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Contractor installed woof flooring which squeaks and not

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Contractor installed woof flooring which squeaks and not completely glued to slab. Contractor sent installer to correct problem by drilling holes and reglueing without patching newly created holes. I objected and asked contractor to review, which he did, but will not respond to my personal visit or return phone calls for email. I did ask flooring supplier to visit and comment which he did. He stated that problem was either wrong glue, dried glue or not enough glue.
I gave contractor correct patching product catalog number which he accepted and stated that someone would come out last week - never showed and won't respond.
Contractor quote did not mention warranty but product package he provided did list warranty information for the contractor.
Help! Only asking that flooring be installed properly - gave total of $27,000 total package
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 6 months ago.
the contractor has breached the agreement. You are entitled to workmanlike service and installation. You may seek to have price adjustment and repair.
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 6 months ago.
You may pursue damages by negotiation and if need be may pursue a complaint through licensing board, the attorney general office, lawyer letter demand, and civil lawsuit respectively.
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 6 months ago.
If you paid contractor by credit card, you may contest charges on your card too!
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 6 months ago.
Please let me know if that is fast and acceptable.
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 6 months ago.
Kindly click on a positive rating.

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