We agreed to take on a renovation project for a national property management company in California, the project is in our home state of New York. The project had a scope of work with one price to do it all. The property changed hand due the renovation and we were ask to stop work. There are items that are not quit completed and the are trying to tell us they are only going to pay so much and we do not agree with the suggested amount and they are also stating the there is poor workmanship. We where on the project for a couple months with no inspection. We are not sure how to handle this but we have always done good work. There was a change order that we gave them for work that needed to be done for the home to qualify for loan like FHA etc. Some of the work that needed to be done was work that we did not complete due to the change order. Example: We did not paint 3 ceiling due to buckling drywall and the change order was to replace the ceiling, 5 interior doors needed replaced due to condition which was on change order so we did not paint them. there was a couple more items like these example. so now that they decided not to move forward we are out. Th project was ok with the whole price but now with all the missing item it was a loss to use. If we would have known we would have never taken on the project.