Avoid Having a Remodeling Problem in Your New Home
Once we inspect your home and you make your home purchase many people will remodel their new homes.
Unfortunately, in the Long Island and New York City area the #1 consumer complaint involves home remodeling.
After having been in the remodeling business for many years and seen a variety of shoddy jobs and situations where people were being taken advantage of, I decided that I would write a book on how not to get into a BAD remodeling situation. We include this book with all our inspections.
I hope you like it- Hank Jaworowski
Don’t Let Anybody Work On Your Home… Until You Read This Book!
A Home Remodeling Survival Guide
By Hank Jaworowski
Table of Contents
About The Author
What is Home Remodeling?
Ways To Determine Your Project and Budget
Large Project or Small Project
Deciding on Who Does The Project
Thinking About Doing The Project Yourself
Types of Contractors and Subcontractors
Being Your Own General Contractor
Why You Should Not Just Hire Anyone
Thinking of Hiring a Friend
Where To Find Qualified Remodelers
A Word on Someone Who Comes Looking To Do Your Remodeling Work
Evaluating Remodeling Help:
Check Licenses & Better Business Bureau
Making Phone Contact
Big Company or Small Company
Evaluating Your Prospects
Case Study-Kitchen Remodel
Preparing a Contract
Building Permits & CO’s
Home Remodel Project Started
Home Remodel in Progress
Home Remodel Project Completed
Production of Your Project
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"I was intrigued and impressed by the model of two inspectors, and appreciated their quick reply and ease of scheduling. We've used Precision twice now, for two separate homes, and could not be more satisfied. They have a distinct focus on educating the owner about the house they are purchasing. And not just about the house as it is, but forward-looking maintenance, too. They were thorough, spent time answering our questions, and provided a very clear, easy to read report with many photographs. We could not offer a stronger endorsement of using them for a home inspection. -- Todd P., Ph.D., Port Jefferson, NY"