Why should my contractor provide me a certificate of insurance before starting work?

A Certificate of Insurance (COI) is a document provided by [...]

By |2023-06-27T11:19:21-04:00November 19, 2020|Bathroom Contracting, Deck Contracting, Door Contracting, General Contractors, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Contractor, Painting Contractor, Pool Contracting, Window Contracting|Comments Off on Why should my contractor provide me a certificate of insurance before starting work?

Do I Need A Formal Written Contract When I Hire A Contractor?

Whether it is something you want, don’t want or are not sure if you need, it is the legal responsibility of a licensed contractor, doing work within the five boroughs of New York City, to provide their clients a contract when providing a home improvement service. When discussing your project with a contractor, they should follow up with a written estimate, which clearly states their business name, physical street address, phone number and NYC Home Improvement Contractors license number.

By |2023-06-27T11:23:21-04:00October 22, 2020|Bathroom Contracting, Deck Contracting, Door Contracting, General Contractors, Painting Contractor, Pool Contracting, Window Contracting|Comments Off on Do I Need A Formal Written Contract When I Hire A Contractor?

Why Is There Mold In My Bathroom?

Mold and mildew tend to appear and flourish in areas that are wet, humid and damp. Although most commonly found in bathrooms, mold and mildew show up in basements and attics, and can also be found on porous surfaces like wood, concrete and pavers. Indoors, mold thrives when moist areas are not properly ventilated; outdoors it thrives when there is constant moisture, humidity and heat.

By |2023-06-27T11:24:27-04:00October 9, 2020|Bathroom Contracting|Comments Off on Why Is There Mold In My Bathroom?

What are the implications of hiring an unlicensed or uninsured contractor?

You have saved for years preparing for your home remodeling [...]

By |2023-07-05T13:54:28-04:00July 29, 2020|Bathroom Contracting, Deck Contracting, Door Contracting, General Contractors, Home Improvement, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Contractor, Painting Contractor, Pool Contracting, Window Contracting|Comments Off on What are the implications of hiring an unlicensed or uninsured contractor?

Bathroom Renovations That Won’t Break The Bank

Make some simple changes – remove any items from the bathroom that have not been used in a while. Added clutter can make your bathroom appear smaller. Replace an old bathroom mat or rug with a new one, or add a painting or picture on the wall. A few simple inexpensive purchases can make all the difference.

By |2023-06-27T15:00:03-04:00January 3, 2020|Bathroom Contracting, Home Improvement, Interior Design|Comments Off on Bathroom Renovations That Won’t Break The Bank

7th Annual Home Improvement Expo March 10-11 At Staten Island Mall

Free exhibition to feature remodeling contractors and home service providers [...]

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