Lori’s Renovation Realities : Clean Truck = Clean Worksite
We are back again with another Renovation Reality. If your home renovation project involves tearing down walls, building new ones, or relocating and supplementing any plumbing and electrical systems…then you will definitely need to hire a general contractor. Deciding on that perfect person is one of the most critical decisions you’ll make during the entire renovation process. While most contractors do fabulous work and come highly recommended, I’ve found there are still a lot of unscrupulous characters out there. The last thing you want is to be totally let down by the very person you entrusted to deliver your ultimate dream home. So do your best to find the right contractor for you, so all the time and money you spend planning, budgeting and designing your home will be placed in the right hands. So when you are interviewing contractors here is one quick little tip that will go a long way! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh5DgucnuTE[/youtube] Stay Inspired! Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.
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LOVE your new format with video Lori. I know I have to do video, but have been resisting. Good for you! and, great tip, so true.
Thanks so much Irene. Video definitely takes some getting used to…but give it a try. You’ll be fantastic.
Enjoy your trip to Geneva and look forward to reading your posts!
the videos are so cool and filled with helpful hints…and, the Jazz music is fabulous! Yikes what about checking out your interior designer’s car…there are times over the summer that my car is a mess…a clean job site is very important though and will be checking out my contractors’ car next. xo tamara
I know Tamara….there are times that my car is a little “overloaded” too…..but I like to think of it as organized chaos! After all we’re the creative ones right?
Thanks for the comments Tamara. Hope to see you soon and can’t wait to read all about London. Wish I were there!
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