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Building or renovating a home is both an exciting and stressful time. There are so many decisions to make: paint colors, appliances, wood types… and sometimes overlooked are the important decisions to secure your home and property while it is … Continue reading
Hiring someone to work in your home is a big decision. An employee or contractor working in your home will be around valuables, sensitive information and even family members.
Online review sites, discussion forums and social media can be helpful, but consumers should be careful about trusting online comments before selecting a home improvement contractor or handyman.
It’s difficult to select a contractor for a home improvement or repair project during the best of times, but it is an even more arduous task after a catastrophe. After such an event, the supply of contractors is often stretched, prompting … Continue reading
Approximately one-quarter of household fires occur during renovation and repair projects. This is a sobering statistic, but you can take simple measures to help prevent disaster. Before you hire a contractor, you should verify that the firm is licensed, bonded … Continue reading
It’s difficult to select a contractor for a home improvement or repair project during the best of times, but this is an even more arduous task after a hurricane, wildfire or other catastrophe. After such an event, the supply of contractors … Continue reading