For homeowner’s damaged by a home improvement contractor working on their their primary residence, don’t forget their License Bond as security. For these homeowner’s, the available License Bond proceeds are the full sum of the bond or $12,500.00. 125 more words
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Don’t think a contractor being licensed is anything to consider when hiring someone for your home improvements?
Think again! A license filed with the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) is in fact for your, the homeowner’s protection. 510 more words
Home Renovation to Exterior of Home’s Property in the Linden Woods area of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The decorative concrete edging is coloured Slate in a 4×6 foot angled profile and was completed 4 years ago and still looks like new! 10 more words
As any owner is aware, it is expensive to own a home and it takes a lot of work! Homeowners can reasonably expect to spend up to three percent of the home’s value on annual home improvements. 332 more words
Everyone has an image of an ideal house, but each person has their own vision when it comes to the look and feel of the walls, finishing of the floors, the size of the porch and so on. 225 more words