Mold story left him wondering |

Mold story left him wondering

Brian WrayMountain Log Homes of ColoradoDillon

I was very angry when I first read your article on the mold house the day before the election.I felt that this article was one sided and was an endoresement for Amendment 34 (building defects). The amendment lost.The article said “the couple hoped to receive their money back,” but House Bill 1161 would only allow for “the cost of the repairs.” As it should be! Any time there is a product or service not delivered as expected or promised, the first recourse should always be to rectify the problem. Should a contractor not correct a problem in a reasonable time framem the courts are still an option under the current law.As a 30-year builder and lifetime resident of the High Country this article left me wondering..

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