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We received permits for the house on April 28, 2016 and as per the contract began work May 4th with the asbestos remediation and prep for the lift.  The house was scheduled to be lifted May 17, 2016, the house lifter Ducky [redacted] did not show up until two days later and gave no notice to...

us that they would not be there until we contacted them. After the lift was completed on May 19th it was apparent that the house was not rigged properly and had to be re-rigged due to the cribbing being close to where we needed to remove existing and dig new footings. We waited until June 21, 2016 for Ducky [redacted] to correct the cribbing placement.  We were back on site a week later to remove the existing foundation and prep for the helical piles.  On July 21, 2016 Shore Helicals began installation of the helical piles.   Upon installation of the piles we began the footings for the new foundation and scheduled the appropriate inspections.  At that time, we were waiting 3 to 5 weeks for inspections in Brick.  We had a footing inspection on August 26, 2016, Midpoint inspection October 20, 2016 and Top Of Block approval and Sill Plate Inspections the week of November 15, 2016.  We attempted to schedule the Lowering of the house with Ducky [redacted] prior to Thanksgiving however the [redacted] had an open balance with Ducky [redacted] and they would not lower the house till the balance was paid in full. On 11/17/2016 10:42am via text the house lifter contacted me looking for [redacted] phone number as they were unable to reach her.  ON 11/18/2016 11:29 "37Sevill [redacted] sent check in mail for lowering hope to get it Monday to start Monday afternoon or Tuesday." We tried to lower the house prior to Thanksgiving 2016 but due to Ducky Scheduling issues and the holiday the house was lowered on December 8, 2016.    The delays in construction were waiting 12 weeks for inspections, 4 weeks for the house rigging to be redone, and approximately 1 week for Shore Helicals. There were 119 days lost to delays and this does not include legitimate weather delays. Due to the cribbing placement and site conditions the footings for the back part of the house and carport could not be constructed at the same time as the main foundation and we planned accordingly for this.  We installed temporary supports that would allow us to lower the house and complete the remaining footings and piers.  The [redacted] removed us from the job on December 14, 2016.  The temporary supports we installed were not intended to support the house for more than a week or two and they were still supporting the house in March.  The only work I saw from the street was sheathing on the foundation and partial framing for stairs when we drove by the house in March of 2017. The final invoice sent was for work completed and included the payments made to us as per contract or for actual items paid. (i.e. permits, engineering) I am not sure what items are fraudulent.  Based on the amounts invoiced and actual work completed we owe the [redacted] a refund of $3233.00.  Upon legal advice we sent a release waiver to the [redacted] to sign prior to releasing the funds back to them.  They did not sign the release.Specific Reponses to Customer statement of the Problem:Cannot confirm the damage or attest to the cause.   We removed our tools on the 15th and have not been back on site since 12/15/2016. We installed temporary supports that would allow us to lower the house and complete the remaining footings and piers. The temporary supports we installed were not intended to support the house for more than a week or two and they were still supporting the house in March. There was no work done on the house for over 4 months. The only work I saw from the street was sheathing on the foundation and partial framing for stairs when we drove by the house in March of 2017. I reviewed the invoice and payments with [redacted].  I followed legal advice from my attorney concerning the release sent to the [redacted] removed the cost of the piers and uncompleted work from the invoice.The delays in construction were waiting 12 weeks for inspections, 4 weeks for the house rigging to be redone, and approximately 1 week for Shore Helicals. There were 119 days lost to delays and this does not include legitimate weather delays.  We received permits for the house on April 28, 2016 and as per the contract began work May 4th with the asbestos remediation and prep for the lift.  The house was scheduled to be lifted May 17, 2016 of which Ducky [redacted] did not show up until two days later. After the lift was completed on May 19th it was apparent that the house was not rigged properly and had to be re-rigged due to the cribbing being close to where we needed to remove existing and dig new footings. We waited until June 21, 2016 for Ducky [redacted] to correct the cribbing placement.  We Were back on site a week later to remove the existing foundation and prep for the helical piles.  On July 21, 2016 Shore Helicals began installation of the helical piles.  Upon installation of the piles we began the footings for the new foundation and scheduled the appropriate inspections.  At that time, we were waiting 3 to 5 weeks for inspections in Brick.  We had a footing inspection on August 26, 2016, Midpoint inspection October 20, 2016 and Top of Block approval and Sill Plate Inspections the week of November 15, 2016.  We attempted to schedule the Lowering of the house with Ducky [redacted] prior to Thanksgiving but due to Ducky Scheduling issues and the holiday the house was lowered on December 8, 2016.  The rear piers would have been built “from scratch” regardless of who did the work. The piers were designed to be CMU piers not poured masonry and built by hand.The delays in construction were waiting 12 weeks for inspections, 4 weeks for the house rigging to be redone, and approximately 1 week for Shore Helicals. There were 119 days lost to delays and this does not include legitimate weather delays.  I do not know why the [redacted] are not back in their home as we have not worked on the project since 12/14/2016 and I do not have enough information to determine why the project has not moved forward.I cannot attest to the reasons for Mrs. [redacted] poor health. We did not steal from the [redacted]. Installment payments were as per contract and due at milestones stated in contract. Clients were invoiced properly, and all errors were corrected.  The final invoice was agreed upon by [redacted]. Payments were requested as per contract.  At no time did we threaten to stop work or leave if not paid.  We even accepted two $7500.00 payments as the [redacted] did not have the full amount when permits were issued. The second payment was made 2 months later than the first.  At no time did we walk off the job due to no payment or late payment.No response.

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