Although anyone who owns a home will probably know that the renovation is never an easy task, things can get immeasurably more complex if you feel that those who were hired to do the work are not fulfilling their end of the bargain. A few days ago it was confirmed that Chip and Joanna Gaines newly launched Magnolia Network had canceled the series Homework, after Hosts / Renovation Experts Andy and Candis Meredith have been accused by several owners damaging their homes for the work done for the new show. After this cancellation, we have more information on what would have happened while Homework was filming.
What Aubry Bennion said happened after he hired Andy and Candis Meredith
Everything about Andy and Candis Meredith Homework was quickly erased from Magnolia Network and its website, but if even a little of what the various homeowners who have paid thousands of dollars to fix their homes are saying is accurate, chances are they won’t forget it. experience so early. While the Merediths have vehemently denied any intentional wrongdoing (we’ll come back to their comments later), those who hired the Utah couple to Homework also had a lot to say about what would have happened.
On January 4, Aubry Bennion took home Instagram tell his story in 18 posts. After asking to appear on Homework to have her kitchen remodeled, she started discussing the project with the Merediths in August 2019, and noted that she had come forward because the show was “the well-edited version of the story” that “will only show their side “while” people, bank accounts, livelihoods, families, our health, our sanity… we were all left on the cutting room floor.
Bennion shared numerous screenshots of text messages, receipts, and more in an attempt to save his claims, including several disturbing allegations, like saying the Merediths had flooring installed but didn’t seal it properly, so its durability was rendered null and void. Bennion also noted that the amount of money she paid them for the job, simply do not add up to the finished product:
Additionally, Bennion said the flooring company told him they had been trying to reach the Merediths for months because of an unpaid invoice they had for the flooring used in his house. Seeing that they couldn’t contact them, the last effort in trying to recoup this loss was to put a lien on his house (a common practice), so Bennion ended up paying this bill, which had a balance of $ 1,872. .
Teisha Satterfield Hawley also claimed there were many issues with working time, quality and budget
Teisha Satterfield Hawley also noted a number of alleged issues on his social networks, with problems on financial aspects work done by Andy and Candis Meredith, as well as serious delays in this work for the main living space of her family’s home:
According to Satterfield Hawley, even once the work really started there were still major concerns, one being that “after a month of doing nothing” their “excitement quickly turned to horror” upon realizing that their “floors had been incorrectly laid 3 times. . Even noting that it was so bad that ‘you could see all the ground moving when you walked on it’ at one point.
Satterfield Hawley and her husband, Jeff, had a meeting with the Merediths to discuss their concerns, but were quickly shocked by the news that their agreed budget of $ 45,000 ($ 35,000 went directly to the Merediths) had already gone. , which was the first time they faced funding issues:
After having had several more conversations with the Merediths about how to proceed, the couple were told they would have to wire $ 10,000 immediately to get it all started again. They decided to tell the Merediths not to continue the work, but it was not an easy decision and it still arouses a lot of emotions for Satterfield Hawley:
How Andy and Candis Meredith Responded to Work-from-Home Requests
As mentioned above, the Merediths deny that there was any wrongdoing on their part. Earlier this week, they released a statement on Instagram, and said that “we have always kept the lines of communication open, there have always been ways for people to recover damages”, and noted that homeowners making their grievances public “seem to be the best ways easier to harm us personally “. Just this Wednesday, the couple resurfaces on social networks, this time with a few videos and what they think is a full account of their side of the story.
Candis Meredith also explained in tears how their children are now being bullied at school because of the complaints against them, as well as the need for the family to ask the police to watch their home due to threats of dead :
All in all, the only thing one can really hope for is that no one gets hurt because of the claims against Andy and Candis Meredith and their old series Magnolia Network, and that they can finally find solutions with it. owners who believe they have been wronged by them.