What is the difference between a handyman vs contractor?
Well, maybe nothing. But usually, generally, you think of a contractor as more of a general contractor. If you are building a new construction home, you’d have a general contractor overseeing a lot of other contractors that we would call subcontractors. Those would also be contractors. Usually a handyman comes in in the situation where, “I need to have some unlicensed work done,” or maybe, “I just need to paint a room or repair a piece of sheetrock”. Something that is less invasive that probably requires no permits to be pulled. It’s probably a less valuable type of work. A project that if we don’t have a contract or we don’t have insurance or permits it’s not such a problem.
Call 303-688-0944 to schedule your consultation with one of Robinson & Henry’s Colorado Litigation Attorneys
More Q&As on This Topic:
- What is the difference between a handyman vs contractor?
- What are some common issues that lead to contractor lawsuits?
- What is the difference between a material and a non-material breach of contract?
- Can I sue my contractor for unreasonable delays?
- Could I be liable if my contractor doesn’t pull the right permits?
- What happens if I hire an unlicensed contractor?
- What is a mechanic’s lien?
- What is the statute of limitations for filing a suit against a contractor?
- What if my contractor filed a mechanic’s lien but did bad work?
- How do I get rid of my contractor if they aren’t meeting my expectations?
- What are my legal options if my contractor never completed the work on my home?