One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor

One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor

One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor Our readers might suspect that our answer (as we are General Contractors) would always be yes.  Be surprised.  We believe that there are many projects that you can easily serve...
The evaluation process in selecting a contractor.

The evaluation process in selecting a contractor.

When you have a small job, part of the evaluation process in selecting a contractor involves determining how skilled the contractors workers are that are going to do the work.  If it is the same workers, then it is unusual to find one worker that can do...
General Contractor and Permits.

General Contractor and Permits.

Not only should a General Contractor be helpful if a permit is required as they should know (or be able to easily find out) how building codes will affect your project, but also a General Contractor will be available to meet with the Building Inspector.  While...
General Contractors have experience with Building Codes and dealing with Building Inspectors. 

General Contractors have experience with Building Codes and dealing with Building Inspectors. 

Finally, General Contractors have experience with Building Codes and dealing with Building Inspectors.  This should only be a consideration if your project will involve a Building Permit.  Some communities do not require Building Permits for many trades...

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