Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Warranty Without Full Payment?

As a general contractor handyman, we work with a host of sub-contractors, and all expect to be paid weekly or according to their contract.  Why is it that customers think they can withhold large amounts of money from their contract and still receive warranty work without payment?

If you buy a car and do not pay the down payment and have your finance company pay the remaining balance to the car dealer, do you think the manufacturer will warranty the car?  NO, and in fact, you will never drive the car off the lot and if you do not pay the payments, the finance company will repossess it.

In our business, we provide labor and materials and the customer provides payment for that labor and materials.

The rub comes when the customer is completely unreasonable and thinks he or she can continue to request warranty of work completed without full payment for that work...

We have a simple philosophy, No payment...; No work... No Warranty... No Exceptions!!!

In fact, we post our 180 day warranty on our web site at www.onecallcorp.com/warranty.html.

If you have any questions please email us at sales@onecallhomehandyman.com or go to our site at http://www.onecallhomehandyman.com/woodwindow.html for more information.  You can also contact us by phone at (832) 800-4441.

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