Site hosted by Angelfire.com: Build your free website today!

Contractor Problem


Bill is a contractor with whom we arranged to build a $30,000 addition to our house. About 80% of the way through, Bill decided to stop working on our house--after he had already collected the full $30,000.


This is where the siding was supposed to have gone, prior to his quitting:


This is where the siding has lain the last four months, rotting on the ground:


This is how he left our backyard when he decided to stop working:


More of our backyard:


More of our backyard:


More of our backyard (after I did some cleaning up):


This is the mound of dirt and rocks and broken bricks Bill left for us to deal with ourselves:


This is his (final) solution to the rain leaking into the new rec room he was building for us:


This is the home he left for the birds (and other critters) in our neighborhood:


More homes for critters:


More homes for critters:


This is the exhaust to the dryer Bill built too close to the ground, resulting in our dryer not working and a visit from the dryer technician who charged us $45 to tell us the exhaust was too close to the ground:


This is the old exhaust hole for the dryer and how Bill filled it in:


This is how well Bill fills in the gaps around the power line to our brand new $1,000 fuse box:


This is how Bill left an outside window, after covering the window with a wall on the inside:


This is how he left our downstairs bathroom:


More of the downstairs bathroom:


This is how he left the wiring next to the fuse box:


This is how he placed the valves to our washing machine, one on top of the other:


This is how he left the doorframe to the laundry room:


This is how he left the entrance to our new walk-in-closet:


This is how he left the exit to our new walk-in-closet:


This is how he left the interior of our walk-in-closet:


This is more of the interior of our walk-in-closet:


This is how he puts two walls together:


More of how to put two walls together:


This is how he left our laundry room:


More of our laundry room:


This is how he left our driveway, with the oil that leaked daily from his work truck:


This is how he left our 'finished' stairwell: