6 edition of Secrets Your Contractor Won"t Tell You found in the catalog.
October 26, 2001 by Avitan Technologies .
Written in English
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Unless you're changing the scope of work, a contractor won't expect to negotiate a lump sum price quote. If you think the price is too high, get another quote for comparison.
While prices vary because of differences in approaching the project or overhead costs, a contractor won't stay in business unless he prices competitively. Before you contact any of the contractors on your list, take some time to look up online reviews.
Anybody can leave a review online, and you should be aware that it may not give you the full story. Try to find more than one review to help you build up a more detailed picture of the contractor Views: 37K. Is it some sort of chronic affliction that infects all contractors I don't get it.
I am so tired of dealing with contractors that don't show up, don't call, don't come by to give an estimate when they make an appt. to be here, don't show up to do work when they say they're going to, etc.
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