Although many homeowners take on small renovation projects themselves, they often hire contractors to work on larger projects, including kitchen or bathroom overhauls and home additions. Regardless of the project, finding the right person for the job can be a challenge. This month, I have tips to help you hire the right contractor for your next home renovation project. In addition to offering tips intended to help you narrow down your list of contractors, the piece also provides several questions to ask the contractors you’re considering as well as the crucial details that should be included on the agreement with your selected contractor. Although the piece focuses on hiring a contractor, the tips provide a basic outline of things to consider if you’re hiring any type of building professional or tradesperson for a home project.
If you’re considering a home renovation, give me a call. I can refer you to reputable contractors and tradespeople in our local area or advise you on renovations that may increase your home’s value.
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See why the Stapleton neighborhood is thriving in 5280’s new guide. http://www.5280.com/digital/2016/11/5280-neighborhood-guide-stapleton
Thinking about renovating? Consider these ideas, which all provide a great return on investment. http://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/best-home-improvements-to-make/?cid=soc_2017editorial_20161109_67676486&adbid=10154811509017871&adbpl=fb&adbpr=35368227870