Alvis Sprague and Sarah Crawford, the operators of A-S Contracting have been ordered to pay $52,501 in restitution to consumers and another $50,150 in penalties. The pair is also banned from working in the home improvement contracting business in New York State.

Attorney General Underwood announced a win Monday for consumers defrauded by the Finger Lakes-based contracting business A-S Contracting.

Alvis Sprague and Sarah Crawford, the operators of the home improvement business, have been ordered by the Monroe County Supreme Court to pay $52,501 in restitution to consumers and another $50,150 in penalties.

Both Sprague and Crawford are banned from working in the home improvement contracting business in New York State.

Between November of 2014 and June of 2018, both Crawford and Sprague repeatedly defrauded consumers- including homeowners in Ontario County by receiving full or partial payments for home improvement projects that were incomplete. If projects were complete, they were done so in an unprofessional manner.

In July, the attorney general filed a lawsuit against the contracting business.

Those who have not already filed a complaint but believe they may have been defrauded by A-S Contracting should call the Rochester Regional Office’s Consumer Helpline at (585) 327-3240 or complete a complaint form online by clicking here.

Complaints must be received on or before Nov. 9.