All posts tagged "contractor"
10 Tips for Creating Top Down Curb Appeal
- Posted August 26, 2020
Schluter®-Systems Expands Live Online Training
In response to the ongoing demand for distance learning, Schluter Systems has expanded their series of live, online training programs launched in the spring. These programs carry many of the most important features that have made Schluter’s...
- Posted August 5, 2020
Tip of the Day: Hiring A Landscaper
Here is one quick, money-saving tip that will help you fix up and improve your home. All from the award-winning On The House Tip of the Day.’ http://www.onthehouse.com/tip_audio/2017/2017-10-19.mp3
- Posted October 21, 2017
How to Spot A Home Repair Scam
Imagine something is busted around your home and it’s beyond your DIY talents. Time to bring in a contractor, right? The good news is that the vast majority of contractors working today are licensed, bonded and insured....
- Posted April 12, 2016
Being Your Own Contractor
A good contractor can make a lot of money. Why not put that money in your pocket instead! After job costs such as subcontractors, direct hire labor and materials, a remodeling contractor will earn somewhere between 33-...
- Posted February 24, 2016
Carey Brothers Remodeling as Best of Houzz 2016
Carey Brothers Remodeling has been recognized as Best of Service on Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. Carey Brothers was chosen by the over 35 million monthly users and was rated at the highest...
- Posted January 24, 2016
Lingo of Builders/Contractors
Are you confused when your builder talks? Mad when your contractor says “yes”- but means “no”? Builders and contractors have a mysterious and secret lingo all their own and understanding “construction-speak” is both handy and necessary to...
- Posted June 9, 2014
License and Building Permits
Some feel that a building permit is like calling the IRS to see if you owe any money. Not a good idea. But we have strong feelings in favor of permits and licenses. They protect us all...
- Posted May 11, 2014
Permits and Contractor Licensing Are There for You
A reader of our newspaper column writes: “I subscribe to the postulate that licensing is for the protection of those licensed — not the public. My 60-year-old house was built by my grandfather and uncle, no permits...
- Posted May 3, 2014
Dont Pay to Have Your Furniture Moved
For the most part stretching a carpet is very easy – if you are a carpet layer. When hiring a carpet contractor keep in mind that the cost of removing and replacing furniture can be several times...
- Posted May 2, 2014