@Nelcol L Philip start over with a new contractor. Its hard if you are from out of state. I flip 2-4 homes a month, live here in Pittsburgh and manage my own projects. I have good contacts and 25 years experience and its still very hard for me to keep everything moving and staying on budget. For you its 10 times harder so just take it one step at a time and micromanage the hell out of the rest of this project.
@Nelcol L Philip if he's a licensed contractor you should be able to turn him in to the licensing bureau in PA. You can also file a claim against him in Small Claims Court.
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