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Location: Washington
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Bad Contractors & Bad Workmanship
Original Message   Aug 10, 2005 9:13 pm
Beings I now have AC and am interested in how it works and all, and learning more every day, I came across this at the DOITYOURSELF community forum. In my opinion, if you want something done right, you have to DOITYOURSELF!!! Although I understand that this guy has his own limitations to installing a AC unit, he seems to have quite a bit of knowledge as it is. I am upset what he has been going through and hope that he can resolve this. Also, in my opinion, a small claims court is perfect for resolving this issue.

Let me also quote Dragon77...(Haven't paid any money to the 2nd company, fortunately, but the 1st one wanted 1/2 upfront - which I recently found out is a direct violation of the State Contractor's Licensing Board's regulations.

That is very bad practice and is no where near professionalism

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AJace


I have an Ariens 926 Pro because I like Orange



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Re: Bad Contractors & Bad Workmanship
Reply #1   Aug 11, 2005 5:37 pm
Plumbing/AC/and heating installers are sometimes like that.  I guess it can be a hard job if you're not sharp. 

Ariens 926 DLE Professional; Toro S200; Craftsman LT1000, Echo ES-230;

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