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Rating the Rep of Your Foundation Repair Contractor

* * * * RATING THE REP OF YOUR FOUNDATION REPAIR CONTRACTOR IS YOUR FOUNDATION REPAIR TEAM COMPETENT AND REPUTABLE? IE NOT. GET READY FOR... Subcontractors Incorrect No engineering No real warranty and day laborers repair plans certification and no permits HOW NOT TO FIX A FOUNDATION IGNORE UNDER INCORRECT warning signs or over lifting repair plan FIND A QUALIFIED FOUNDATION SPECIALIST WITH THESE FAQS 1. ARE YOU INSURED? Liability insurance protects Workers' comp. insurance you from negligence protects you from lawsuits by injured workers 2. DO YOU HAVE REFERENCES? No references could mean No references could also mean past customers are unhappy contractor is inexperienced 3. IS YOUR WORK GUARANTEED? Contractor should stand Lifetime Transferable Warranty behind work Warranty should be well- defined and non-prorated Get contract in writing RISKY CONTRACTOR RED FLAGS OFFERS STOPS no written contracts by to solicit business WANTS HAS payment in full up front outdated credentials HAS NO DOESN'T proof of insurance recommend and include third-party engineering with repairs INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY FOUNDATION REPAIRS Sources: contractor.aspx oundation-problems your-homes-critical-footprint.htm know-about-foundation-repairs/#.

Rating the Rep of Your Foundation Repair Contractor

shared by BrittSE on Apr 26
How do you find a qualified foundation specialist? Ask if they are insured, if they have references, and if their work is guaranteed. Find more tips by clicking over to this infographic from a foundat...


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