1. How to Choose a Contractor

    Reviews Check a minimum of 3 review/social media sites  to verify accuracy & consistency. Look for a minimum of 30 reviews overall to validate authority and rating. The Better Business Bureau Check rating, reviews, and most importantly complaint resolution. Any company who has been around a…Read More

  2. What’s in a Contract?

    What They Are Doing This one should be obvious, but sadly it’s not. When looking at a contract it should specify in detail all the aspects of the project, not be ambiguous or confusing, and should be legible enough for everyone to read, including you. Complicated details should have extra dialogue…Read More

  3. When to Repair or Replace

    Assess Current Product Determine current product on your home. Research that product to see if there are any deficiencies, issues, or class action lawsuits. Assess Current Moisture Management System Look at the moisture management systems in conjunction with the product you current have on home. Do …Read More

  4. 5 Post-Project Things to Know About

    1) Payment Construction is not a high profit business, construction projects can be quite large, and contractors can have multiple projects going at a given time. This poses a large cash flow factor for small to medium sized businesses, and since contractors aren’t banks it’s hard for them to wa…Read More

  5. Siding Terminology 101

    Working with contractors can be scary. Especially if you don’t understand the terminology. We want to help. Here is a list of common terms in siding that you may hear as you discuss a project with a contractor. Keep in mind, if you are confused, don’t be afraid to ask for clarification. If a con…Read More