Jun 10, 2013
Anyone who's ever done a home improvement project understands the perils of dealing with contractors. You enter into an agreement in good faith and pretty soon you find out that your contractor isn't living up to your expectations. Sometimes it's because they're unethical and others it's because they're incompetent. But once you've hired them, it's too late. Therefore, the key is to avoid problems in the first place. You can't simply rely upon referrals and recommendations. You've got to do more due diligence and research. Martin explains how's all done.
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