Even the best jobs meticulously planned out by the most professional of remodelers can encounter an unexpected roadblock requiring a change order. That's not a bad thing! It's just part of the job, and it's something you should plan for. Even the most cooperative clients could balk at a change order, so don't forget to write it down. Mark Paskell over at the Contractor Coaching Partnership Blog lists nine steps to follow so you and your clients are on the same page when it comes to change orders:
That's just the first four pieces of Paskell's advice. No one likes change orders, so click on the link below and read the rest of his advice over at the Contractor Coaching Partnership Blog so the process is as painless as possible.