What You Should Know To Avoid a Rip-Off Part Two of a Two-Part series In Part One of this article, we covered what to watch out for when it comes to hiring a contractor, sub-contractor or handyperson so you do not experience the heartache and
When evaluating your property conditions, it is important to anticipate an expensive problem when planning an addition & renovation project. Existing property conditions are defined as everything on the property, but the house. Sometimes it is easy to overlook these types of issues, when you
An On-site consultation meeting is Pre-construction planning on your project. During an on-site consultation meeting, I will be visually surveying the existing house and property for any obvious construction difficulties. Of course, any project can be built, but is it in your budget? Are there
A Homeowner’s jobsite expectations for your contractors, Sub-Contractors, and Handymen (Note: I will be using the word “contractor” for all categories of builders, contractors, handymen, remodelers, subcontractors, and tradespeople.) The word “jobsite” doesn’t just mean your house. It’s your house, your land, and your
Jeff Middlebrooks of E3 Innovate performs the blower door test on the Magdalene’s home.