We signed a contract for a roof, but have become uncomfortable with how they handled a friend's roof job. No work has been done and no materials have been delivered. Can we simply send a letter declining to work with them?
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You may be able to cancel your contract, but you may owe restocking fes for materials that were purhcased specifically for your job.
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