STAY AWAY!!! Worst company I’ve ever dealt with. Buyer beware. My wife and I went to their office and ordered granite for our bar and two bathrooms. We chose the colors and were asked what sinks we wanted for the jobs. We stated that we wanted square shaped sinks in the bathrooms and a bar sink for the bar. Andrew called us a week before the install and told us that we would have to choose different granite as the ones we had chosen broke. A week later they bring the granite for the bathrooms with square sinks in one and oval sinks in the other and they didn’t have all the granite for the bar. Long story short, they did a lousy job on the bar, the overhang is uneven and it’s wavy at the seams. When we stated that we ordered square sinks he called us “liars” and told us to look at the contract. However, the contract doesn’t specify the sinks by shape but by a number. How are we supposed to know he put the incorrect number for the sink in the contract. When we finally gave in to him and accepted the bathroom with the wrong sink cutout, he stated it is broken but he’ll glue it. He declined to remedy his mistake and yelled and screamed calling us liars after we spent $4300 at his place of business. Very unprofessional, bad workmanship, language barrier, deceptive practices are what one should expect when dealing with this company. .
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