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So times extreme measures are best if you want the results you want. We still talk to him often as we only renovated the bottom 2 floors and still have the top floor and an attic expansion and a complete garage rebuild with a deck. He was planning on coming out in a few weeks to quote the garage so he knows there is more business from us it is just shocking that he would not have the work he promised done.

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For all you contractors / rehabbers help me out here. We bought a house last June and hired a GC to do about $60k worth of work the main thing being to replace all the cloth wiring in the house, as well as upgrade us to 220 and install new panels. Well yesterday the lights on our first floor went out so we contacted the electrician he subbed. today we are fixing the problem (loose wire) and come to find out he never rewired the existing outlets/lights he was only contracted to do Roshe Run Black Mens

It is mothers day and he does have a family. But he was texting with me earlier about the lights being out and then stopped when I mentioned the rewiring not being doneI would go with Aaron's approach contact the licensing board as he should be bonded. He should also be carrying E {but given this appears to be a willful failure of ethics, the insurance company may not come to the table}.

For where you are now, "you get more flies with honey than vinegar". Getting mad, ;making Roshe Run Original

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threats, driving him nuts won't do a thing to get you what you want. All of those things take a lot of time, and can drag on for years.

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´╗┐How do I sue my contractor

crap out of him even if it means calling him multiple times a day. Let him know you're not going away and you will not stop calling until you get satisfaction.

the new stuff. This is how he line item it from our contract. I will be getting a copy of the contract he had with the electrician, but how do I best go about resolving this?

Call and tell him you have no interest in lawsuits, or filing complaints, that is a last resort. What you really want, is to sit down with him and find a solution to the problem, but that it needs to be done in a timely manner. (I'm not saying to be a pushover, but give him a way to make things right before you file any complaints) Also, check and see if the sub he used is licensed. Did you call him by chance? If not, you might try that route.

I one had a contractor who wasn't completing a job I needed so I hired someone to call him every couple of hours until they got a good of him, and they changed their phone number so he could never tell if it was my person of a potential customer. Long story short, it got done.

I have dealt with a number of contractors of various ethical standards their biggest fear is not a lawsuit but the person who won't go away.

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i don't know about your state but this sounds like too much money to be a small claims court issue. Which means you will have to hire an attorney. Your attorney will most likely try to settle the case but you'll most likely will still be out of pocket. And that's even if he decides to pay up and not just ignore the whole thing.

The problem is, most homeowners want the lowest price, and to do as little work as possible, not do what is required to do things right. I'm not saying that was you, it sounds as if you asked for it to be done correctly. It's always good when doing a job like that to get more than one bid. Make sure all the bids are the same, in that they are all bidding on the same thing, so you can compare apples to apples. Get a written explanation of exactly what work is going to be done, what materials will be used, etc. Break out the cost of labor and materials separately. Know what brand name of fixtures, appliances, etc. will be used Check references, licensing and bonds.

It is the original sub is who is over now fixing it on the main floor, and how we found out none of it was done. His contract with the GC was for the new service/panels and the new wiring in our kitchen and a few extra outlets. There is about a $3k discrepancy from what we paid our GC to what he paid the subGet the Free eBook from BiggerPockets

The next option may be small claims depending on the cap in your jurisdiction (here it is 12K). unless you managed to secure substantial damages. we trusted our contractor. We had so much going on in the beginning that for the first few weeks we just stopped by every couple of days. I talked to him today and he seemed super confused by all of it. He thought I was talking about a few of the outlets not being rewired, not 2500 sq foot of house not being done. The problem is that not all of the house has conduit. The guys are here now rewiring 3 lights and 3 outlets and we need to cut open 1 wall. Houses that old have little in the way of insulation, etc. wiring is old, everything is old! Probably tearing everything out to the studs and redoing the house would have made sense.

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