A Rosemount contractor had its license revoked by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry last week after several complaints were filed against the company.
New Creations, owned by Steve Tuttle, had 10 complaints filed against it, according to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota, giving it an F-rating from the nonprofit business watchdog group.
IGWT Remodeling and Construction, dba as New Creations, had its license revoked March 23.
The BBB said recent attempts to reach the business were unsuccessful as mail was returned, the company’s primary phone was disconnected and emails were met with no reply.
The BBB reported that New Creations did not respond to three of the complaints filed against it and one was unresolved.
New Creations started in April 2002, according to the BBB. A file on the company was opened in February 2008.
The complaints included project delays, incomplete work, difficulty in contacting or getting the business to respond to emails or phone calls, and difficulty in getting money refunded for incomplete work.
New Creations has an estimated $142,000 in judgments filed against it in Minnesota courts, according to state court records. The latest in November 2016 was for $125,626.