Colorado Contractor Destroys Work Inside Customer’s Home

A viral video shows a Colorado contractor destroying his work inside a customer’s home.

When you’re in the remodeling process, you spend a ton of time and money on getting the job done and usually want to do everything you can to keep the customer happy. When the job is complete, you want to get paid for all of the work. The contractor said the homeowner refused to pay them, so they repossessed the shower remodel they did. The client claimed she paid more than $3,000 out of a $7,500 bill and delayed the remainder of the payment to make sure “she was happy with the work.” The contractor stated, “communication broke down and resulted in our company repossessing a tile shower.” The homeowner is now taking this matter to court, and police are investigating if what the contractor did was a criminal or civil matter.

Who do you think was in the wrong here?

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