Calculation of Damages in a Bad Residential Remodel Job

Where there has been a remodel of a home, residential rental or a commercial building and problems result where the final remodel does not appear to be within the standards of industry practices where the property is located, the measure of damages of a property owner for a work of improvement is established by statute in your state. From a practical perspective, the typical damages that a homeowner could assert in a failed remodel would be the costs to remove the defective improvements. This would involve tear outs and debris disposal, permits and fees to start up again, any additional costs that would not have been incurred such as structural engineer fees, architectural drawings, and blue prints.

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