I contracted Carpenters of Georgetown to complete a renovation project in my home. He indicated he was licensed and turned out he was not licensed and did not get permits to do the renovations. In two months, Mr. Nashville Lloyd Peart manage to: ruin tiling work by grouting with bright white grout instead of mahogany brown grout and attempting to cover it up, ruin my hardwood floors by placing wood planks horizontally and vertically in the dining room, ruin the electricity polarization on the first floor to the point that it had to be rewired, destroy my furniture, fail to properly wire a heating system which caused a fire hazard, destroy the hot water heater and HVAC ventilation system endangering my life with hazardous carbon monoxide, leave live wires hanging from the ceiling and walls throughout the home and left the electrical box a mess. He took the house key, appliances he did not pay for. He left trash all around the outside of the house and a washer and dryer outside that did not belong to me. He ensured me that I would be able to stay in my home during the renovations, but instead, I was forced to stay in hotel for 10 days because he left my home in an inhabitable condition without hot water, gas and air conditioning. Mr. Peart wrote the contract indicating he was going to move the gas, water and sewage connections and install beams, but he did neither and charged me for work he did not complete. He changed the architectural plans and refused to finish work. When I informed Mr. Peart of his short falls, he decided to keep the $22,000 I paid him in advance and abandon the contract by not coming back. Mr. Peart constantly sent harassing and threatening emails and text messages demanding more money. He went to my place of employment and filed a formal complaint. I sent Mr. Peart an email indicating what needed to be done and fixed to get the remaining funds. Mr. Peart, instead stated that he rather not come back. I had to hire an attorney to sue; I won a judgement against Mr. Peart for over $23,800.