Red flags

Published On: Jul 18 2012 11:23:00 AM EDT   Updated On: Oct 15 2012 02:25:17 PM EDT

Beware of verbal agreements or vague details. A contractor should provide a detailed, written agreement outlineing the complete scope of work. At minimum, this shoul dinclude the following: all measurements and materials to be used, detailed drawings, project time frame and completion date, and payment requirements. Be cautious of contractors asking for 100% payment up from, or even 50%.

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