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Where Are All the Good Contractors!!

Written by Celise Bealer

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Remember, before hiring any contractor, dorepparttar following:

·Contactrepparttar 135521 Better Business Bureau to find out ifrepparttar 135522 contractor is a member ofrepparttar 135523 bureau. If so, obtain a copy ofrepparttar 135524 bureau’s report. The report contains general information aboutrepparttar 135525 contractor and will inform you whether or notrepparttar 135526 contractor has a satisfactory record withrepparttar 135527 bureau. The report also contains information such asrepparttar 135528 number of complaints, if any,repparttar 135529 contractor received within a determined period of time (usually 36 months).

·Askrepparttar 135530 contractor to provide references and pictures (if applicable) of his or her completed work from previous jobs.

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·Try to obtain a minimum of 3 price quotes forrepparttar 135532 job to be performed.

After you have selected a contractor for your project, be sure to PUT EVERYTHING IN WRITING! This can save you downrepparttar 135533 road inrepparttar 135534 event that something becomes a disputable issue in court. Your contract should include a detailed description ofrepparttar 135535 work to be performed; materials that will be used; timeframes (dates) forrepparttar 135536 progression and completion ofrepparttar 135537 project; a cost breakdown forrepparttar 135538 project and payment information. Penalty clauses should also be included for any breach ofrepparttar 135539 contract by either party. The contract should be signed and dated.

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