March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

Panama City Real Estate SuggestionsThis is part 2 of the Contractor Problem series...

At some point many home owners may require the assitance of a General Contractor or other building contractor. These interactions don't always go well or as planned.

To help you avoid having problems with your contractor, here is a multi-part post outlining a few suggestions to aid you in your interactions with your contractor...

When in Doubt, Refer to the Contract

Always refer and reference the contract any time the scope of the work or the timeline is in doubt or changed.

If you began work without a contract (tsk, tsk!), it's vital that you establish something in writing as soon as possible! Beginning work with no formal agreement places your position in jeopardy if a debate or

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Panama City Real Estate SuggestionsAt some point many home owners may require the assistance of a General Contractor or other building contractor. These interactions don't always go well or as planned.

To help you avoid having problems with your contractor, here is a multi-part post outlining a few suggestions to aid you in your interactions with your contractor...


Written Communication is Key

Many issues arise between contractors and homeowners due to miscommunication and a lack of updates.

Contractors can get wrapped up in  project details and fail to give notification of daily project progress or setbacks to the homeowners.Often, contractors are working on more than one project which can complicate the lack of communication as well.

It's always preferred communicate

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Panama City Home Repair Tips

Are you interested in saving money on home repairs? Perhaps there are a few things around the house that just aren't 100% to your liking.

Here are just a few issues and fixes that can save you a lot of money by doing them yourself. And they are very easy!

Cleaner Clothes

In order to get the most out of your detergent, check the water temperature with a cooking thermometer (one that registers low temperatures) when you do a cold, a warm and a hot wash. The reason is: additives in laundry detergent won't work as well, and powder detergents won't fully dissolve if the water is not at the correct temperature

How to fix:

Check the water temperature with a cooking thermometer when you do a cold, a warm and a hot wash. For cold water washes: if

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