Construction projects are bound to have some hiccups as they proceed. When anything amiss happens, your contractor should alert you to the issue and find ways to overcome the problems. The real issue comes in when they aren't willing to do this. In these cases, you might have to turn to legal remedies to rectify the situation.
You might feel as though you aren't being heard when you speak to the contractor. Sometimes, they will try to overpower the client by reinforcing what they think about the issues. When this happens, it might be best to take a step back and review what is going on. If you think that you can get the contractor to see your side of the issue, you might try to approach it again. If you don't think it will work, it might be time to call in reinforcements.
We can help you work with the contractor to come up with a resolution. If this doesn't work, we can proceed with a legal claim. You should remember that court cases will take time to work through the system, so there is a chance that your project will be held up in the interim.
When you think about it, there really isn't any reason for you to have to deal with anything other than what you agreed to when you signed the contract for the project. After all, you are paying for what you agreed to. We can help you work toward making sure your rights are protected and that the contractor abides by the contract for the project.