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ReBath - 8 months and still unfinished
ReBath - 8 months and still unfinished
ReBath - 8 months and still unfinished
ReBath - 8 months and still unfinished
I signed a contract with Re-Bath 8 months ago and I am still waiting for my project to be completed and the repairs done to the areas they damaged during construction. The service has been terrible and the workmanship poor. Here are a few issues- they initially plumbed...
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#994453 Review #994453 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Poor workmanship
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$3000
Preferred solution
Price reduction
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Avoid REBATH

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Worked for REBATH, and after quitting because I could not make ends meet because their pay structure was ridiculous, I found out that they were bad mouthing me to my customers saying that I was fired for being dishonest when I actually quit. Then I found out later, when I confronted them about the slander, that the owner and sales manager decoded not to pay me the commissions for any jobs I had sold that were completed after I quit. Plus that was the specific understanding I had with my manager, that I would still get paid for those jobs when they were completed.
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#553064 Review #553064 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Problems with payment
Loss
$2000
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Full refund

ReBath in Salt Lake City, Utah - Horrible product and service

My install took almost 9 months to complete. Each of my two bathrooms had to be replaced twice after the initial install. The panel designs were switched by the salesman/consultant. The installers never checked to make sure they were installing the right ones. I had crooked cuts on panels, bad caulking, bowed panels, a clogged drain they never fixed. My shower curtain rod was bent by one of the crews and when I requested a replacement I was accused of sabotage. Shower doors weren't aligned so they wouldn't slide. Parts were forgotten and I was told to wait until they came back to fix the other bathroom. Had to come back numerous times to re-caulk and fill in gaps. Finally I gave up and accepted the fact I would not have my beautiful new bathroom. Now eight months later I am still fighting a clogged drain and have to replace all the caulk in my primary bathroom because it is molding and peeling off.
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We had the same experience.

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#373162 Review #373162 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$5000