Hiring a contractor is a big undertaking. You have to be sure they understand the scope of the project and that they are able to do it suitably. You must also determine how the bid fits into your budget. There is also the matter of the timeline for the project. You can't allow a construction project to drone on and on forever. Once you have discussed the matter with the contractor you choose, a contract is signed and the project can move forward.
There is a good chance that you are waiting anxiously for the project to come to an end. You probably want to use the area and start to enjoy it. Unfortunately, there are times when things go wrong. This might be that there is a delay in the project that pushes the end date off even more. It might be that the materials aren't up to par or that the workmanship is shoddy.
All of those negative possibilities are the reasons that you need a contract for the project. Not only does it outline the requirements for the project, but it also provides you with the plan for what happens if things aren't up to par or if the contract is broken.
We know that you just want the project done and that you are ready to move on with life. We are here to help you ensure that you aren't being taken advantage of and that you have the outcome that you deserve. There really isn't any good reason why the contractor shouldn't be held accountable for not following the contract -- nor should you be financially responsible for the negative impact of the broken contract on your life.