Rehabilitation Communication - By Brian Weinstock
When remodeling your home, Home Installation Professionals urge you to tap into one of your most basic human skills – communication.
When renovating your home, you’re a most valuable asset. So don’t risk disappointment by not speaking your mind. Consistently communicate with your contractor. Brian Weinstock, a prominent name in the field, urges homeowners to establish a rapport with their contractor. Set expectations together, review your plan often, and talk through issues as soon as they arise – not near the end of the project.
Many people hire a contractor, and then expect the renovation to magically appear at the end of their wait. Though it is the contractor’s job to produce labor and materials, they are not mind readers. A seasoned contractor like Brian Weinstock expects that, if you have a question or a doubt about a particular project, you will communicate with him before that project is far along.
“Selecting a contractor is a very important decision,” agrees Tom Black, an Illinois homeowner who contracted Brian Weinstock of Home Installation Professionals. “It’s not only about the total cost of the job or the timing of the job. It’s about choosing to be in a close relationship with your contractor while making some big decisions.”
Choose a veteran contractor like Brian Weinstock. Call around. Find someone who is available and responsive. Remember to communicate periodically with your contractor. In this way you will preemptively iron out any kinks before they become expensive and taxing problems.
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