Many thanks for your patience. When the company was formed and the status of its accounts will not really have any impact on your rights here, which would be based on the contractual agreement you had with them and the works that are due to be carried out.
As far as your legal position is concerned, when you have entered into a contract for work and materials, where the main focus is labour and skill, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 says that the work must be:
• Carried out with reasonable care and skill (to the same standard as any reasonably competent person in that trade or profession);
• Finished within a reasonable time (unless a specific time has been agreed); and
• Provided at a reasonable price (unless a specific price has been agreed).
In addition, any information said or written is binding where the consumer relies on it. This will include quotations and any promises about timescales or about the results to be achieved.
Whilst you cannot force the company to do the work in question, you can either pursue them for a refund of the amounts paid or for the costs you may have to incur to get someone else to complete the work.
This is your basic legal position. I have more detailed advice for you in terms of the steps you need to follow should the company not complete the work and you need to pursue them for compensation, which I wish to discuss so please take a second to leave a positive rating for the service so far (by selecting 3, 4 or 5 stars) and I can continue with that and answer any further questions you may have. Don’t worry, there is no extra cost and leaving a rating will not close the question and we can continue this discussion. Thank you