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How a Damaged Roof can Affect a Real Estate Transaction

So, you’re selling your home! First of all, congratulations! Hopefully, you are moving onto something better for you and your family, whatever that may be. Second, have you checked out your roof lately and do you know the condition it’s in?  This may not be something you’ve even thought about – most homeowners don’t. Maybe …

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Why Restoration & Construction Companies Use Subcontractors

If you are in the construction or restoration industry, it isn’t uncommon (rather, it’s quite smart) to know about a few local companies that specialize and possess years of expertise and experience in a particular trade or piece of the construction puzzle. For example, general contractors typically have relationships with three or more subcontractors – …

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Is it Illegal for a Contractor to Cover My Deductible?

After you’ve had a fire or hail incident in your home, you’ll find yourself looking for a contractor to do the repairs. There are some phrases you might hear about  “We’ll waive your insurance deductible.” “Don’t worry. We pay your deductible.” Contractors claim all the time that they’ll absorb your insurance deductible. It sounds great, …

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Things Property Managers Need to Know Before Choosing a Commercial Contractor

Hiring a commercial contractor when you manage property is an important part of the job. Commercial contractors are needed for many types of repairs, any new construction, or any renovations a property may need. Picking out the right contractor is key to making sure the work is done right the first time. Here are some …

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