Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
New homeowners fixing up their just-purchased properties or ones going through renovations to sell their homes will, no doubt, be introduced to the mysteries of building permits. A building permit gives the homeowner the municipality’s official permission to do a variety of things with his or her property. The mystery comes in when homeowners and contractors discuss the need for these permits. Continue reading
Buyers and sellers of condominiums should know that condo renovation is becoming a thriving segment of its own in the home improvement market because condos are in a different league than houses. Continue reading
The homeowner who hires an inferior renovator faces a heap of frustration, a pile of money flushed down the drain, a future full of trying to fix poor and possibly unsafe workmanship plus potential legal problems if the bad contractor sues for money he doesn’t deserve. Avoid the most common problems of home reno gone wrong with careful research and by following these tips on what who not to hire. Continue reading
If you are a new homeowner, you might be unfamiliar with hiring contractors and lack of experience can create huge problems. Fortunately, a little knowledge about protecting yourself through proper payments can help you avoid nightmares. Here is a tale of woe about just one of the many homeowners who pay too much down to a renovation contractor.
Payment requests from contractors and other professionals working to renovate your home may vary but use these tips to avoid the most common problems when it comes time to handing over checks. Continue reading
Sellers and buyers of homes often need renovators to fix the place up to get the best price or to make it more livable after purchase. Whom do you hire as a renovation professional? Choose the one that best answers these questions. Continue reading
There are many good home builders but you have to do your homework to find them and make sure they are right for you. Continue reading