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Old 08-25-2008, 11:19 AM
dark_S dark_S is offline
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isnt there legal recourse here? i assume the written estimate has some legalese to it, but if you didnt change the scope of work and didnt delay him in completing his work, he has no ground to increase the price. also, he should have paid to fix the problems he created (even if he just paid your time)...

contractors try this stuff all the time. i don't allow it at my work, you shouldnt allow it in your home.
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