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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Keith Mouser, Vice President Mr. Stephen Mouser, President
KITCHEN & BATH-DESIGN & REMODELING KITCHEN CABINETS & EQUIPMENT-HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURERS & PRODUCERS CABINET MAKERS
Alternate Business NamesMouser Custom Cabinetry, LLC
2112 N.Dixie Ave.
Elizabethtown, KY 42701 (270) 737-7477 (800) 345-7537 Directions
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Complaint: We had our entire home remodeled from March 2012 - October 2012, including a full kitchen remodel with custom-made kitchen cabinets from Mouser Custom Cabinetry. The cabinets were installed in our around June 2012, but we did not move into our home until November 2012, about a month after all construction in the home was complete. Prior to moving in, we began closely inspecting the work that had been completed in the kitchen. When we started to work on cleaning various dust and smudge marks off of the cabinetry, we noticed several surface imperfections on various doors/drawers that did not respond to cleaning. About 50% of the doors in our pantry unit were defective and 50% of the drawers in our cooktop unit were defective. We contacted our general contractor who helped us to coordinate with the manufacturer on this issue. In December 2012, a representative from Mouser came out to our home to inspect the cabinets. He agreed that there seemed to be a surface imperfection and suggested that we have the defective cabinet doors/drawers removed and sent back to the factory for some sort of topical treatment to remove or conceal the defects. Since it was close to the holiday season, and the factory would not be working during the holidays, we agreed to have the doors/drawers taken off after the New Year. In January 2013, the Mouser representative returned to our home to remove the defective doors. About a month later, the representative returned to re-install the same doors/drawers that had since been treated to remove and/or conceal the defects. Out of all of the doors/drawers, only one door had been treated to our satisfaction. The other items still very clearly contained the same defects that we had hoped to have fixed. We sent the Mouser representative back with all of the defective items and strongly suggested that Mouser manufacture new doors/drawers for each unit of furniture affected, since a newly manufactured batch of doors/drawers would likely be slightly off in terms of color and grain as compared to previously manufactured doors/drawers. In this way, we would retain the overall consistency of the cabinetry across both the pantry and cooktop units. After the representative left with the defective items, we did not hear back from him directly, but ultimately heard back from our general contractor about a month later. Apparently, new doors/drawers had been manufactured and our general contractor was going to install them. When our contractor arrived to install the new items, I asked to inspect each piece to be sure that there were no surface defects evident. As we started counting and sorting through all of the items, it became apparent that Mouser had only manufactured new doors to replace the defective doors only. As we began installing the new items, it became clear that the newly made doors/drawers were slightly darker in color than the originally installed doors, causing our pantry and cooktop units to lack consistency of color across each unit of cabinetry. I brought this matter to the attention of the general contractor, who contacted the Mouser representative and left a voicemail. At this time, I have yet to hear back from either Mouser or my general contractor about the matter.
Desired Settlement: We would like to have all of the doors/drawers on our pantry and cooktop units replaced, from the same batch of newly manufactured material to be certain that we will retain consistency of color across the entire piece of furniture.
As stated in the consumer’s statement, the cabinetry was delivered in June 2012. The first notification of an issue was received by Mouser from the dealership on December 7, 2012. Mouser scheduled the local representative to visit the consumer’s home, which took place on December 12, 2012. During that visit, the consumer stated that since they were having people over until the middle of January, nothing could be removed for return to the factory until that time. On January 29, 2013, the local representative returned to the consumer’s home and removed 10 parts that were noted to have surface imperfections. Upon receipt of these 10 parts on February 4, 2013, management reviewed these items, and determined the necessary action needed to repair them. These parts were then returned to the local representative, who returned to the consumer’s home on February 20, 2013 to install the repaired parts. During that visit, as noted in the consumer’s report, all but 1 part was rejected, however all 10 parts were returned to the factory for review. Upon these parts returning to Mouser for review on February 25, 2013, the decision was made by Mouser management to replace these 10 parts plus any part that was directly above or below a replaced part, since the design details for the door style used is for continuous grain alignment. The issue that is know now that was not known at that time, is that the resulting 18 replacement parts used the re-topcoated parts as a color and sheen match, which resulted in the 18 replacement parts to appear a different color when they were delivered and installed in the consumer’s home in mid-March next to the original parts. Since this complaint was filed on March 22nd, the consumer has not allowed time to elapse to resolve the issue. Since the March 22nd filing date, on-going communications have taken place between the consumer, the dealership, and Mouser. Resolution options are being formulated by Mouser for approval by the consumer and dealership. As soon as agreement is reached, the manufacturing process to get these items to match will begin.