We had Lowes install our new kitchen granite countertops in their new countertops in our 2 1/2 bathrooms. When the installers came to install the countertops the kitchen countertops fit and looked outstanding.
However, the bathroom countertops were apparently measured work but improperly and did not fit. The installers had already removed and destroyed the existing countertops so they could not be set back in place. Additionally, while attempting to "make" them fit there was extensive damage to the walls.
This occurred in October of 2014. Super Bowl weekend January 2015 the new cabinet countertops were installed in repairs are made to the walls.
We spent the Super Bowl weekend with our children out of town in Nashville Tennessee and return two days after repairs were completed to find the house flooded from the top floor down. The extensive damage included flooding in three bedrooms two bathrooms the entire kitchen living room and dining area. I first called the Lowes was made as I was standing amidst the flooding with water coming from the ceiling fans and light fixtures as well as flowing into the air-conditioning ducts in the floor. To date our insurance company has paid $129,000 in actual construction cost as well as approximately $12,000 in relocation expenses.
It is now November 2015 nearly a year later and we have just completed construction. Perhaps the greatest frustration was that Lowes denied any responsibility and referred us to their "subcontractors" I'm still paying for the countertops and installation and have nothing to show for it from Lowes.
Product or Service Mentioned: Lowes Installation.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Monetary Loss: $145000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
Lowes Pros: That i did get the discount.
Lowes Cons: Problem solving skills.