The contractor had two contracts. One for the garage roof the other for gutter contract on house and garage. She doesn't have the three day clause in contracts. Does that void the contracts.
Response 1: Yes, if the contract was solicited at your home--door to door sale.
Then she has on both contracts about the facia board on the garage. On the garage contract she has install 120' facia board and aluminum wrap facia (wrapped when the gutters are installed). On the gutter contract she has aluminum wrap facia board on garage only for another price. In both contracts she is charging to wrap the same facia board on the garage. She tried when doing the garage, to put new facia over rotten brittles wood. I corrected it Then we discussed changing all the facia on the house and she told 511.00 at 3.50 material and labor. I mentioned to her that the front window you can stick your fingers thru it. On the gutter contract she put under our signatures replacing rotten /damaged wood above front window will be an additional cost to be determined after we have accessed the area. Last night she text me to tell me her worker was coming today Sunday to change the facia by front window only, and the gutter guys are coming Monday. Which means the gutter guys are gonna try to put new gutters on rotten facia. The gutter guys don't change facia board. That is when I cancelled both contracts. She also.asked me before I signed the contracts if I wanted to save 200.00 and write the check to her personally, nothing in the memo about gutters or garage roof. She is charging for the Garage Roof Contract 3000.00 and the Gutter Contract 1800.00 and took a 2000.00 deposit. I don't have a gutter apron on the house either, that is why all the facia is rotten. You can see it. Please tell me if she breached the contract.
Response 2: Yes, she did.
I need to know if she can sue me for the gutter contract since she didn't do any work on that one.
Response 3: She can sue to force you to allow her to do the work on the gutter contract. However, if there is no three-day cancellation clause in the contracts, the contracts are not valid to begin with. So, if she sues you to force you to comply, you can use that as a defense to get her case dismissed..
Also on my garage roof it looks like the shingles are curling up on the ends. This whole deal with her is shady. Will she have to pay my attorney fees?
Response 4: She would have to pay your Attorney's fees if your prevail. You can use the following sites to find local consumer Attorneys to assist you with your case:
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Response 5: I have answered all your questions. Kindly see my previous responses and four responses above.
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