Whether you’re renovating the entire house, updating your kitchen or installing a new home cinema, here are three things you’ll want to do before you get started.
Your project may seem quick and easy, but before you get started, make sure you’ve gone through the details:
One of the best ways to find a contractor you can trust is to ask friends or family for recommendations.
If you’re not sure the contractor is the right one for your job, ask questions:
Always make sure you understand and are comfortable with the remodeling contract provided by your contractor before you proceed with the project. You may even want to have a solicitor/lawyer look it over, to make sure it is clear and covers what you need. For example, make sure your contract does not contain a section on “waiving your right to subrogation.” If the contractor is negligent, and you had signed a waiver like this, you couldn’t recover your losses from a third party if you needed to take legal action against them.
Here’s what a contract should include (at a minimum):
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