Three Legal Landmines to Avoid
Omit these key contract clauses at your own risk
When Prospects Ask for a Cost Breakdown, Say This
Dig into the emotional and technical reasons for the request
How to Take Over a Project From a Pro Who Quit or Was Fired
Use these steps to avoid falling into the same trap as your predecessor
8 Lessons From Lowe’s $6.5 Million Job-Classification Payout
Lesson 1: You needn’t be as demanding of contractors as Lowe’s was to get sued
When Do Cost-Plus Deals Make Sense?
For a Pennsylvania remodeler, it's when time is tight or being a loss-leader is...
Get Dwell's Project Form Helps Ensure Clients Pay on Time
Get Dwell, a handyman service in Chicago's northern suburbs, uses a project...
Customers Killing You on Change Orders? Van Halen Has the Answer
You probably don't associate the famous rockers with being crafty businessmen, but...
Are You Going to Court, or Courting Disaster?
Every remodeler has thought about suing a client who doesn't pay what they're owed, but going to court might not be your best option for settling debts.