6 edition of Tips & Traps for Hiring a Contractor (Tips & Traps) found in the catalog.
April 6, 2005
by McGraw-Hill Professional
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Tips & traps for hiring a contractor. [R Dodge Woodson] -- Information for selecting, choosing, andworking with a contractor. This book includes sample checklists, forms, and contracts. It features highlighted tips and Read more Reviews.
User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for. Because it requires so much research and pre-planning, it can be overwhelming, intimidating or just plain frustrating for anyone to face the task of hiring a contractor. This guide takes the guesswork out of this undertaking for you by providing step-by-step information for finding a contractor that will make your home renovation dreams come true.
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Finding the right skilled help for a home update or repair project requires more than just opening the phone book or surfing the Internet. Unfortunately, there are lots of bogus home repair contractors who will take your money and run.
Here's the homework you need to do when hiring someone to work on your home. Make a list of what you need done. Finding a Contractor. Depending on how big or complex a project is, you might hire a: general contractor, who manages all aspects of a project, including hiring and supervising subcontractors, getting building permits, and scheduling inspections; specialty contractor, who installs particular products like cabinets and bathroom fixtures; architect, who designs homes, additions, and.
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If you are going to hire a contractor, make sure you ask for references and a written contract. You should also ensure they are licensed; use The City’s search tool to verify a licensed trade. “There are many tricks of the trade and pitfalls that can be avoided that are explained in the book,” says Barnett.
For example, Barnett covers one of the most common traps: the non-solicitation clause. Everybody in business at one point in time will be handed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) and asked to sign and send it back. Page 2 of 5 Tips on Hiring a Contractor or Remodeler – Compliments of Arnold Lumber Company Tips on Hiring a Contractor or Remodeler.
Develop a list of names of potential builders. A good source of names include the following: Family, friends, and neighbors who have had work done. Call the insurance agent to confirm that the contractor’s premiums are paid up and the policy is in force. 5. Conduct interviews. Sit down for a half-hour or more with each contractor you are considering.
Talk over the job, and ask each contractor to outline expectations. Ask the contractor to outline his or her credentials and : Marilyn Lewis.Check out Part 1: Planning Your Home Renovation, to find inspiration and read must-know renovation strategy tips.
Talk with Your Contractor About Your Project List. Selecting a contractor may require you to take a second look at your planned renovations, especially if your budget proves to be a constraint.In cases like these, the results are usually disastrous.
Don’t choose the wrong contractor. Here are a few tips to help you hire a quality contractor for your project. 1. Make sure your contractor has an office. This may sound like a funny tip, but it is very important. Many scam artists will drive around the country getting work as a contractor.