In fact, we’ve seen remodelers get so upset that they take matters into their own hands and destroy the property. Although this is the more emotional approach, it’s important to understand where the anger is coming from and why remodelers may have certain questions.
What are the next steps if the client isn’t taking into consideration the thousands spent or hard work of the remodeler? What are the rights that the remodeler has if they are put in this situation? We caught up with construction specialized lawyer Thomas Croessman to discuss the legal route remodelers can take.
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