If the seller does not complete all agreed upon inspection repairs and causes a cosmetic eyesore in the process, what is my recourse?

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Seller said all issues were repaired last week. I walked through and discovered most had no in fact been done. One was a major gas leak. The contractor basically faked the repair. The gas company came out and said it was leaking dangerously. They also added missing ductwork as requested, but cut a hole in the gorgeous travertine tile floor right in the workspace in the kitchen floor. It could have been placed in the kickplate and not have resulted in an eyesore. They've added some type of apparatus to the tile floor in the bathroom that is unsightly.

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