I will try to keep this story short.I was told by my salesman, Tim Irvine, by phone, text, and email, that I would be a morning installation.
The installer would be there "between 9 and 9:30am." I live 90 minutes away from the job, and I have a 2 year old at home, so I asked my brother to meet the installers to approve of the materials and give them access to the building. I would show up later to approve of the job and write the check. They never showed. At 10am, I called the company.
I was told that I was set for an afternoon appt between 2 and 4pm. I insisted this was not the case. George Johnson, the installation coordinator, looked at the contract and confirmed that I had a morning install, but there was nothing he could do to remedy the situation. I asked my 75 year old mother to go wait for the installer at 2pm.
I would show up later to pay for the work, when my wife got home to care for the baby. At 4pm, when no-one had shown up, nor called, I told my mother to just leave. Later, someone from Empire called to tell me that the installer would not be showing up. My day was wasted.
My Mother's day was wasted. My brother was an hour late to get to work. Customer service is non existent, or just terrible. No communication between sales and install department.
No communication between company and customers.
My business is clearly not important to your company.I will spread the word to all my friends, fellow landlords, and other contractors that I work with...Empire treat their customers like dirt!!!!!!
Review about: Empire Today Carpet Installation.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
I didn't like: That they did not come the day they were supposed to.