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Question DetailsAsked on 7/30/2014

Is hired contractor responsible for rework due to failing bathroom remodel final inspection?

I live in Monterey Park, CA. The city inspector did not pass the final inspection on our bathroom remodel due to different issues including electrical & cabinet drainage. Is my hired contractor responsible for the rework in order to pass the final inspection without charging me extra costs? He handled the original permit application before the job started.

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Unless you specifically told him how to do the work or gave him plans that showed it to be done contrary to code, then yes it is onhis $ to make it right and get the final inspection passed. It would not be considered a merchantable product if it fails inspection.

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