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TOP HOMEOWNERS AVOID
THESE 2 HIRING MISTAKES
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In every neighborhood there are those who occasionally use contractors for special projects. Notwithstanding the fact that among some there are regulars who attend to the lawn and garden. Even some for ground-level snow removal wherever, whenever applicable.
Another commonality in the neighborhood: diversity of approach. Everyone does not have contractors to regularly attend to our lawns and gardens - or home cleaning. Some are hardcore do-it-yourself. Normally that is more a matter of choice - or necessity. It may be important to note also whether we are financially more stable or among the least, we occasionally require individuals more skilled than we for special projects i.e., appliances, driveway repave, window replacement, etc.
Typically, it is in the area of our special home projects or those which are outside our personal norm, where we face the greatest challenges. This is particularly so when it comes to our personal standards for hiring required contractor assistance. Neighbors with the highest standards for deciding wisely in this regard, evidently avoid making hiring mistakes most others do. Subsequently, it is not unfair to honor these among us as top homeowners in the related decision-making process.
In this guide, we encompass 2 leading mistakes top home owners usually avoid in resident-contractor relations. Although the first mistake mentioned i.e. Mistake 1, is shared once in its respective sub-heading in this guide, the second, Mistake 2, is subdivided into 3 sections, ‘A,’ ‘B,’ and ‘C.’ " END OF EXCEPT
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