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Having the ability to write online reviews lets other future customers know how your experience was with them (good or bad) and helps prevent unqualified contractors to take on jobs that they claim they can handle but aren’t. This helps people’s user experience with a lot of background knowledge about a company before hiring them. In Saskatchewan there is no way the government regulates the renovation industry because Saskatchewan’s current approach of “buyer beware” and it is your responsibility
The deputy director of the Consumer Protection Division, Larry Wilson said the province does receive complaints from homeowners about contractors not honouring their agreements, or about a lack of clarity around what work will get done when.
Wilson said his office will sometimes attempt to act as a mediator in disputes but “we can’t, at the end of the day, order (the contractor) to do anything.”
“We can make an order that he comply. But if he doesn’t comply then it takes an order of the court to take further action,” Wilson explained.
Wilson said people who hire contractors in Saskatchewan are responsible to protect themselves.
“If you, of your own free will, contact a contractor, there’s no specific coverage in that respect other than your own due diligence and make sure you’re working with the right person.”