There's a distinct line of demarcation about three feet long on my new hardwood
floor where the urethane was not applied properly; i.e. thick on one side of
the line, much thinner on the other. It bothers me every time look at it,
which is several times a day. Is there something that can be done about it? I
sent an email to the installer and he has not responded.
If he will not respond to an e-mail complaint, then he is very likely not
reputable. Many states have statutes which protect the consumer against
fraudulent and deceptive business practices. Contact the Attorney General's
office in your state to inquire. You may be entitled to more than the amount
you paid. In some states it's three times what you paid if it involves auto
or home repairs.
try that squarish thing. has 12 buttons or so on it. usually called the
TELEPHONE. not everyone, especially busy trades people, do their critical
business via email. perhaps he just didn't check it this week.
I agree, light sanding and then recoating the whole floor. It's
really simple and not all that much work. If he's reputable, he'll do
it. But, how did this happen to begin with? He must have done it in
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