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Question DetailsAsked on 11/14/2019

What state agencies investigate complaints against contractors

I recently had interior drain tile placed in my basement. The existing floor had pits and cracks. I asked the contractor what could be done to get rid of them. Contractor suggested two inch overlay and admitted to not following Redi Mix concrete guy's instructions to cut joints every four feet. It is cracked beyond belief.No fibers, no rebar, no control/isolation joints and poured so wet that it is splashed up the wall and on the basement ceiling. He will not supply the delivery ticket which might give some indication as to how much water was added to concrete on site. I have filed a claim against his bond. I would also like to provide a bit of free advertising for him. Is anyone aware of consumer justice type avenues? Who regulates these people? I have sent emails to every contractor in the area (with pics) and asked the builders association for assistance. Lawyer tells me cost of justice may not be worth pursuing as they would take bulk of award. Estimate $17,000 damages.

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