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treesa114

07:48AM | 11/10/05
Member Since: 11/09/05
1 lifetime posts
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Hi,

We hired a company called Permanent Windows and Siding in Connecticut to apply spray on siding to our home. The application of the product was done poorly and we have bubbles forming in the paint. The contractor makes promises to fix but never shows up and it is our understanding that the TexCote company will no longer even provide them with paint. They are no longer an authorized dealer. Has anyone else had problems with this company or have advice on what we should do now. We paid them $9,000 and our house is not finished and is full of bubbles. Owner, of Permanent Siding and Windows, left us high and dry and bubbling. Theresa

Billhart

05:49AM | 11/11/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
It sounds like time for legal action.

You can start with a "consumer protection" department which your city or state might have. If they don't have one then the county or state's Attorny General might provide some help.

You might have to sue them your self.

And look for see if any newpapers or TV station have a "consumer help" department.


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