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What You Should Expect in a Home Remodeling Contractor Part 3

Expert knowledge. Customers turn to their contractor for guidance, experience and knowledge.  Another words, a home remodeler should get the big pictues.  All the ins and outs of custom home remodeling including trends, products, code requirements and best practices.

Up-front pricing. Homeowners want to know how much your the entire remodeling package will cost up front before you start.  The only way to feel confident the remodeling firm is providing an accurate quote is with a preliminary plan and you shouldn’t  have to pay design fees to find out.

Warranty. By law, home improvement contractors must warranty non-structural workmanship for only 1 year.  Chances are, a remodeler who is willing to warranty their work for longer has the confidence in his or her quality and is not just building to minimum standards.

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Gregg Cantor, a third generation contractor and owner of Murray Lampert Design, Build, Remodel has successfully remodeled thousands of homes in San Diego County. Gregg's is experienced in all phases of construction and home remodeling including design development, project management, best building practices, code requirements, and contract law. He also writes articles for examiner.com and is co-host of The Home Pro Show Saturday's at 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on A.M.600 KOGO San Diego. Follow Gregg's posts.


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