If you’re about to start a new business, you are probably feeling financial stress and pinching every penny. It takes money to get a business off the ground, and that requires some hard choices about what are considered necessities vs. luxuries.
Anyone who has worked in the construction industry for any length of time knows that the original plans can function more as a guideline than a final blueprint. Items that look good on paper but won't work well in reality, property owners who want to make changes after seeing the project moving forward, and other issues often arise that necessitate a change that could delay a project and conflict with the original contract.
Regardless of why you hired a contractor, you likely have certain expectations. You probably plan to have the work completed by the date you agreed on, receive the materials you chose and trust that your contractor will perform the work according to manufacturer specifications.