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Update by user Aug 10, 2018

The issue was taken care of by Re-Bath. The proper fix was implemented and the door and wall are now stable.

Update by user Aug 10, 2018

Problem taken care of. I consider this issue closed.

Update by user Jul 24, 2018

ReBath did come yesterday after quite a lengthy back and forth communication and took care of the problem....

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#1300913 Review #1300913 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Poor customer service

Rebath Customer Care Review from Houston, Texas

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I totally regret doing business with rebath. I, unfortunately, signed a contract with them and have yet to get scheduled for the work to be done, weeks later. They don't return phone calls or emails, the ABSOLUTE WORST. You kind of wonder if they are keeping score or laughing at how pissed off they can make people-- my advice to anyone getting a bath or kitchen remodel DONT use REBATH in Arizona, specifically Sedona. You will regret it.
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#831209 Review #831209 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Poor customer service
This company gender discriminates. They are male chauvinists. I've dealt with several contractors and trades people before, and I've never seen this: So I want a guest bathroom remodel. I called to schedule an appointment for ReBath people to come out for an estimate,...
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If it was reversed and your husband would have called they still would not have set up an appointment unless you were going to be there as well. If the house was only in your name it would have been ok, but they need all people present who owns the house.

Sounds like they didn't do a very good job explaining it to you.

Also to be more efficient they would like all parties interested present because there is so much to cover in a short period. Usually out of respect for your husband and or wife even if you would have liked everything you looked at while the consultant was at your residence your response would have been "I will get with my husband and call you back" typically if a purchase is less than 1000.00 it is not necessary to talk t of your significant other but when you are talking about making an investment in your home for 10000.00 to 20000.00 I personally don't know anyone, man or woman who would respectfully make that decision without having a discussion about it first.

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