Construction issues in California are common, and to prevent disruptions or financial loss, it is important that construction companies and contractors have the proper protections against liability. When a company says it is bonded, licensed and insured, this shows they have gone through the regulatory hoops. This also makes them more credible, especially for larger projects.
When moving into a new home, you expect everything to work as intended. While this may happen, it's possible that you will run into a few problems soon after taking up residence.
Home buyers in California may think that a home inspection is optional when buying a house. While this is true, the experts strongly warn against skipping this step. While potential homeowners may think it is not worth spending the money, it can save lots of money and headaches later on if they discover a defect or problem after finalization of the sale.
Construction projects in California can entail intricate designs on a huge scale. They may encompass several acres of land and employ hundreds of people. Large jobs can take years to complete and use significant capital. Disputes can impact the total cost and whether you, as the owner, complete the undertaking. At Castro & Associates, we specialize in contract disputes involving complex residential and commercial construction.