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Phone: (303) 333-5504 4605 Quebec St # B-8, Denver, CO 80216
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Factors that raised the rating for Regional Hardwood Floors LLC include:
- Length of time business has been operating
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Forest Vancil, Owner
Hardwood Floor Contractors
Hours of OperationBy appointment only
Refund and Exchange PolicyOne year guarantee on craftsmanship and material
Products & Services
Athletic floor specialists using a dustless riding system, sub-floor repair, leveling, resurface, install,
We are hardwood floor professionals from the slab up.
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4605 Quebec St # B-8
Denver, CO 80216 (303) 333-5504 Directions
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Complaint: ****** tried to slip into the contract at the last minute that I would be responsible for doing some of the work I was hiring him to do. ****** ****** gave me a proposal to install hardwood floors in my home, initially on September 21. When I asked for alterations on the proposal based on some different criteria we had discussed, he changed the numbers in the proposed contract. The pricing, however did not match what ****** had explained to me. When I asked for further clarity, he indicated he would revise and send a 3rd version of the contract, which he did on September 27, 2013. In the 3rd version, not only did the price increase, ****** tried to slip in that WE would be responsible for painting the stairs, which was NEVER part of any conversation we had with him. He never mentioned anything about this and tried to slide it by me. When I confronted him, his exact words were, "Ok find a different contractor, my bid is pulled." This type of business practice should be exposed and people should be warned not to do business with someone who tries to dupe their prospective clients into signing things that are completely different than the scope of discussion. Not to mention that ****** never was able to explain his pricing and said it was a "bundle" when I confronted him that the line items never matched up.
Desired Settlement: I'm requesting a written explanation of why he tried to deceive me by adding into the contract the clause that I would have to paint the stairs. A reasonable statement that explains to my satisfaction how he was not trying to deceive me would be necessary.
Business Response: Initial Business Response /* (1000, 6, 2013/10/01) */ This was a proposal, no money changed hands, no work performed, Im sorry he did not like the proposal, find a new contractor, that simple. A proposal gets all the cards out on the table that way when the PROPOSAL is accepted, the work is preformed and every bodys happy. Webster Proposal something proposed Final Consumer Response /* (3000, 8, 2013/10/04) */ (The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.) A proposal should not change and slip in shady clauses without proper disclosure. You asked me to SIGN this "proposal" which to me would have put something binding in writing. Go to business school.