HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The state attorney general’s office has filed lawsuits against two central Pennsylvania home improvement contractors.
Daniel C. Fry, who did business under Fry Asphalt in York, was paid for driveway work he never completed, and in some cases his work was so poor that customers had to hire a second contractor to correct mistakes, according to Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office.
Fry also is accused of doing home improvement work after his state registration lapsed.
In a separate lawsuit filed in Lancaster County, Kelly Waters Lazrovitch, Peter Thomas Lazrovitch and William Lazrovitch are accused of doing business under the fictitious name “All County Asphalt & Seal Coating.”
Prosecutors said the three failed to honor written guarantees, failed to perform services after accepting deposits from consumers, and failed to perform services in a workmanlike manner. They also failed to register their home improvement business with the state.