posted on Oct, 30 2013 @ 08:49 PM
reply to post by spartacus699
It's bad business to go back on your deal you made. Unless ofcourse:
1. He quoted you a specific ammount, which ended up being wrong, in that case I would negotiate the end cost.
2.He gave you a bad quote based on information you provided that wasn't detailed enough, again as a professional, that would be his fault for not
doing due diligence and notifying you that costs were rising and his quote was not.
Now if you had specific information, with a specific quote and then YOU subsequently went over budget with requests or modifications etc, then that's
all on you buddy
You can surely find somebody else to complete the project, but it's going to leave a bad taste in your mouth and his just so you know. Even if you
do save a bit of money.
In the end though, if I was him, I'd still ask for 75% since I did 75% of the work.