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steph44

02:15PM | 12/02/06
Member Since: 12/01/06
2 lifetime posts
Bvwindows
Does anyone have any information on homefix corporation? Has anyone had any work done by them and are they really a scam?

Oberon

03:35AM | 12/03/06
Member Since: 05/13/05
40 lifetime posts
Steph,

You replied to the other post about this issue and in so doing you really did answer your own question.

If you are concerned enough about this company/product being a rip-off that you would post your concerns here, then cancel the contract immediately and rethink what it is that you want/need.

Good luck!


newman1

02:55PM | 12/08/06
Member Since: 12/07/06
2 lifetime posts
Stephanie,

I just wanted to let you know that I had windows installed in my home by Homefix about 5 years ago, and I couldnt be happier. In fact a number of my neighbors have also had windows/siding done by Homefix. I recently had my siding done by them as well and I am very pleased with the entire process. From the contract to the installation. My experience with Homefix could not have been smoother nor more pleasant. We had an issue with our kitchen window and they came out and repaired the window, no questions asked. The installers were great too, they cleaned up after themselves, you wouldnt even know they were there. I hope you decide to give them a chance, you can always check your local BBB. good luck

INFINITE

11:04AM | 12/11/06
Member Since: 12/10/06
5 lifetime posts
I recently purchased windows and siding from Homefix Corp. and could not be more satisfied. Everyone was more than helpful and courtious. I am so pleased with the work that I am currently under contract for work to be done on my in-laws home. I can tell you this, if you had a "bad experience" with them you may be the exception and not the rule.Try giving them a call to work things out, you never know.

INFINITE

11:07AM | 12/11/06
Member Since: 12/10/06
5 lifetime posts
I had work done with them and am very pleased. They have been around for 15 years and very few issues. The number is in the single digits. One persons opinion, mine or anyones should not be the gospel. I think highly of them

Good luck.

pushkareva

06:17PM | 04/16/10
Member Since: 04/15/10
1 lifetime posts
If you already have contract with Homefix - it is too late to change your mind - they will not give back your deposit...

We are waiting for 2 years already...

Going to courts etc, but no so far money...

My advise - stay away from Homefix.
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