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doesn't ayone

ever get it right?  Or is it just me?

I've regaled you all in the past with my home improvement stories. The guy that took 8 months to do my kitchen and still hung doors sideways. Then last spring, the craftsman who stained all my woodwork red (which I have since decided I like for just that room). Now it's the window people. I spent a fortune on 3 new windows last August to get these wonderful Shuco windows. They promised 4-6 wks. After a ba-zillion mistakes, they finally brought my windows today. And the biggest one is wrong. I did not request ugly slats of fiberglass in the windows; I paid extra for beveling, etching, perimeter v-groove as they call it, in otherwise big plain panes of glass. The screens are in 2 pieces instead of one.

He installed one window today and will come back Monday. They WILL make everything right, but instead of having it all done before Thanksgiving, I am now pinning my hopes on Easter.

thanks for listening.

neIN, Zone 5
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