A verbal and email agreement was made between myself (client) and Floor Spring Designz (contractor) regarding a construction start date for the installation of new floors. In addition, an invoice provided by Floor Spring Designz stating the description of work to be completed and the price for such work to be completed was signed, scanned and sent to Floor Spring Designz by myself.
Four days prior to the scheduled start date, I contacted Floor Spring Designz to confirm the agreed upon start date. At the time of contact, I was informed by Floor Spring Designz that the previously agreed upon start date was potentially no longer available. I informed Floor Spring Designz that arrangements had been made by both me and my wife to be available on the previously agreed upon dates and would have appreciated notification from Floor Spring Designz of the potential unavailability prior to 4 days out. I then asked Floor Spring Designz what the chances were that the date would have to be changed and Floor Spring Designz informed me that the requested information was not available at this time because there are bigger jobs that measure anywhere from 2000 to 3000 square feet that are more important and that the agreed upon price was not going to pay Floor Spring Designz bills. I responded by asking Floor Spring Designz why I was being treated different from other clients, and Floor Spring Designz informed me again that the previously agreed upon price for the work described in the invoice provided by Floor Spring Designz was not going to pay the bills. I asked Floor Spring Designz again why I was not being treated like other clients. Floor Spring Designz at that time informed me that they are too busy to deal with this and will not be able to complete the previously agreed upon work.