06:14AM | 09/22/05
Member Since: 09/21/05
2 lifetime posts
I feel sorry for all of the people who are having problems with this outfit.I was an installer(subcontractor) many years ago for them and left because I realized how crooked they were.I lost personal money many times due to repairing things and doing what I thought was right because I felt sorry for all of the homeowners that were getting ripped off in my eyes.When I was still with them Mr.Petite's father was the one with the engineer stamp and they used to bring him to the office periodically to stamp their drawings,at that point he was so old he didn't even know where he was half of the time.I used to feel sorry for him,it was as bad as the people who keep their elders around just to get their social security checks.At one time they were a descent company.I could tell you stories all day of sleeping in trucks and eating cold hotdogs for weeks on end while being out of town erecting these garages due to the lack of money from them.That is part of the problem-he can't get/keep good help due to the lack of pay(everybody that works for him is either a dopehead or drunk or both-hence the reasons I left a long time ago.I feel so sorry for all of you guys and the only thing I can do to help is try to spread the word for everyone to boycott him.



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