Rick Severson, J Co, was hired to remodel a small bathroom. The work began 11 weeks ago. The quality of the work was very poor. Mr. Severson admitted that his sub had done poor work. He gutted the room at that point. He then put in the shower pan and returned at a later date to install the shower door. He left the tile work, sink and toilet re-installation to another sub. As we began to use the room, we noticed problems. The glass shower door lacks the sweep at the bottom and a significant amount of water leaks onto the bathroom floor when we shower. He admits he left the sweep off the door and took it to his shop, but refuses to come back and deliver the sweep. An expert in shower door installation has said the door needs to be completely reinstalled. Pieces are missing and alterations were made that may have damaged the door. The painting is poor quality. His crew used the wrong color which does not match existing paint. They also used the wrong type of paint. The wood surfaces show deep brush lines, bumps, dried drops of paint, etc. In some places the paint is already peeling off. All wood surfaces will need to be sanded and repainted. The shower pan has deep pooling water and needs to be completely removed and reinstalled. I have called him many times to get these things corrected. He refuses to come back. He now claims he has turned the project over to the sub and has no more responsibility for it. My contract is with J Co, not the sub. Mr. Severson is responsible for making sure the project is satisfactorily completed. The sub is concerned about getting in the middle of this and doesn't want to do the extensive repairs without a contract. I am currently getting estimates on the cost of the needed repairs. My estimate at this point is that the repairs will cost between $3,000 and $4,000.