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10/06/2016
By: Kay B.
Lowe's Home Improvement
We replaced half our windows in February, in July we order the other half...it is now October we are still short 1 window...4xs we ordered this 1 last window...wrong style, wrong size, cracked frame, I was told they were ordering it a rush on 9-26..today 10/6..I checked on the status oh he ordered it yesterday...????? Do I trust this info..not really...but I'll check back Monday. Getting frustrated....trying to remain positive and calm.
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02/19/2016
By: Ty R.
Lowe's Home Improvement
Somebody needs to fix their online ordering. Their website will take your money even when they don't have the materials in stock. They say they have it but when you get there they don't. Then you have to wait several days too get your money back
04/20/2016
By: T W.
The Home Depot
This Home Depot is okay. The selection isn't as good as other ones. It's hard to find someone to help you.
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08/17/2015
By: Allen D.
The Home Depot
They alright service they not ready for the mobile app lets get it together Taco Bell
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