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How Do I Identify Best Home Improvement Contractors? U.S. private home head? Are you "A-Number 1" for accepting/declining contractor candidates? If so, your answer is here!
HOW DO I IDENTIFY BEST HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS?
The following excerpt "BE DETERMINED TO KNOW MORE!" sets the tone for making these critical decisions!
BE DETERMINED TO KNOW MORE!
Excerpt from "Page 1" of the homeowner's guide: "Who Is This Contractor?"
"Those who win in this arena of home improvement are those who make the best possible decisions premised on investing quality time gathering information about contractors.
As we see in our previous account of the scorned victim, when residents do not have adequate information about contractors, it is not generally
possible to make the safest and wisest decisions. When residents neglect devoting sufficient time for gathering and carefully validating the authenticity of contractors’ reputations, then residents are going intothis blindly.
This avoidance for devoting more time to learning who contractors may really be is often disastrous. It is the equivalent of walking blind folded to the edge of a drained swimming pool and diving in!
This sort of action lends credence to the old adage: 'Look before you leap!' "
PAGE 1 - EXCERPT FROM:
'WHO IS THIS CONTRACTOR?"
Customarily, in the United States there is no standardized protocol for residents to require contractors to“apply” by means of filling out an application.
By conjecture, if we were to take a legitimate poll of homeowners who require contractors to fill out applications, we would find that 99.9% (given the universal of exceptions) do not. Likewise, as with residents who are on record as having been scandalized by the dishonest element, 99.9%.
The Psychology Of The Situation
In this moment, we are considering the psychology of the situation. This means we are analyzing this business of authorizing contractors to work in, on, or around our property without first having submitted an application for our inspection. This is particularly so for contractors who have not proven themselves for a number of years in our neighborhood to offer honest and outstanding delivery.
The American standard for anyone who would like to work in, on, or around our business establishments, is for this person to fill out an application. But why not forego this time-consuming process? Why not simply let this person work? The major reason is that we DO NOT HAVE DOCUMENTATION to the effect that this person is who he says he is and is sufficiently competent to be an asset to our objectives. We have to KNOW everything we possibly can about him before we make a decision. He may be the best thing to ever come along or the worst among those we thought were.
The Residential Ironic Shame
It is immensely ironic that so many residents will go through so much trouble insisting that a person who wants to work at the business outside the home fills out an application, but go through hardly any when considering hiring a contractor for the business of the home. Although vulnerability to scandal and resultant ramifications are insurmountably greater, residential protocol for an application process does not even come to mind. Consequently, predation from unscrupulous individuals is staggeringly more prevalent.
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