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Why 2023 Is The Best Time To Buy A Fireplace Insert

Why 2023 Is The Best Time To Buy A Fireplace Insert

01/04/2023|Homeowners
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There are several key things to look for in a qualified contractor, and so far you’ve probably selected yours based on their portfolio of work, their credentials and certifications, their pricing and their personality. Now it’s time to ask for a copy of their Certificate of Insurance (COI). 

11/09/2022|Homeowners
A Cautionary Tale About Permits

A Cautionary Tale About Permits

Depending upon your renovation project, permits may need to be filed with your local municipality. Sounds easy, right? In general, it can be. However, be advised that you should only pull the permit if YOU are doing the work.

11/09/2022|Homeowners

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Read This Before You Sign That Contract

Read This Before You Sign That Contract

Congratulations! You’ve chosen the remodeler you’d like to work with on your home improvement project. Now it’s time to get down to business.

11/09/2022|Homeowners
Living Through a Remodel

Living Through a Remodel

The time has come. You went from having a need, to finding the right contractor, to an actual design and selected materials. Your remodel is about to begin. But so is a particular type of reality – your home will be a construction jobsite until the project is complete.

11/09/2022|Homeowners
Cautionary Statement to Owners Obtaining Building Permits

Cautionary Statement to Owners Obtaining Building Permits

If the owner hires a contractor to perform work under the building permit and the contractor is not bonded or insured as required...

11/09/2022|Homeowners

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Why 2023 Is The Best Time To Buy A Fireplace Insert

Why 2023 Is The Best Time To Buy A Fireplace Insert

01/04/2023|Homeowners
Cautionary Statement to Owners Obtaining Building Permits

Cautionary Statement to Owners Obtaining Building Permits

If the owner hires a contractor to perform work under the building permit and the contractor is not bonded or insured as required...

11/09/2022|Homeowners
Insurance

Insurance

There are several key things to look for in a qualified contractor, and so far you’ve probably selected yours based on their portfolio of work, their credentials and certifications, their pricing and their personality. Now it’s time to ask for a copy of their Certificate of Insurance (COI). 

11/09/2022|Homeowners
Living Through a Remodel

Living Through a Remodel

The time has come. You went from having a need, to finding the right contractor, to an actual design and selected materials. Your remodel is about to begin. But so is a particular type of reality – your home will be a construction jobsite until the project is complete.

11/09/2022|Homeowners
Read This Before You Sign That Contract

Read This Before You Sign That Contract

Congratulations! You’ve chosen the remodeler you’d like to work with on your home improvement project. Now it’s time to get down to business.

11/09/2022|Homeowners
A Cautionary Tale About Permits

A Cautionary Tale About Permits

Depending upon your renovation project, permits may need to be filed with your local municipality. Sounds easy, right? In general, it can be. However, be advised that you should only pull the permit if YOU are doing the work.

11/09/2022|Homeowners

No matter what your style, or convenience standards, a new kitchen can make a huge impact on your family’s day-to-day function. Working with a NARI remodeler is the best way to ensure you end up with the kitchen you need and love.

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