My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Florida
I recently hired a company to renovate my kitchen with new cabinets and countertops. After installation, I noticed damage to the counters and had the company return to fix it. They only made the problem worse and then stopped returning my calls. With no other option, I filed a credit card chargeback against them. My bank has completed their investigation and refunded my money but has said the company can respond and possibly ask for the materials back. Removing them will cause a LOT of damage to my kitchen including the backsplash, floors, and drywall which I all just has redone. Do I have to allow them to take them back if doing so will cause more damage to my kitchen?