Construction law matters can be very serious, not only because you deserve to have projects done how you want them, but also because a failure to keep the schedule can cost you money. There aren't many good reasons why contractors should run behind schedule. If you find that your project isn't being done on time, try to find out what happened and what the contractor is doing to get back on track.
Besides running behind schedule, there are many other things that might have happened during the course of the project. You might be able to spot some of these if you visit the job site often and get updates on what is going on.
One thing that you have to watch for is inferior materials. You expect that the materials used in the building process will be up to par. When they aren't, your entire project can be jeopardy. Issues with the materials can lead to costly problems down the road, especially if they aren't spotted during the building phase. There are times when the entire project will have to be redone based on subpar materials.
Another issue that might come up is substandard workmanship, which can also lead to costly issues. When you pay for a project to be completed, you expect that it will be done properly. If this doesn't happen for any reason, you can seek compensation for the issues so that you aren't the one who is left holding onto the financial burden that comes with major corrections of issues.
If you opt to seek compensation, we are here to help you ensure that your rights are being protected and that your claims are remaining at the center of the matter.