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How to get paid for your work on a construction project

You and your team, as well as subcontractors you hired, worked hard on the project you completed for your client. You did everything in your power to get the project done on time, and you made sure that it was completed to the highest standards.

Certain building issues can lead to a construction dispute

When planning a construction project in North Carolina and throughout the United States, the obvious goal is to have it completed as planned. Unfortunately, there are often challenges that come up during and after the project. This can lead to a construction dispute and potential litigation. Understanding common construction defects that can warrant a legal filing is important.

What contractors should know about subcontractor insurance

It isn't uncommon for subcontractors to be used on residential and commercial building projects in North Carolina. While using subcontractors may be an effective way to get a job done in a timely manner, it could introduce additional layers of risk to the general contractor. However, it can be possible for contractors to transfer that risk to the subcontractor. This can be done through the use of indemnity provisions that require the subcontractor to assume liability for any damages it causes.

Strategies to resolve legal issues with a construction project

Construction projects can be complicated. For North Carolina residents and businesses who hire a contractor or construction company, a disagreement can be costly and time-consuming. Regardless of whether it is the contractor or the property owner who needs legal help, it is important to understand how these problems come about and what can be done to settle them.

Why structures aren't always built properly

Construction defects could make it difficult or impossible to live or work in a North Carolina building. Defects can be the result of design errors, the use of inferior materials, or a failure to take environmental factors into account. For example, if a roof is not designed or installed properly, it could result in water getting into the home. If the roof uses defective shingles, it may also be at a higher risk of letting water get into the home.

Toxic mold and environmental problems in North Carolina

Toxic mold and other environmental issues can cause serious health problems when they are present in buildings. These types of problems can arise during construction when poor construction allows moisture to leak inside of the buildings. If your property has toxic mold, it can endanger your health and cause you to lose thousands of dollars.

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