You Are Thinking About A Home Improvement Project
When a project is doing properly it can make your home more enjoyable and prove to be a valuable investment. Unfortunately, we've all heard horror stories about home improvement projects gone bad. Problems with longer-than-expected installation, final bills that come in higher than the quote, and shoddy workmanship, sadly, are commonplace. We were shocked and embarrassed to find out that, according to the Better Business Bureau statistics, home improvement contractors are in the top 1% most complained about industries. They are right up there with auto repair and airlines.
Industry Standards Weren't Tough Enough
We Wanted to find a way to educate consumers about how to choose a good, honest home improvement contractor. The Industry standards simply aren't tough enough; just about anybody with a hammer and a pickup truck can be a contractor. That's why we've pioneered a set of standards called the Code of Ethics & Competency for Contractors. The code calls for contractors to uphold a high set of standards that will allow you to judge before hand whether or not a contractor is likely to do the job right. This guide specifies those standards.
Before you hire any company to work in or around your home, make sure you consult this guide and insist that the company comply with every single standard in this book. if you do, chances are excellent you'll get exactly what you want your project.
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