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Insulation Job Started In 2012, Finally Finished

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An Upstate homeowner says an insulation job left incomplete over a year ago is now finally finished.

Mike Rosero hired Home Energy, LLC out of Florida to install insulation throughout his attic. The company was in the Upstate area promoting its product in fall of 2012. At the time, Mike paid Home Energy $2,800 to have the insulation installed.

Several months later, Mike noticed that part of his attic was left uncovered. He said the company told him they would send him the remaining material and finish the job.

When a couple months went by with no action, Mike called 7 On Your Side for help. The company's CEO told us he would send the insulation to Mike immediately. And a few days after our story aired on August 22nd, that insulation arrived.

The CEO also told us he wouldn't be able to get a crew back to South Carolina to finish the job for several months.

Mike says the crew finally arrived and have now finished what they started.

Before you hire someone to work in your home, make sure you check out the contractor or company with your state's department of labor. For the SC Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, click here.

You can also check with the Better Business Bureau.

Be sure to get the deal in writing before the work starts. And once they're finished, inspect the job yourself before signing off on any final paperwork.

The original story aired August 22, 2013:
http://www.wspa.com/story/23232266/upstate-man-says-insulation-job-left-incomplete




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