc $1400.00 with an install date of September 30.
At no time was I told that I had to clean out the garage before installation until late afternoon on September 29. This clean out involves bhuge, very heavy items including appliance and book cases, much too large for me to handle alone. Of course, I had to reschedule. This time date of installation is December 08. I was charged $280.00 for having to reschedule. I had no other option.
I was coldly, firmly and efficiently told that I should have read the contract. Yes, I should have read all the fine print. But, on the other hand, when a contract has different and unusual (and company owner, Bryan G******(?) told me their installation policy was different from some other companies) features, that company has a responsibility to inform client. This is especially true when that policy is not mentioned in any advertisements for the product!!
When the sales woman was here and could clearly see that I am a mature woman of some age, alone, she had a heavier responsibility to say, "Dr G*****, you do realize this area has to be clear the day the installers come..." This would have caused me either to reconsider the purchase or have area clear. I would have avoided the $280.00 reschedule charge which I also learned yesterday. The owner did not seem to care, at all!! Since I have already invested $1400 there is little I can do but wait until Dec 08 for installation and pay $280.00 and the additional $1400.00. I am so sorry that I had anything to do with that seemingly substandard company. I am new to this area; and this is quite an intro. I, also, am warning others to read the fine print!! Ignore the sales person and ads!!!
Order number 69469
August 18, 2015 purchase date
Problem date: September 30 2015
Name Dr Sundra G*****
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*****, Texas
Products: garage shelves and closet and laundry room closet shelves
Total cost: $2800.00. Paid $1499.00 by credit card with balance due upon installation. Balance is $1400 on installation... Plus $280 rescheduling fee. Which is contested
Sales person. Judy E******. Owner is Bryan G******. This is an independently owned and operated store. Address is listed above. Phone ************.



Desired Settlement
1.Warn others of company policies
2. Recover $280.00 rescheduling charge

Business Response
Our goal is to provide outstanding customer service. It is our intention to cover all bases with a client but of course impossible to know what someone doesn't know. The terms of our contract are brief and easy to read clearly stating the area must be cleared for installation. It is extremely rare when a client does not realize they must prepare the space, nevertheless we will review our policies and remind our Design Consultants to discuss having the area prepared with our clients. Thank you for bringing this situation to our attention.

Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
Their response seemed to say nothing. It seemed just to be a politically correct statement. When I have dealt with all other companies, as flooring companies, they remove heavy items. The garage area has many heavy bookcases and other items that are impossible for a woman to move. I
The sales person should have said, " This area must be clear, Dr G*****, for installation". I would have had the heavy items moved. Instead the seemingly high pressure sales person, who used what seemed like a cat and mouse game of salesmanship that was easily recognizable; yet I was not told that the heavy huge items had to be moved prior to garage installation. I was expected to have read the contract and noticed their policy. Yes, I should have read it; but the company should have stated their policy and made sure the consumer understood. It is the duty of the company to make sure the consumer understands the contract!!! Actually, I just wish I had never dealt with this company. . However, for now, I shall settle for a refund of the $280 installation change date fee. That is fair, I believe.
I have already paid $1400 and I owe that company another $1400 upon installation. That is more than enough payment!!! (I think on original complaint, I stated $1499, which was a typo . It should have read $1400 paid and $1409 owed).
I am only asking for the $280 rescheduling fee to be dismissed.
I hope everyone is aware of this company's tactics.

Final Business Response
Knowing this design consultant personally I find the description of "high pressure" very surprising! To get clarity I spoke with the designer who said on the first appointment the customer requested a blank copy of the contract to read and review prior to the follow up when the product was purchased. It wasn't until the second appointment when the customer placed her order. I think it is fair to believe the contract was reviewed between appointments. Our terms and conditions are in plain English and only 10 items. Easy enough to review and understand. I also checked on the installation date in December and learned we could have installed earlier but the customer was not available. The 10% charge is a deterrent to customers to cancel their installation dates at the last minute. If installation dates are not confirmed and held to we would not be able to tell any of our customers when we would be at their home with any certainty. Thankfully situations such as this are extremely rare.

Final Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
The company said nothing new. There is nothing new to consider as far as I can determine. It is the company's responsibility to make sure customer understands the contract. I did not understand that I had to move the heavy book cases, boxes and even a refrigerator. The sales person should have said, "Dr G*****, you do know that unlike floor installation and some other companies, we require that the area has to be clean. All the heavy things have to be moved before the day of installation." Not word was said to me about having to move all the heavy items from the garage myself. I assumed that the installers would move the heavy items for me.

01/19/2015Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
Wrong dimensions were taken of our walls which resulted in the wrong production of your product. No attempt on your part has been made to resolve it.
We started our design process in July and had an employee quit the company and the new designer who replaced her started over with measurements and measured incorrectly. We were told by the installer that the measurements were incorrect as well as the install manager. Our drawings indicate the cabinets will cover the length of the wall to maximize closet space. The cabinets do not- they are short- and the install manager told my husband and myself that they would correct it at no charge for us. There was also a messup on their part by drilling the wrong size holes in the cabinet drawers for handles and we asked that these be replaced as well, as the error fell on their part. The install manager again told us that we would have these replaced, not just the faces, at no charge to us. That was on 11/15/14. We gave the company time to reproduce the necessary items before reaching out to them again. We reached out again on 12/1/14 to see when our installation would be completed. At this point we were still missing an entire large cabinet, 2 doors, 6 drawers, a new drawer glide, a new top to a cabinet, as well as other items- the cabinets are clearly not complete. We found out that they went ahead and charged our credit card for the full amount of installation WITHOUT OUR APPROVAL even though we have a signed piece of paper from them saying they wont charge it until it's complete. The response we got from the company was not only rude and unprofessional but a bold face lie. The owner of the company stated no one would ever tell us they would not charge us until after the installation is complete- we have a signed paper proving it. The owner also stated no one from the company told us they would remake the cabinets. She went on and on about how errors happen in measurements and they are not perfect and how they have to redo work for other people, yet when the installer is telling us there is an error in it the owner wants to divert blame away from her and her company. She even went so far as to say that "the installation is complete as far as I'm concerned"- when the cabinets are still not complete. The owner felt it was appropriate and professional to have two other of her employees all yelling at me at the same time on the phone. We spoke to the owner on December 3, 2014 and asked for the cabinets to be completed the way we were told they would be and we asked for an apology for the way she spoke to my husband and myself. To this day the owner has not offered to have the cabinets completed the way we were told they were supposed to be, and she said she doesn't need to apologize. She is refusing to resolve the issue and complete the installation and has left us with no choice but to file a complaint with the credit card company to get our money back that she has fraudulently charged us for. I read another complaint on here about how someone else's credit card was charged without their approval as well. I guess the company hopes to lock people into business that way. The whole process has been extremely disappointing and the worst part of it is that the owner, ****, has refused to do anything to correct her errors, the company's errors, and her employee's errors. I mentioned to **** that I read other reviews online about their product/customer service that were negative and **** told me those issues were resolved before they were posted (as if that somehow means the reviews are not valid). Well ours has not been resolved and we are writing this review.

Desired Settlement
We started our installation on Nov 7 and still have incomplete/wrong cabinets. We have not heard from you a willingness to resolve the issue so we are requesting a full refund and we will take our business to a more honest company.

Business Response
Contact Name and Title: **** *******
Contact Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
While there were a few minor issues with this customer's installation none were what we would consider problematic. The customer ordered cabinets that she did not like once installed. They were modified at no charge to the customer. The signed drawings indicated a gap between the cabinets and the customers window in the garage. She wanted the cabinet moved toward the window. We moved the cabinet. She then wanted the space leftover filled with a larger cabinet. We offered to make a cabinet for her but told her there would be a charge. We have repeatedly contacted, emailed and sent service forms to the client for her to reply to. This is a simple issue to resolve which we have offered to do many, many times. We are waiting for the customer to discuss what specific steps need to be taken. On a phone call that was intended to resolve the issue, the customer repeatedly said statements were made by employees such as offering a Saturday install which we do not offer. The employees were in the office and to resolve the issue they were included in the phone call. There was no yelling on this end of the phone call. There was never a time where the customer was called a liar. I, ****, never told the client the job was "complete as far as I concerned." I was in fact attempting to schedule a service to COMPLETE the job. I have apologized many times to the customer. The customers complaint included a list of missing items. This is the first I have seen of the list. I will submit it to our production department for review. The last time I spoke to the client's husband he was very kind and was going to check his schedule to see when we could come out. We were waiting for a return call from him.

Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
Our initial installer on 11/7 told us this was the worst install he had ever seen as everything was wrong from the shop being prepared, to the wrong counter top being ordered, to the wrong measurements of our garage, to the design of the cabinets. If that's what this business calls a "minor" issue then they certainly should consider new management. No cabinets have been remade at no charge to us. There are errors with the measurements that were pointed out to all parties (the installers, the management team, the owner)- and the owner felt their error was something we should pay for even though at the install date we were told we would not have to. We are not willing to do business with a shady company who charges your credit card without your permission. We have asked over and over again for them to refund our money and have had to file a claim with our credit card company because they refuse to issue a refund when they are not going to complete the work as was promised/discussed. I have emails from 12/7, 12/16, and 12/22 advising that no service order was provided that includes what was discussed and promised. They have on numerous occasions tried to get us to sign for things that were not discussed. On 11/15 they tried to get us to sign saying the install was complete when we all know it was not finished and remains that way on their account. ****, you stated you had no idea what the missing items were. On an email that I sent you on 12/7 I specifically stated "Our cabinets are in no way completed to what we were told we would be receiving, as we are still missing 4 new drawers (not just faces), a new 38" wide tall cabinet, a new drawer glide to replace a broken one, a new tall cabinet door, shelves, hardware installation, our design wall selections, a new top for the cabinet below the window, among other things." I again referenced the missing items on 12/16 and again on 12/22. You claim this is the first time you have seen the list but at the same time you are claiming you sent us a service order to complete the work. Why do your employees not know what pieces are missing from our cabinets? There are emails to document that you have been made aware of the unresolved issues and yet you have not once sent a service order for these. There's also paperwork from the install dates but as you have expressed before, you don't have any record of the first install date. We knew early on your record keeping was poor when you chose to white out our countertop selection to try and scam us out of getting it. You claim you will submit the requested list to production to review as you did the previous 3 emails I requested the service order. Here's a direct quote from your email to me on 12/16: "I am forwarding your email to the production/installation department to review the design requests." I guess that was a lie too. Your company made some huge errors, not minor errors, and instead of trying to fix it you have argued and ignored all the facts. You fraudulently charged our credit card, as you apparently did to another customer who filed a complaint against you, and yet you continue to avoid that issue. We have reached out on numerous occasions asking for the cabinets to be done the way we were told and promised and yet your company cannot seem to live up to their word.

Final Business Response
The customer has been asked to modify the service order to include any missing items. We are happy to accommodate the customer but we must first agree on what needs to be done.

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