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Contractor Due Dliigence


When it comes to hiring a contractor for your renovation project, it's important to do your due diligence to ensure that you don't end up with an unethical contractor. Here are some tips to help you avoid hiring an unethical contractor:

  1. Research the contractor: Do a background check on the contractor before hiring them. Look for reviews from previous customers, check their ratings on sites like the Better Business Bureau, and check if they have any legal or disciplinary actions against them.

  2. Ask for references: Ask the contractor to provide you with references from their previous clients. Contact these references and ask them about their experience with the contractor.

  3. Get everything in writing: Make sure that you get a detailed written contract that outlines all of the work to be done, the timeline, and the payment terms. This will protect you in case there are any disputes later on.

  4. Don't pay upfront: Avoid paying the full amount upfront. Instead, agree on a payment schedule that is based on the completion of specific milestones.

  5. Verify their credentials: Check to see if the contractor is licensed, bonded, and insured. This will give you peace of mind that they are qualified and that you are protected in case something goes wrong.

  6. Trust your instincts: If something seems too good to be true or if you have a bad feeling about a contractor, trust your instincts and look for another contractor.

By taking these steps, you can help ensure that you hire an ethical and reliable contractor for your renovation project.


Contractor Due Dliigence

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