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Question DetailsAsked on 8/26/2013

How to solve problems with a general contractor

My contractor did not complete the job to my satisfaction and refuses to do so. It was a painting job and it was not done well.

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Have you already paid him?

Answered 2 years ago by BluButterfly

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Thanks so much!

Answered 2 years ago by KielH

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If you have not given him final payment you have that hold over him.

Angie's List can help with pursuing a dispute with a contractor - call customer service, as Kiel mentioned, though maybe it was not clear to you that there is a formal followup procedure Angie's List will go through to help you with a vendor or contractor you are dissatisfied with.

If he was bonded, you can "call his bond" - file a claim with the bonding company to hire another contractor to come and do the job right, assuming a normal person would agree with you that the job was not done satisfactorily, in a "workmanlike manner" in the parlance of the industry.

If the end run, you always have a lawsuit as an option - perhaps in small claims court in this case assuming this was not a major painting job.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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Contact the California State Licensing Board (CSLB) or your state licensing board, once you do this, action is swift. no need to contact anyone else, as this is what they are there for.

Answered 1 year ago by sethbonilla




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