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March 19, 2010 - content has not been altered. This is an excerpt from this page of many complaints about Re-Bath.


Nancy of Philadelphia, PA February 20, 2009

Gave Rebath a 50% deposit in August of 2008 to do the hall and master bathrooms. They ordered a 36 shower base instead of the 38 base that was currently in the bath. They discovered this after they demolished the existing shower. They tried to fool me into thinking they could make this the same size as the old shower. I would not accept this and told them to order the correct size. They also damaged the ceiling in the kitchen below the bathroom. Then they did a sloppy patch saying they would fix it later. Now I no longer had a working bathroom. They told me they would rush order a new shower base and doors.

After 5 weeks and no calls I phoned them. I was told they would call me in 1-2 weeks. Still no call 2 weeks later. I called them and was told the boss was out of the office. Left my name and number for him to call back. Never called back. At this point 7 weeks later called Corp.HQ in Tempe AZ. They took the info and opened a complaint file and nothing else happened. I gave them over 5100 as a deposit and they are not getting back to me. I sent them a certified letter. Now I have hire a new contractor to fix their damage and have to take them to small claims court for the deposit and repairs to the bathroom and kitchen.

BTW they are not cheap. The cost for 2 very small bathrooms only doing the tub shower and walls was just under 20,000. They hit you with outrageous costs when they come to your home to reset toilets and vanities that they needed to remove to put up their walls. Do yourself a favor and get real tiles. The cost is about the same.

While removing the shower drain the worker damaged the ceiling directly below this in my kitchen. This was a brand new ceiling installed when I remodeled the kitchen 5 years ago. The ceiling split and bulged open. I was sitting directly under there and just moved out of the way in time as I thought to myself that the ceiling might come down the way he was pounding away above me. Then they demolished the master bath. After demo they realize they had the wrong size. They started to build out the walls of the shower to compensate for their mistake and I stopped them immediately when I saw what they were doing.

They ripped everything down, removed their tools and have never returned. They left the sink in the hall bathroom unfinished after lying about what they had done to switch the doors and drawers around because of the interference with the water valves. They charged me 625 and told me they would finish the job the next day. Of course they didn't but they got that money plus I paid over 5100 in deposit money for the master bath that they left ruined. Terrible, terrible customer service. I am a single woman and feel they took advantage of this situation. They are preditors in my view. Stay away from rebath.

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