Reply by Empire Today

Mike, I truly apologize for the damages that occurred to your home during your recent laminate flooring installation. We know that making improvements to your home is an important and big decision; our goal is to make it hassle-free and provide you with the highest level of service. It is my understanding that you have been in contact with our Customer Service Team and that an inspector is scheduled to come to your home this week to identify the cause of the damage so we may work towards a resolution with you. If you have any questions or concerns before this time, please feel free to email us at or via phone at 888-588-2315 x4195. Rebekah Clerk.
Sicklerville, New Jersey

I had Empire install laminate and carpet in my home in November of 2010. The carpet and laminate were installed but the installers did damage to my home in several locations, including getting ink of my carpet, broken molding around a set of doors and most critical they damaged the french doors leading to my deck. It takes a lot of strength now to close the french doors now since the door has to be lifted up and pushed hard to close. In addition, when it rains I now have water leaking into the kitchen from the french doors. When I complained about this Empire sent the same floor installer to fix the door and he did not have the skills or tools to fix it. He instead ripped out the weatherstripping from the door and now I have cold air coming through the doors as well. All attempts to have Empire resolve the damage they did have failed. They are telling me to pay for a repairman to fix the damage they have done.

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