The sub-contractor did a horrible job on the concrete - it is unlevel, cracks, and water pools to back and in corners rather than go to the drains. Sub-contractor refused to be accountable and do repair. James Kidder was unable to hold his sub-contractor accountable. The legal-ness of their agreement (whether they had a contract) is unknown. I started a lawsuit against Kidder, he was the general contractor, after he was ALSO unwilling to be responsible and showed he was ABSOLUTELY UNWILLING to take responsibility for the work he did on my property. Due to technical aspects of contract law, we settled the case. Attorney advised that I would be a protracted legal battle with appeals, etc. and not worth the cost. I was paid the amount of the partial payment I gave Kidder for the concrete. (Originally, I withheld full payment knowing the repair work will need to be done.) Financially, I am where I started. But, now I have bad concrete that doesn't handle water properly, and in our Western NY winters, that's not good for long life. New expense will be coming, and soon. Short of it, Kidder was invited to my home to do work. It was work he refused to stand by and be a standup guy and do the necessary, decent, thing and get the repair done. Instead we had to go to court. Buyer beware!