New Reviewer

Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money

All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
All City Plumbing Two - Horrible Don’t Waste Your Hard Earned Money
I called All City Plumbing informed them I had water damage to a bathroom vanity and a pipe leaking inside the vanity. I told them I wanted to put in a new one. I also made sure to inform them the current vanity was on concrete and not tile, it was not on top of boards (occasionally some are.) I asked how much it would be to fix the pipe and install a new vanity. I was told it would be between $300-400 just to do those two things. So I purchased the vanity it came with both the cabinetry and the countertop (sink). I also bought the P Trap and new necessary pipes. Jermey cane installed the vanity and fixed the pipes. It looks good at first glance doesn’t it? Check the tile the vanity isn’t put in correctly, it wasn’t pushed back all the way on one side. I don’t really care. It was slightly away from the wall but close enough to just caulk a little more on the top, a filler board on the front, it would have been fine. But this is what you can’t see from this picture. The nice picture he sent to his boss lol. He caulked the top and doesn’t have filler board fine. He didn’t caulk the back he ran out. Okay. But the top of the cabinetry is exposed.If you get that wet it ruins it. The front was half flush to the cabinetry and hung of on the other half. All they were asked to do is fix the top portion of the vanity so the top of the cabinetry wasn’t exposed any longer. He moved the entire cabinet out another half inch making the gap over an inch. Then put the vanity top back on this time you couldn’t see the top of the exposed cabinetry (which is good), but now you have a little over an inch gap and he removed all caulk. The cabinetry never had to be moved just the sink top. The pipes were then sideways and leaked. The owner Jason had Jeremy put the sink top on correctly the second time then Jeremy had to come back a third time to fix the new pipes he damaged. Jeremy damaged my wall. Necessary or not I wasn’t told it would happen per Florida law. Did they fix it no. I was told by Jason he would come out when Jeremy fixed the pipes he damaged, that way he could fix everything. He didn’t show up just Jeremy. I now have this ( see picture 4-6 inch or more gap, partial caulking, an improper anchor ( a screw through my new vanity that wasn’t necessary, that was placed after he moved the cabinetry further from the wall, something I didn’t want and there is no real anchor just a screw). They won’t fix anything that was their fault. I asked about filler board Jeremy told me “I don’t know I’m not a carpenter” So $800 later it looks bad for a new vanity. I’m still going to have to put more time and more money into this.
View full review
ID
#1628594 Review #1628594 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Port Saint Lucie, Florida
Service
All City Plumbing Two Plumbing Service
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Preferred solution
Put the vanity back where it was the first time, finish all caulking, take out your screw and don’t damage anything else.I will worry about my walls.

Why Trust Reviews on PissedConsumer?

  • Professional auto and live moderation
  • 100% user-generated content
  • Equal opportunity and protection
  • Zero tolerance for fake reviews
  • Verified content

For more information read Blog article