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How do I know if I can trust my contractor?

There are several steps you can take to ensure that you can trust your contractor:

Check their credentials: Verify that the contractor is licensed and insured, and that they have the necessary certifications and qualifications to do the work.

Look at their portfolio: A reputable contractor will have a portfolio of their previous work that you can view to get an idea of the quality of their work.

Check references: Ask the contractor for references from previous clients and follow up with them to ask about their experience working with the contractor.

Verify that they are legitimate: Make sure the contractor has a physical office, a business website and phone number, and other standard business information.

Look for reviews: You can check online reviews or ratings for the contractor to see what previous customers are saying about their work.

Have a detailed contract: Make sure that you have a clear and detailed contract that outlines the scope of work, payment schedule, and other important details.

Trust your instincts: If you have any doubts or concerns about the contractor, trust your instincts and look for another contractor that you feel more comfortable working with.

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