Department: Board of County Commissioners
Release Date: Jan 7, 2013
Suzanne Bassinger, Recovery Manager, 970-498-7148, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deni La Rue, Community Information Manager, (970) 498-7150
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1. Posted by: DaveArea51BurnedOut on Jan 8, 2013 2:38 PM
However, we're having the same problem we originally had in rebuilding. Originally, we had no end of problems getting the trade industries - subs - to perform as required and contracted. That was in Paradise Park where we moved into the house in 1997. We're having similar problems with the (lazy) trade industries in even getting the new home going south of Carter Lake (new property). Any suggestions in dealing with lazy and unresponsive subs??? Any suggestions would be welcome.
Dave E. Ex-Paradise Park Resident
2. Posted by: DeniLaRueCIM on Jan 10, 2013 1:50 PM
A list of licensed contractors in the county can be found at http://www.larimer.org/building/contractor_search.cfm
If the subcontractors are themselves licensed, a homeowner can file a complaint with the Building Department, if the complaint rises to a level such as failure to pull a permit when required, working beyond the scope of a permit, getting a permit through providing false information, etc.
For less critical issues such as slow response time, poor workmanship or failure to meet contractual obligations, working through the Better Business Bureau, the Homebuilders Association of Northern Colorado or its Remodelers Council, might be the best course of action. Contact Eric Fried, Chief Bldg. Official, email@example.com