Lowes Kitchen Remodel

0 Votes Edit Answer (for another -33 minute) My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!! Answered 2 years ago by Lowes Report Itlowes kitchen remodel 1Edit Answer (for another -33 minute) My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!! Answered 2 years ago by Lowes Report Itlowes kitchen remodel 2My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!!lowes kitchen remodel 3Update Your Kitchen with Designer TouchesThis inspiring kitchen remodel is full of ideas for creating a designer-look space. Warm white cabinetry combines with sophisticated grays and tans in the granite countertops, subway tile backsplash and porcelain tile flooring. 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