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Question DetailsAsked on 1/6/2018

My plumber has not finished the job on my heating system sincenov.6 2017

We are without heat in 15 degree temps

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Sounds like you need to call a new plumber - though most may be in the same situation as him - overworked - if you are experiencing unusually cold weather.

Obviously, if it has been sitting since 6 November, you have left this WAYYY to long without trolling him or getting a new plumber to finish the work. Hopefully he left any needed parts which you have already paid for).

If you do get a new plumber to do the work, be sure to tell the old one he is fired for not completing the work in a timely manner. This assumes this is a repair, not a new heating system install. If new heating system install then a tougher situation, and might end up with lawyers involved - but if you contact him and he will not come finish it within a day under threat of filing a claim with his bonding company and a complaint with the state licensing board, I think you would be fuly justified in dumping him mid-job, having someone else finish it (with good photo and invoice documentation of exactly what work and parts were necessary to complete it), then filing a claim with his bonding company for any refund of monies you might have paid for work not completed by him.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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