Follow the rules or risk paying the price. That’s especially true when planning a home improvement project.
With the summer storm season upon us, Angie’s List is warning anyone who’s suffered wind and hail damage to be on guard against unscrupulous people who offer to help rebuild, but who aren’t qualified or even prepared to follow through.
Are you looking for more room in your home to accommodate your family?
When you are in the midst of a home improvement project, a delay can be costly. But there are ways to avoid project delays with your contractor.
If you really want to get the scoop on whether or not a contractor is right for you, you may want to make a call to a recent customer.
Al Murray, who owns Al’s Roofing Company, a business he and his family have operated for the last 30 years in the Greensburg area, says he got a call from a Texas company that wanted to buy the right to use their name.