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- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business.
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Department of Revenue Washington State
Department of Revenue ( Public Records Division), PO Box 47478, Olympia WA 98504-7477
Phone Number: 800-647-7706
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries
7273 Linderson Way SW , Olympia WA 98501
Phone Number: 800-647-0982
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Dean Culp, Owner Mr. Bill Martin, Manager
Carpet & Rug Dealers - New Carpet & Rug Pads, Linings & Accessories Tile - Non-Ceramic - Contractors & Dealers Carpet & Rug Distributors & Manufacturers Hardwood Floor Contractors Tile Sales Vinyl Flooring Contractors - Flooring Floors - Hardwood Floors - Laminate Carpet Layers Tile - Ceramic - Contractors & Dealers
Products & Services
Carpet Barn sells the following brand(s): Anso, Beaulieu, Bliss, Couristan, Kane, Mohawk, Shaw, Smartstrand, Stainmaster, Tuftex
Carpet Barn offers the following product(s): bamboo, carpet, carpet tiles, cork, hardwood, laminate, linoleum, marmoleum, remnants, vinyl
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Complaint: When I selected the carpet that was put in my home I requested thatthe Carpet Barn sell me a carpet that would take traffic areas and would not lay down. I was willing to pay for the better carpet product. I was also told that the manager **** had the same carpet in his home, and it wore wounderfully. I did complain about the way the carpet was installed, as the seams looked terrible. **** the manager came out to look at the seams after his tech relaid some of the carpet in the livingroom. He said it was up to industry standards. The carpet seams stilled looked awful. About 2 years later the carpet started to show bad wear areas. I asked **** to but in a complaint to Shaw Carpet. The first complaint was put in around November 2012. We were told by **** that the complaint was denied in January 2013, that he would put in a second complaint, the district manager was in town, and he would have a piece of the carpet reviewed again. **** said they would do something, as I had been a long time customer, over 10 years with rentals etc. Again we were denied I was never given a report from Shaw Inds. I did talk to a Christy Swanson from Shaw Carpet and was told that I should have a report from Shaw Carpet with her name on it. ###-###-####. I went down to the Carpet Barn talked to ****, he started to pull out the report, then said I need to call Shaw Carpet and I will get you the report later. I did get a report from **** at Carpet Barn but nothing from Shaw Carpet. Twocomplaints were suppose to be turned in by **** at the Carpet Barn.I request both copies of the denial from the manufacture, not ****.
Desired Settlement: I would like the reports of denial on my carpet that had been turned into the manufacture (Shaw Carpet)Not the report from Bill at the carpet barn. I also feel I should get some compensation from the poor standars of the carpet preformance. Also I was never given a report on how to care for my carpet at the time of purchase, not two years after the purchase. I also asked one of the ladies at the Carpet Barn why don't you give out sheets on how to care for your carpet???? We never give that ou
RE: Complaint # 9497108 Dear Ms. *****:
Regarding the aforementioned complaint we have the following response:
Carpet Barn was notified of a carpet complaint on approximately October 2012. Our employee gave a sample of the carpet in question to the sales representative for Shaw Carpet to be tested. The claim was denied by Shaw and the denial letter from Shaw was mailed to the customer and is attached to this letter. After an additional complaint from the customer, I approached the Shaw representative to send a second sample to an independent testing company. The Shaw representative later notified me via telephone that it was denied, yet again. Do date, I have yet to receive a copy of the second denial letter.
As a possible resolution, we offered a significant discount on replacement carpet and labor, even though the carpet was deemed non-defective by the manufacturer. The customer has yet to discuss replacing the carpet at a discount.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need any further assistance.
**** * **** Owner Carpet Barn
[To assist us in bringing this matter to a close, you must give us a reason why you are rejecting the response. If no reason is received your complaint will be closed Administratively Resolved]
152 S. Jefferson, Ste. 200 Spokane, WA. 99201
Dear Ms. *****,
I have attached the denial letter from **** at the Carpet Barn telling me my claim has been denied. However by law I am entitled to have the original copies of the two denials sent to **** at the Carpet Barn from Shaw Industries, Inc. The contact lady for the Carpet Barn complaints is: ******* ********. Phone number ###-###-####.1 did talk to ******* she informed me that a letter of denial was sent to **** the manager at Carpet Barn that the letter would have their letter head on it: Shaw Industries, and would be signed by her. As you can see the letter I received was not from Shaw Industries. There were two claims put in according to ****. Two samples of our carpet were given out. One to the inspector that came to our home, and another piece that was given to **** directly at his store.
Why is it so difficult for **** or Shaw Industries to give us a copy of the original denial?
To Whom it may concern
Subsequent to the last communication, I am attempting to obtain the requested documents from the manufacturer. Unfortunately, I cannot control when this happens. Additionally I am taking further steps to facilitate a resolution from the manufacturer in order to satisfy this situation. This is outside of the normal complaints process with the manufacturer and I expect an answer soon. At the Carpet Barn we take our customers satisfaction seriously and intend to do everything we can to resolve this with the customer. I will be in touch just as soon as I have information to share.
BBB's Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.
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