Sandy Victims Say They're Being Scammed By ContractorsSome Breezy Point residents say they're being ripped off by the people they hired to help them rebuild.
Mangano: 61 Contractors Arrested For Working Without Licenses"We had one contractor who was knocking on doors collecting money to do Sandy recovery work. He would do a little bit of the work and then move on," County Consumer Affairs Commissioner Madalyn Farley said.
State Investigating Some Nassau County Offices Over Sandy Clean-Up EffortsThe probe will look into how Sandy contracts were awarded and how contractors performed.
NJ TRANSIT Approves $17 Million To Continue Post-Sandy RepairsNJ TRANSIT on Wednesday approved $17 million in contracts for companies that are already involved in post-Superstorm Sandy repair work.
Ask Asa: When Home Construction Goes WrongNavigating through the process of home construction can be a daunting task. While consumers do have rights, there are also ways for contractors to seek recourse when things go wrong.
Ask Asa: Avoiding Home Contracting ScamsEvery spring roving repair contractors show up at doors in the tri-state area. The offer roof and chimney repairs, among other pieces of handiwork. But the "repairs" are often short-lived and over-priced, costing the consumer even more to repair again down the road.