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Construction delays cost money, but you may not be able to get that money back from the person who caused the delay. That's because not every delay is also a breach of contract. For example, suppose the drywall sub finishes hanging and taping the rock a week late. Because of the delay, you had to pay to store some cabinets that you otherwise would have stored on site. This extra cost does not necessarily mean, however, that the sub has breached his contract. If the contract simply called for drywall installation with no specific time frame, the drywall sub has fulfilled his part of the bargain. Even if the delay was a breach of that contract,