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You answer was somewhat helpful. The original structure is 3 years old. The engineers came to the conclusion that all of the mountain stone and drivet will have to be removed from the house, to let it dry out. When they cut into the drivet to check for moisture all of the sites were wet, some even squirted back at them when they inserted the probe.
My question has to do with the addition I added to this specific property. Even though I used a different contractor, do I have any claim for my inconvenience caused by this faulty installation of the drivet? We were supposed to move in on 5/10, and at this time still have no place to reside!!
My contractor is the one who found the mold problem, but he has nothing to do with the original construction. The contractor who faultily installed the drivet has gone out of business, so the damages fall back on the original builder who hired him.
In the meantime, my husband, age 80 is not doing well with our temporary situation and I am run ragged taking care of him.
What should I do? Who should I call?
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