Seaport Kitchen & Bath Inc.
About this pro
we had Arthur come out and do a 2nd floor bathroom renovation on an 1800s cottage in Newport last spring. Initially, he was easy to work with and had lots of good ideas. the job looked good. shortly after several friends used the house and water was dripping profusely into the first floor foyer, which damaged the walls and required a plumber. the plumber repaired a faulty installation of the tub spout and drain connection which cost over $400. we asked him to cover this expense and he said he would. But he never did. I would not use him again.Nov 21, 2014
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- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I do sometimes wish that customers would look closely at the prices of materials they are choosing. A few times we have run into problems when a customer chooses a vanity or tile that is above what the original budget allowed. However, they do not want to pay any additional money. I love when people are in love with their project. I cannot pay out of my pocket to make sure someone has an $800 vanity. It is frustrating to both me and the homeowner.