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Have You Been Involved in One of These Common Savannah Residential Construction Project Disputes?

Building onto your home or remodeling your residence is a big job. You have to plan your project so that you are out of your home (or at least a portion of your home) for an extended period of time. Meanwhile, the construction project kicks up dust, dirt, and a lot of debris—making the transition from your old space to your new space a hectic one.

When something goes wrong during renovation or after the project has been completed, you might be surprised to find out how unaccommodating your contractor is in helping you resolve the issue. Under Savannah construction law, you may be entitled to compensation. However, getting this compensation is not always as easy or accessible as many homeowners anticipate.

Common Homeowner Construction Disputes in Savannah

It is important to remember that you are not alone in your dispute. Here are some of the most common conflicts homeowners have with the contractors they employ to work on their homes:

  • Breach of contract between you and your general contractor (or between the general contractor and sub-contractors) that impacts your project and the quality of the final outcome.
  • Compliancy issues for all requirements of your project.
  • Breach of warranty, such as the implied and express warranty in your project.
  • Worker negligence, where subcontractors and contractors fail to use proper safety measures and standards of care.
  • Regulation disputes with homeowners’ associations and zoning laws.
  • Damages for the investigation, repair, waste, loss of business (if you work out of your home) and more.

When you notice something is wrong, you may not know whether you have a claim, or if you are able to get your concern resolved. The construction law in Georgia can help.

Let a Georgia Construction Law Attorney Help You Resolve Your Dispute

The law is complicated, and as a homeowner you should not be expected to file your lawsuit and resolve your dispute single-handedly. With help from an experienced Georgia construction law attorney at Duffy & Feemster, you can get the guidance and representation you deserve so that your final project is exactly what you hoped it would be.

Have you experienced a different kind of dispute with a contractor who caused damage to your home? Tell us about it in the comments below.

Dwight T. Feemster
Dwight is a civil and criminal attorney in Georgia.

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