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Five Signs That Your Contractor Doesn't Have Enough Experience - If you really don't care what your new home will look like or how your home remodeling projects turn out, don't bother reading this article.

Two Things Homeowners Should Avoid Asking Contractors - This doesn't apply to every contractor, but there are some unscrupulous ones out there that will take advantage of every opportunity if you let them. Here's a couple of things that homeowners should avoid saying to contractors at all costs.

Remodeling Nightmare - My Contractor Isn't on Schedule - One of the biggest problems in the construction industry is the construction schedule. Sometimes contractors make tight or hard to meet schedules just to get the job and this can create problems between them and the homeowners.

Good Questions to Ask Your General Contractor - Here's some questions that I recommend every homeowner ask their general contractor. These questions will often save you a lot of grief and frustration. Use these questions if you're building a new home are remodeling an old one.

Construction Referrals for Home Improvement Contractors - One of the best ways to find a home improvement contractor is through your friends. You can ask anyone that you trust, for the name of a good home improvement contractor and find out if they were happy with the work that these contractors did on their home. There's a good chance that you will also be happy using them.

Contractor Testimonials Are a Joke - If you were to visit my website, you would find testimonials from clients that I have worked for in the past. This is just another way of selling yourself to the public and you will rarely find a contractor who doesn't have testimonials on his website or with them at all times.

Use Your Contractor to Your Advantage - I don't mean to take advantage of your contractor, but homeowners need to have answers to serious questions and most reliable contractors can provide these answers. So ask your contractor questions and take advantage of his or her experience.

Honest Contractors Are Scary - I've been working in the construction business for a long time and when I tell someone that I am a contractor, they often get a look on their face that tells me I'm not in a good business. Some people are a little more polite than others, but I often run into people who have hired contractors, only to find themselves amidst plenty of problems that they never even thought of or imagined were going to happen.

Keys to Solving Building Contractor Problems - Nobody in the construction business or anyone else wants to have problems, but they happen and the best thing that we can do is be prepared for them. Whether you're building a new home, remodeling an old one or simply using a contractor for simple home repairs, you need to prepare yourself for problems and anything else that could go wrong while a contractor is working on your home.

Why Doesn't My Contractor Show up When They Say They Will? - Well there could be quite a few things going on in your contractor's life, but most of the time, they are simply too busy to handle the work load that has been placed upon them.

Never Hire a Contractor That's Too Busy - A lot of people think that a contractor that's too busy, must be a good contractor. I'm not going to argue with that and I would even agree to that last statement. A busy contractor, is either going to be one of two things. He's either going to be one of the cheapest contractors in the area, or he's going to be one of the best.


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