About to take on a home remodeling project? To prevent a possible problem, check out the following tips offered by the DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen company:
Before hiring a contractor, ask for a free consultation.
Establish a budget, and discuss it with your contractor.
Get dependable referrals from friends and past customers, checking for feedback. Look at examples of the contractor's past remodeling jobs. Make inquiries about the contractor with government Consumer Affairs Office and the Better Business Bureau.
Check to see the contractor's certificate of insurance. In most states, contractors must carry workers' compensation, property damage and personal liability insurance.
A signed contract between you and your remodeler should include expected start and completion dates, materials to be used and an itemized list of work that the contractor will and will not do.
Check out the completed job with your remodeler. Point out anything that does not meet with your satisfaction.
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