Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Home improvement nightmare

Unless you live in remote areas of the country with no television or Newspapers or other people to talk to, there's a good chance you've heard or read about home repair fraud or the project goes wrong. Seems to be a reality in this country that when you go to a home improvement projects often face a number of problems and delays and bad jobs.

Home improvement experience leaves most people, he vowed never to do another project! So it is not surprising to hear that the classification of home improvement complaints at the top consumer complaints nationwide year after year. Where is this epidemic home improvement mistakes?

And I'm proud to say your home improvement contractor for nearly 30 years, and I was lucky enough to win some awards for the industry. However, again never amaze me poor home improvement resolutions You see a lot of homeowners are making. It was more of a mistake and I want to see again and again when the homeowner blindly hire someone to do the draft because it was a friend or a friend of a friend. For me this logic does not make sense.

Friendship and wisdom is irrelevant, but for some reason many people think other wise. Another good example of indifference of hiring someone to do a project without putting anything in writing. Who in their right mind would ever agree to this disaster situations? This would be a big mistake is very similar to a home for the blind receive recognition at the back of a business card. Usually it is the only information that has the back of business cards pricing.

A big mistake made by a lot of people doing a home improvement project is to let price dictate decisions about who to hire. Further problems occurred because the homeowner choose the lowest price you can find it. For what? It is very simple. You can only produce high-quality project cost. High-quality materials and labor experts, appropriate insurance and reasonable profit to stay in business, and cost some money.

If someone can do this same project under this amount, what do you think will happen when the job is done? These rights, the person or company to do anything they can to try to make a profit. All possibilities that could result from the people you employ, as low bidder, trying to make a profit, just all bad for homeowners. In home improvement you get what you pay for.

Don't forget to put the blame on people who seek to work in your home. Over the years I've seen some of my competitors do nasty business practices. (Surprise!) I've seen contractors switch to lower quality material without the consent of the client, and the use of non-quality work, homeowners are more of the "unexpected problems", trying to Sell a customer arrived after the project began, etc, etc, etc. make.You wonder if you can trust someone?

Even where the blame lies for all home improvement year? I think it would be easy to blame the homeowner not to educate themselves about what to do when trying to project. However, the next question will be home getting "educated"? Perhaps a better question is when do you find time to get "education" at home? Education is a great tool if you have the time to do the research. Most people don't have the time or want to take the time to do hours and hours of research on how to go about getting the better of done correctly.

OOPS almost forgot to Uncle Sam. I think that a lot of people, myself included, the Government makes it very easy for someone who has no ethics or skill, and home improvement work. Why are there still some countries that do not have a license for people with home repairs? In countries that have a license, why some countries issue licenses without the applicant needing to prove any home improvement in work efficiency? This is like giving a license without taking the exam. Doesn't make much sense to me.