John’s Custom House Painting Toccoa Georgia Review

John Wiggins, painter, came to a house my husband and I were trying to sell for a quote. He looked over the entire job and gave us what seemed like a reasonable quote for $3850 at the end of October. He explained he was in the middle of another job but could start the job around the second or third week of November. The first week of November, my husband met with John Wiggins to write a check for $1150 (1/3 to start the job). We received a call approximately a week from that day from Home Depot asking for payment for the paint. John Wiggins Wiggins ordered and transported the paint back to the house so we assumed the work had started. The third week of November, we went to the house to find that no work had been done. We called John Wiggins who profusely apologized and said his other job took longer than expected. He requoted the start date as the first week of December. We agreed to this.The second week of December, we went back to the house to find that once again, no work had been done. We spoke to John Wiggins once again who again apologized and promised he would start on Monday (second week of December). He made arrangements for my husband to meet him at the house at the end of the week for final payment. On Thursday of that week, John Wiggins contacted my husband to say that again, no work had been done on the house. He stated that he was out of town and the guys he had hired never showed up. He said the job was going to be rescheduled to “sometime after the New Year””. Since my husband and I had taken time off for the holidays and needed this house on the market by after the New Year

we spoke to John Wiggins and said the delay was unacceptable and we couldn’t wait without a definite date. He refused to give a date so we asked for our money back so we could either paint the house ourselves or find another

more reliable contractor. At this point

John Wiggins said it wasn’t his fault

that we didn’t understand this business

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