The Contractor you choose to
remodel your house will be carrying a hammer, spending time around your children
and your dog, and have access to your checkbook (in a figurative sense). This
means you need to find a good one that you trust. But finding a qualified home
improvement Contractor is easier said than done. It's critical that you make the
right decision. A wrong decision will cost you considerably more than lost money.
How do you begin? The
best place to start is often in your own neighborhood and within your own circle
of friends. Ask people you know who have had recent remodeling projects who they
used and if they were satisfied. Referrals from friends, neighbors and business
colleagues are the best way to find a remodeling Contractor. If you've applied
for a home improvement loan your lender may have a list of contractors they believe
to be reputable, who may be added to your list of prospects.
you don't use a neutral third party to screen a prospective contractor's reputation
and performance history, here are some of the questions you should definitely
ask any remodeler you interview.
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