Yes, I’m still dealing with the repairs to our back porches.
Lucky for the association I’m unemployed and can spare the time to make sure these repairs are done properly.
Now the Porch People did come out about a week and a half ago and made 95% of the needed repairs.
It’s just that last 5% that needs to be completed.
Naturally the only person who was bilingual (English & Polish) had to leave the site; my attempts to communicate with the rest of the crew was futile.
They only did what the bilingual master carpenter directed them to do. Any further repairs weren’t going to happen that day.
I was on the phone to the Porch People before the work crew left our property.
The rest of the repairs needed to be scheduled so we could be done with this business.
Of course a game of phone tag ensued.
It seems that my phone calls to the master carpenter were about as useful as dialing for Oprah tickets.
As luck would have it, the office manager is out for a few weeks.
My persistent phone calls to the office paid off as someone else finally picked up the office manager’s messages.
He said that he would have to check schedules but the work should be able to get done shortly.
I’m kind of afraid what “shortly” means.
It’s because of the Porch People’s crappy follow up they will be banished from my links at the left side of the page.
Anyone can love you when you give them $90,000 of your money, but who’s gonna slap your ass and call you Sally when you call them on the mat about the quality of their goods?
Moreover, who’s gonna give the love when the aforementioned goods need follow up care?
This blog aside, I know tons of people. When I like what you do I can (and will) talk you up.
There are so many people and businesses that get professional referrals off of me it’s absolutely ridiculous.
Apparently the Porch People won’t be one of them.