Have you ever hired a contractor who disappeared on you? Were you left with a half-completed home improvement project, with feelings of despair and frustration and not a clue as to what your next steps should be? You’re left with unused materials, shortage of capital, and a literal construction site in your home. Unfortunately, this happens to homeowners who hire both licensed and unlicensed contractors more often than you would think. However, there is recourse available. Below we discuss the steps that you can take and actions that you can pursue when your contractor abandoned your project before the construction is completed.
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Content: Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This article was written by The Associated Press, and was published to the Long Island Business News on March 18th, 2020.
New home construction fell again in February, but not as much as the previous month. Those declines follow a December surge which had pushed home construction to the highest level in 13 years. Builders started construction on 1.60 million homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, a decline of 1.5% from 1.62 million units in January, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
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Long Island Construction Law did not create this content about Long Island Construction Employment. This article was written by David Winzelberg, and was published to the Long Island Business News on February 5th, 2020.
Construction employment on Long Island continued to increase in December compared with the previous year, according to the latest report from the Associated General Contractors of America.
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Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This article was written by David Winzelberg, and was published to the Long Island Business News on December 13th, 2019.
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