Hiring a contractor to do work is something that is very serious. Almost everyone in this area has probably heard horror stories about contractors who get down payments to do work and then don't complete the job. This is something that is simply unacceptable.
We know that you have a lot on your plate when it comes to the regular life occurrences. The last thing that you need to have to deal with is a contractor who isn't doing what you paid them to do.
When you have an issue with a contractor not completing work that is supposed to be done, you might feel like you are stuck. Most contractors require at least part of the project's cost to be paid before they start working. Since they aren't completing the work, you are out of that money and will need to hire someone else to do the work that you need done. This is more money out of your pocket.
You might decide that you are going to take legal action to recover your money. We can help you learn about your options and rights regarding this. While this isn't necessarily going to be a fast option for recovering your money, it is a way that you can send a message to the contractor about his or her actions.
Another instance in which you might end up needing to take legal action is when a contractor does do the work you hired them to do but doesn't do it up to par. In this case, you might take legal action to get the problem rectified.