The Art Of Complaining: How To Speak Up And Get The Results You Want

July 8, 2013  |  

The Remodel From Hell

Make sure you have been specific in your design desires and have it all in writing before the work gets started. If upon completion you are dissatisfied, then you have proof of the deal. Also when you notice a flaw in the work, take a picture, “This is proof that the flaw actually exists and will give the builder an actual image of the problem you’ve uncovered. Plus, this documents proof that the flaw was there if you ever have to take legal action,” explains Yahoo.

If the home builder isn’t responding, then contact his boss. Best yet, visit the company in person with your pictures and other documentation in hand.

There are many fraudulent home repair contractors, so thoroughly check out the company beforehand. If you think you have become a victim contact the Federal Trade Commission and the Fraudulent Home Repair Contractors.

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