5 signs it’s time to break up with your contractor

If you think breaking up with a loved one is hard to do, try breaking up with your contractor. Feelings are hurt. Contracts are broken. The contractor loses work and the homeowner has to start the hiring process all over again, prolonging the construction period and costing them more money to finish the job right. However, if you aren’t getting the results you want or were promised it may be the only choice for you.

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Jennifer Wiley has been a videographer/editor at Angie’s List since 2008. She interviews Angie, local service companies and whoever else she can get on camera for the more than 550 categories on Angie's List.

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