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I went to Stone City, LLC to buy new counter tops for my kitchen
I went to Stone City, LLC to buy new counter tops for my kitchen. When I met with the sales people, I brought my measurements and pictures. They were nice and we talked about where the seam would be. They said it would be around the sink, which made sense. They came to measure and showed me the paper with the measurements. The installation was on June 24th and everything seemed to be going well until I saw the installer adding a piece to the top of my island. I asked him about it, but he said he was only there to install. They added the piece and now there's an ugly seam on the top of my island. I confirmed the seam placement several times, but it didn't matter. I called Babu, who was very rude and not helpful. I was so shocked and upset that I had to hang up. I called again on June 26th to try to resolve the issue, but was told that Babu was gone until July 1st and they would call me back with a time for him to come out. But they never did.
I hired Stone City to make and put in a kitchen countertop
I hired Stone City to make and put in a kitchen countertop. I went to their store and signed a deal with them on June 5th. My contractor, Ian *** of ***, gave them a deposit of $5952.75. An extra $1984.25 was to be paid when they installed it, but that didn't happen. They were supposed to come to my house to make a pattern on July 8th, which they did. Babu made the pattern using a laser measurement system that I saw and approved. My contractor had to move one of the cabinets, and Babu came back to take new measurements. I wasn't there. The original installation date was set for July 21st. The installers tried to install the slabs for a couple of hours but couldn't. The main issues were that the angle where the slabs met in the corner was wrong, the cutout for the sink wasn't centered, the gap along one wall was too big and would have needed a furr-out of almost an inch, and the overhang along one edge would have been about 6 inches. The excess overhang would have been more than the maximum allowed for the electrical outlet along that wall according to Douglas County building codes. I would have had to pay my contractor to furr out the wall (which wasn't in my original contract with him), and I would have had to pay the electrician to move the outlet. Stone City successfully installed one of the five slabs. I kept a second slab that was installed by a different company. I think it's fair for me to pay for the two slabs I got (25.5sqft total), but I shouldn't have to pay for the slabs they didn't install. I'm asking for a refund of $3581.25 payable to either myself or ***. I'm not sure what's appropriate because I signed the contract, but *** paid the deposit. I've tried to contact Stone City many times, but Babu won't return my messages. My contractor went to their store on January 19th but couldn't fix the problem.
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