We built a custom home and closed on it in October 2013. At the time, the general contractor signed the Contractor Affidavit attesting to the fact that he had been paid in full. He had not completed the punch list and so we retained the check for allowance overages until all work was completed. He has just completed the work today. He has come back with a list of "overages" now that he wants to be paid for. He is now charging us for things that he changed during the course of construction that he told us he would not charge for. Our contract states that if there are any cost changes, he had to provide us with a change order with cost change. Since no change orders were ever presented, do we owe for these items?I should add that if he had told us that there would have been added costs associated with the changes that he suggested, we would have said NO! We took his word that these were changes that would be better for the house (he was the "expert") and that they would not cost us anything additional. Contract with him states that he had to provide us with a change order detailing cost increase (or decrease) and be signed by contractor and homeowners. I agree that we owe for our allowance overages but do not feel that we should have to pay for all of these additional items that he is now throwing at us. We also discovered today that he has not been paying all the subs/suppliers even though we have paid him the entire contract amount. It seems he is trying to charge us for "overages" to make up some money that should have already paid to the subs.