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#1864 - 06/20/04 04:27 AM Mosher Construction
fmicheli Offline
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Registered: 06/18/04
Posts: 1
Loc: harrisburg, NC, USA
Mosher Construction was hired to enclose our porch to make a sunroom.
We were told the job would take 1-2 weeks. It took 7 weeks.
We feel our best interest were not taken into account by Mosher Construction when they specified the windows for the job. They installed double pane glass WITHOUT argon gas. Mosher Construction knew from the beginning of our concerns about insulation of the room. The drywall they installed is not flat, smooth or even.
We were told that the permit would be $200.00 when in fact it was $25.00. We also have not received as of this writing, the warranty info for the windows.
We feel we were taken advantaged of, and this is a clear case of "buyer beware". We also asked for a list of references after he started the work, and Mosher Construction has refused to supply that info.
This job has been PAID IN FULL

Fred Micheli
Fred Micheli

#4244 - 04/21/10 06:35 PM Re: Mosher Construction [Re: fmicheli]
applestoapples Offline

Registered: 04/21/10
Posts: 9
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#4312 - 07/23/10 09:58 AM Re: Mosher Construction [Re: applestoapples]
Marcusremodeling Offline

Registered: 07/23/10
Posts: 6
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
If you were not happy with the work why would you have paid? One thing you could try to do is document all the work then take them to court.

Sometimes filing complaints with your Attorney General is the way to go.
Pittsburgh general contractor