Finding the appropriate professional contractor for a project is important. It is equally important to understanding the project scope of work (and who is responsible to complete it). Scope of work noted “By Others” on permit drawings is terminology that can be confusing…
Anyone can buy a tool belt and start construction on a project, however it’s important to ensure you are hiring competent contractors, architects, designers, and engineers. This section includes information on contracts, tendering, and the design and construction processes.
Building through the fall, winter and spring seasons can be challenging in cold climates. Sub-zero temperatures can cause irreversible damages and increase construction costs. Protect your concrete foundation walls and footings by understanding winter construction practices!
A well written contract sets the expectations and protects both the homeowner and the contractor. An incomplete or confusing contract can leave one or both parties vulnerable.