Benefits of Contracts

Contracts

A  contract is a renovator’s most important tool.

 Having it “in writing,” is what  homeowners today expect from a  professional renovator .

A written contract protects homeowners as wells as  their investment in their home, and gives an

indication that their renovator is legitimate and does business in a professional manner.

As a professional renovator, the benefits of  using a written contract,  automatically  set yourself apart from fly-by-night or

underground operators. The best way to push “those people” out of the marketplace

is to show your clients  what it takes to “do it right” and be professional.

A good, solid contract is also the foundation for a positive renovation experience

for both you and your clients. It helps build their confidence and your relationship.

Most importantly, it helps to prevent any confusion,  misunderstandings and false expectations

that can lead to a breakdown in your relationship and cause issues with the project.

“Renovation” covers a lot of different projects, done

by many different types of companies. Whether you

are a one-person operation doing small repair and

renovation jobs, or you run a large design-building

crew company  hired  to do an upscale complete whole-house

remodeling, you need a contract.

We welcome any  stories  you’d like to share on our blog on today’s blog: Benefits of Contracts!

For more information please visit our links below:

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