If you hired a contractor or other service provider to do work on your home, you are entitled to a quality end result. When contractors and other service providers do bad work or leave projects incomplete, there are steps you can take.
Located in St. Charles, Missouri, the home contractor attorneys at Flesner Wentzel help clients hold home contractors liable for fraud, enforce their home service contracts and receive the benefits of their bargain.
When you hire a contractor or other service provider to repair or remodel portions of your home, or perform some other home-repair function, you expect the job to be done correctly and completed on time.
Unfortunately, many contractors and service providers cut corners to save time and money and sacrifice quality while doing so. The end result: a subpar product for homeowners.
Common home contractor problems include:
Failing to pull permits
Unstable retaining walls or decks
Poorly constructed fences and other structures
Changing product specifications or price terms after beginning work
When construction defects, poor workmanship and other problems arise, many homeowners don’t know where to turn. At Flesner Wentzel, our lawyers help homeowners hold contractors liable for their poor craftsmanship, repair bad work and get the end result they are entitled to.
Holding Home Contractors Liable For Bad Work
You shouldn’t have to pay because your contractor did a poor job, failed to pull necessary permits or never finished the agreed-upon work. At Flesner Wentzel, our attorneys will help you get reimbursed for the extra money you had to spend repairing bad work.
We help clients bring legal actions that reimburse them for:
The cost of repair
The cost to complete work
Lost down payments
Attorneys fees related to the legal action
In certain circumstances, homeowners may be entitled to punitive damages. Punitive damages are additional financial damages meant to punish contractors for their wrongful acts.