January 07, 2019
How do you know if you’ve received a good home renovation estimate? Looking at price alone can blind you to some of the telltale signs of a bad deal.
That’s why we’ve talked with the experts and compiled three checklists to help you evaluate your estimate with eyes wide-open.
The above tips are standard for qualified and reputable contractors. If you meet with any resistance, consider walking away as your vendor may not have the knowledge or skills to do the job well.
Now that you know what to include in your contract and what to look out for, how do you find the right person for the job?
Keep the above lists as a reference for evaluating your next home renovation estimate. Preparation is key to realizing the remodel and making the most of your hard-earned money.
If you need assistance funding your renovation, a Hometap Investment can help. Tap into your home’s equity without interest or monthly payments. Learn more here.
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