Home renovations always need to start somewhere. Usually this is in your head or by a simple idea, but when you’re taking your idea to the next level you can get overwhelmed by anything and think “well now what do I do??”. Here is a cool little checklist of things that you need to do for your home improvement projectA home improvement project is anything associated with improving, maintaining, or renovating your home. This is the specific reason that you hired the contractorShort for “general contractor” a contractor is an individual hired by a homeownerUsually the name-on-the-mortgage/pays-the-bills person, the homeowner is the one who contacts the contractor to do a jobA job is a term for whatever tasks are in the contract for the contractor to do. These are generally more specific than “home maintenance” and usually are broken down into a scope of work which contains each individual task such as plumbing, electrical, or drywall. They are the point person for Safepact on things like funding the transaction, approving the work, and releasing payment to the contractor. or an architect to oversee work that is being done on a home. Sometimes the work will be done by the contractor, but often times the contractor will hire subcontractors to do some or all of the work. For a more detailed explanation of contractors and their responsibilities read more about it on our blog. and the job that they are completing.. I would have a little argument over the order that everything is on in that checklist, but the nuts and bolts of everything you need for your project can be found on there, from the inception of the idea to all the questions you need to ask your contractor. Plus it’s actually written in a checklist format which I love because I’m an organization fiend and you can print it out! How cool is that?
Build (and check) safe out there!!