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a greater green thumb
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preventive maintenance tips for your home-part 8
preventive maintenance tips for your home-part 3
how to hire a contractor
reduce your heating bills this winter
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our home inspector recommended that we install a chimney cap on the older home that we are buying.
we will conclude this series with tips for the fall.
this month we have completed handy tips for every 6 months.
working as a team on your next home project
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plan out your project.
determine the kind of contractor you need.
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verify insurance and licence information.
ask for references and call them! 
review estimates for differences and find out why.
create the contract.
part ii: checklist
hiring a contractor checklist:
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clean carpeting, upholstery, draperies and air ducts:
drain-waste and vent system:
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doors and window weatherstripping
fireplace and chimneys
storm windows and doors
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determine the kind of contractor you need.
research any permits that may be necessary
consider the professionalism of your contractor
verify insurance and licence information.
ask for references and call them! 
review estimates for differences and find out why.
create the contract.
part ii: checklist
hiring a contractor checklist:
part iii:
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smoke and carbon monoxide detectors:
clean carpeting, upholstery, draperies and air ducts:
drain-waste and vent system:
flush out system. heating:
oil burner 
 
thermostat
hot water heating system
doors and window weatherstripping
fireplace and chimneys
storm windows and doors
garage doors:
pest control:
water heater
exterior caulking:
basement and foundation:
decks and other exterior wood:
gutters and downspouts:
landscaping:
pipes:
roof:
siding:
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part i: overview
plan out your project.
determine the kind of contractor you need.
research any permits that may be necessary
consider the professionalism of your contractor
verify insurance and licence information.
ask for references and call them! 
review estimates for differences and find out why.
create the contract.
part ii: checklist
hiring a contractor checklist:
part iii:
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smoke and carbon monoxide detectors:
clean carpeting, upholstery, draperies and air ducts:
drain-waste and vent system:
flush out system. heating:
oil burner 
 
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hot water heating system
doors and window weatherstripping
fireplace and chimneys
storm windows and doors
garage doors:
pest control:
water heater
exterior caulking:
basement and foundation:
decks and other exterior wood:
gutters and downspouts:
landscaping:
pipes:
roof:
siding:
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part i: overview
plan out your project.
determine the kind of contractor you need.
research any permits that may be necessary
consider the professionalism of your contractor
verify insurance and licence information.
ask for references and call them! 
review estimates for differences and find out why.
create the contract.
part ii: checklist
hiring a contractor checklist:
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skip to main content about us add your listing use home check to find home inspectors, appraisers and contractors! previous next search for subcategory additions & remodeling appliance brick & stone building designers carpenters carpet & upholstery cleaning concrete construction countertops decks electrician energy audits handyman services landscape architects landscape designers landscaping plumber radon roofing siding tile general where search homecheck for a qualified professional near you. add your listing to our network! search such categories as , , , , , , , , , featured articles a greater green thumb make your garden environmentally green homecheck 1/6/2008 homecheck homecheck.com vince pundt 1/6/2008 a greater green thumb: make your garden environmentally green we hear so much about "going green" in the news today that we sometimes forget that one of the best ways to be environmentally friendly is through a green thumb! whether through careful design of a major landscape renovation or small changes to a few habits, making your garden green can be as simple or complex as you want. in fact, don't expect to make major changes in how you care for your yard overnight. instead, consider some ideas you can implement now and then slowly add to them. as you begin to implement new gardening techniques you will also discover that making your landscape environmentally friendly is not just about saving mother nature - it can also save you money! here are a few quick ideas to get you started on your new green garden: pesky weeds: yes, dousing them with weed killer is easier. however, most are not children, pet or nature friendly. some old fashioned weed pulling can be great exercise or way to get the kids to earn their allowance. - try to get weeds early in the year as this will mean less pulling later on. - pulling a little at a time as you walk down a path is much better than a whole day of work. - putting down mulch can help prevent weeds. - if you have an area that is overtaken by weeds instead of lawn, you might want to consider replanting the area with low native plants that need little attention. return of the native: using native plants in your landscaping is a great way of choosing plants that are accustomed to the climate and resistant to pests in your area. although not foolproof, you will find native plants much easier to care for than many imports. - also, many imports can be harmful to the native plants of the area. for example, english ivy may look pretty when you care for it, but left on its own, it is a weed that quickly overtakes native plants and even trees! research non-native plants beforehand to make certain they are not really noxious weeds for your environment. homebrewed compost: adding a compost bin is a great way to recycle food and yard waste and get something in return for it! composting does take about 3-6 months before you get to use any results, but once you get the cycle going you will have a great way to decrease your garbage and increase your plants. - there are many styles of compost bins from indoor to outdoor, homemade to store bought - you can even find stylized ones that give character to your décor! - if you don't have a garden but have yard removal, check with your waste company's policies, many companies now offer to take the same items you would put in a compost bin (i.e. vegetable and fruit skins). they in turn use this to make compost for city parks. even if you aren't using the compost, it is a great way to get this type of waste out of the landfill and to areas where it will be more beneficial. harvest the rain: while your out picking up a compost bin, add a rain barrel too! these barrels can be placed directly under you gutter downspout or out from under the eaves. it is ideal to use the water regularly to keep it circulating. overall this will help save on your water usage and bills! water thoughtfully: watering your plants properly will avoid unnecessary waste. - use drip hoses for more even watering and to help decrease your water bill. - when watering plants, pay attention to their roots and water them before the sun is high so the plant has time to drink before it evaporates. - using mulch around your plants can keep natural moisture in. just make sure the mulch is not too deep and you leave some space at the base of the plant stem. grow your groceries: what is more green then eating from your own garden? if you have never gardened before, start with a small plot and easier to grow veggies. for local advice, check out your neighborhood gardening associations which often offer free classes. getting garden fresh foods on your table not only helps the environment but offers you better flavor and ease of mind as you know exactly what went into your produce. - don't have a large yard? urban community gardens are a fun way to build a sense of community, get free gardening help and again, harvest some great tasting produce. - another way to garden in small spaces are through container gardens. using containers to grow herbs and smaller vegetables like onions or spinach is a great alternative. - as you garden more, you will begin to start your veggies from seeds rather than buying starts at the store. when making starts of your own, use old milk cartons or other containers that you can recycle and use again and again. invite the birds and the bees: utilizing plants in your garden that are naturally appealing to beneficial insects and birds is a great way to improve the life of your plants. these good allies will help cut down on bad bug pests and can be fun to watch too! - plant flowers and plants that are attractive to butterflies, bees and other naturally beneficial insects. encouraging natural pollinators and cutting down your use of pesticides is a great combo for these natural little friends. - some nurseries even sell lady bugs as they are a great natural defense for bug problems. - invite birds into your yard with berry plants, flowers, and a water bath. birds are some of your best pest reducers. - if you have berries you want to keep for yourself instead of the birds, there are safe netting options out there that don't trap birds but keep them off your berries! plan your garden: as we have mentioned in earlier articles, planning out a garden can save you a lot of headache and money down the road. but it can also allow you to be more green. when planning your layout you may pay closer attention to what areas of the yard get more sun or rain and install plants that are suitable for different locations. - you can also minimize your gardening chores by planning certain "wild" areas or buffers using native plants that require little upkeep. hardscapes: finally, when planning or renovating your yard, consider the non-organic features. from the paths to the containers, consider what impacts the materials you use will have on the environment and your garden's health. - recycled materials are becoming more readily available for constructing everything from paths to patios. take a look at all the options and give these recycled materials a chance. - try to get planters and containers made of recycled material. some people get very creative with old items that they turn into planters (i.e. an old sink or wheelbarrow). - try some of the new solar lights to add lighting features to your yard. they are earth friendly and can save you money! useful links epa: greenscapes www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/green/ information about going green provided by the us environmental protection agency. includes ideas for homes, businesses and recreational areas. usda cooperative state research, education, and extension service www.csrees.usda.gov/extension/ "this section of our web site will help you find your nearest cooperative extension office. the cooperative extension system is a nationwide, non-credit educational network. each u.s. state and territory has a state office at its land-grant university and a network of local or regional offices. these offices are staffed by one or more experts who provide useful, practical, and research-based information to agricultural producers, small business owners, youth, consumers, and others in rural areas and communities of all sizes." this resource will help you find state specific plant information. american horticultural society list of mater gardeners www.ahs.org/master_gardeners/ "the map below links to master gardener websites in the united states. links to master gardener programs in three canadian provinces are listed below as well. clicking on the map and links below will connect you to some of the best, regionally-specific advice you can get on gardening." to find out more about classes, gardening tips and the best plants for your area, check out these state sites. buy green, going green, green savvy, eco products green cleaning products http://www.buygreensavvy.com quality green and eco friendly products at the best prices! chimney caps, yes or no? our home inspector recommended that we install a chimney cap on the older home that we are buying. patrick mahoney owner/operator of sherlock home inspector 1/8/2004 patrick mahoney owner/operator of sherlock home inspector homecheck.com vince pundt 1/8/2004 q our home inspector recommended that we install a chimney cap on the older home that we are buying. the chimney has not had a cap in it’s 60 plus year life, so why put one on now? a in my practice as a home inspector, i always recommend the installation of chimney caps. chimney caps serve a variety of purposes. they keep animals such as birds, squirrels and rodents from entering the chimney and in some cases the crawl space. a 60 year old home may have had an oil-fired furnace in the crawl space or basement which would have been vented through the chimney. the vent pipe opening provides direct access for critters. it is not unusual for rodents to crawl down through the chimney into the crawlspace seeking a warm place to nest. chimney caps also keep out rain and debris such as leaves that can collect in the flu. chimney caps also serve as spark arresters. most caps are not expensive, and your local chimney sweep can recommend the one that is best for your chimney. preventive maintenance tips for your home-part 8 we will conclude this series with tips for the fall. rocky fremin of freminshomeimprovement.com 1/11/2005 rocky fremin of freminshomeimprovement.com homecheck.com vince pundt 1/11/2005 every fall smoke and carbon monoxide detectors: change batteries and check to make sure they are operating properly. also consider installing a carbon monoxide detector if you don’t have any. clean carpeting, upholstery, draperies and air ducts: have your carpets, upholstery and draperies cleaned regularly, once every 12 to 18 months, to remove the dirt and grit that can wear them out prematurely. consider having the air ducts in your home cleaned if family members suffer excessively from respiratory infections, asthma or allergies; if there is visible mold growth inside ducts or on other components of your heating and cooling system, the ducts are infested with insects or rodents. excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers. drain-waste and vent system: flush out system. heating: forced warm air heating system before turning on your unit, make sure nothing flammable has been stored next to the furnace over the summer. also, change the filters regularly. be sure all access panels are secure, with all the screws in place. be sure the thermostat is set in the heating mode. run your heater for a few minutes to burn off the dust that usually collects on the heat exchanger over the summer (don’t worry, that smell is normal) and to make sure it is in working order before you need it. arrange for service calls before the start of heating and cooling season to get better attention and have more flexibility when scheduling appointments. consider hiring a pro to perform a furnace maintenance check-up, including these steps: 1. inspect thermostat for proper operation. 2. inspect filter and change or clean as needed. 3. check all electrical components and controls. 4. oil motors as needed. 5. inspect heat exchanger for possible cracks, which would introduce carbon monoxide into the living space. 6. check airflow. if diminished, it may be necessary to clean the evaporator coil and ductwork. 7. check air fuel mixture, where appropriate. gas burner clean burners and ports, or have them professionally cleaned. oil burner have your oil burner professionally serviced; lubricate fan and motor bearings. thermostat clean heat sensor, contact points, and contacts; check accuracy. heat pump · schedule an annual service call to have a certified professional to inspect the wiring, check belts and replace if needed, and oil the moving parts. arrange for service calls before the start of heating and cooling season to get better attention and have more flexibility when scheduling appointments. hot water heating system for steam heating, check shutoff valve for leaks and drain lower water cut-off per manufacturers’ instructions. lubricate pump and motor; bleed air from radiators or convectors. oil-fired boilers hire a professional for annual maintenance including flue cleaning, a fuel-filter change, cleaning and adjustment of the jets. arrange for service calls before the start of heating and cooling season to get better attention and have more flexibility when scheduling appointments. doors and window weatherstripping: check the weather-stripping around all doors and windows and replace it if necessary to reduce drafts. and the loss of heated air. make sure the weather-stripping on the door between your garage and home is intact to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. fireplace and chimneys: the most important maintenance to do regularly is to have a pro clean your flue liners in order to prevent the build up of creosote. have your wood burning fireplaces and stoves inspected annually and cleaned and repaired as required to prevent chimney fires, carbon monoxide poisoning and mortar and flashing failure. water leaks can also cause your mortar to deteriorate prematurely. consider installing a chimney cap to protect your chimney from water, debris and critters. storm windows and doors: inspect all windows and doors-replace any cracked or broken glass, tighten or repair any loose or damaged frames and repaint if necessary; replace broken, worn or missing hardware; tighten and lubricate door hinges and closers; check for broken or missing glazing. consider installing a chimney cap to protect your chimney from water, debris and critters. garage doors: clean and lubricate hinges, rollers, and tracks; tighten screws. if serious repair is required, consider replacing. pest control: remember, insects and other critters would naturally prefer to come indoors out of the rain and cold, if possible, as winter sets in. make sure all vents and other openings are covered and spray for insects along perimeter of house. · water heater: every six months you should turn off the power source and drain it completely until it is clear of sediment. also inspect flue assembly (gas heater); check for leaks and corrosion. exterior caulking: inspect caulking around exterior doors and windows, replace if necessary. basement and foundation: check grading for proper slope away from foundation wall. inspect for cracks and moisture repair if needed. decks and other exterior wood: inspect exterior wood for cracks, splintering, decay, and insect damage; treat and repair as needed. keep decks clean, removing wet leaves and debris that can cause staining or encourage wood decay, mold and mildew growth. having your deck professionally cleaned and sealed can add years to its life. repair hinges and latches on your gates. gutters and downspouts: clear/install/repair gutters and downspouts and make sure the runoff is directed away from your home so it can not erode the soil around the foundation or run into your basement or crawl space. install gutter accessories to divert water, channel underground drain lines into existing yard drainage or storm sewers, or consider installing a dry well at the end of the drainpipe to slowly distribute the water to surrounding soil. landscaping: cut back any trees or shrubs that are touching the exterior. check with a local gardening service or your county extension agent for information about appropriate measures in your area for fertilizing, thatching, aerating and reseeding lawn and controlling disease and insects in all your landscaping pipes: check your pipes for rust or white lime deposits that may indicate a leak is starting, replace if necessary. check for leaking around the outside hose bibs. install insulation around outdoor water pipes to protect from freezing. roof: check for warping, aging, moss, and cracking making sure that shingles, shakes or tiles are sound; repair or replace as needed. inspect the flashing around chimneys, skylights and vents. seal cracks or openings where water could penetrate. · if you see significant damage or wear, consider contacting a roofing specialist to give you a bid on a roof replacement. · do not cover air vents or turbines. siding: inspect siding (especially on the south and storm sides of the house) for evidence of deterioration, including cracks, splintering, decay, and insect damage; clean, treat and repair as needed. o brick and stone: check joints between wood and masonry. waterproof or repaint if necessary. o wood: look for lifting or peeling paint, splitting wood or areas where the wood grain is separating. this is evidence that water is getting into the siding. o stucco: a chalky residue that rubs off on your hand is evidence of oxidation, a deterioration of paint or color coat that reduces stuccos’ insulating value. if the stucco is cracked, this allows water to get in around windows and doors. o trim: look for peeling paint on the fascia boards, windowsills and sashes that could allow water in to form mildew and fungus on the interior of your home behind curtains, blinds and window coverings. this concludes our 8 part series on preventive maintenance tips. i hope that you have enjoyed this series and that these tips will make for a more enjoyable home. join us next time on “hiring a contractor.” visit us at www.freminshomeimprovement.com preventive maintenance tips for your home-part 3 this month we have completed handy tips for every 6 months. rocky fremin of freminhomeimprovment.com 1/6/2005 rocky fremin of freminhomeimprovment.com homecheck.com vince pundt 1/6/2005 welcome back to rocky’s corner! last month we discussed part 2 of an 8 part series of preventive maintenance tips for your home that included every month and every 3 months suggestions. this month we have completed handy tips for every 6 months. every 6 months smoke and carbon monoxide detectors: change batteries and check to make sure they are operating properly. check with your local building department to see if newer codes recommend adding more detectors than were required when your home was built consider installing a carbon monoxide detector if you don’t currently have any. basement and foundation: check for cracks and moisture and make any necessary repairs. toilet: check for leaks in water feed, tank bottom and repair or replace the toilet if necessary. consider changing older models for newer. interior caulking and grout: inspect caulking and grout around tubs, showers, and sinks; clean and replace if deteriorating. pipes: check your pipes for rust or white lime deposits that may indicate a leak is starting; replace if necessary. check for leaking around the outside hose bibs. install insulation around outdoor water pipes to protect from freezing. water heater: if you do not routinely flush a quart of water from the tank four times a year, then every six months you should turn off the power source and drain it completely until it’s clear of sediment. also inspect flue assembly (gas heater); check for leaks and corrosion. a leak usually means the bottom of the storage tank has rusted through. you’ll probably benefit from replacing it with a more energy efficient model. central air conditioning systems: at the beginning and end of each cooling season, vacuum out the unit and lubricate the motor. if the unit is not cooling properly, contact a technician to check the pressure level of the refrigerant. gutters and downspouts: clear/install/repair gutters and downspouts and make sure the runoff is directed away from your home so it can’t erode the soil around the foundation or run into your basement or crawl space. install gutter accessories to divert water, channel underground drain lines into existing yard drainage or storm sewers. natural stone tiles and solid countertops: natural stone needs regular maintenance every six months by sealing with an impregnating liquid silicon stone sealer to help repel both water and oil based stains more effectively and be much easier to clean with proper cleaning solutions and methods. inspect your roof: check for warping, aging, moss, and cracking making sure that shingles, shakes or tiles are sound and repair as needed. inspect the flashing around chimneys, skylights and vents. seal cracks or openings where water could penetrate. consider a roof replacement if you notice considerable wear or damage. siding: inspect siding (especially on the south and storm sides of the house) for evidence of deterioration, including cracks, splintering, decay, and insect damage; clean, treat and repair as needed. brick and stone: check joints between wood and masonry waterproof, repair or repaint. wood: look for lifting or peeling paint, splitting wood or areas where the wood grain is separating . this is evidence that water is getting into the siding. stucco: a chalking residue that rubs off on your hand is evidence of oxidation, a deterioration of paint or color coat that reduces stucco’s insulation value. if the stucco is cracked, this allows water to get in around windows and doors. trim: look for peeling paint on the fascia boards, window sills and sashes that could allow water in to form mildew and fungus on the interior of your home behind curtains, blinds and window coverings. landscaping: cut back any trees or shrubs that are touching the exterior. prune deciduous and flowering shrubs regularly to promote healthy growth, control plant size and shape, and increase the number of flowers and fruit. check with a local gardening service or your county extension agent for information about appropriate measure in your area for fertilizing, thatching, aerating and reseeding lawn, and controlling disease and insects in all your landscaping. doors and windows: clean exterior of upper-story windows twice a year; clean and lubricate sliding-glass-door tracks and window tracks. lubricate door hinges and locks. weather-stripping: check the weather-stripping around all doors and windows and replace if necessary to reduce drafts and the loss of heated and cooled air. join me next month for part 4 of our series on preventive maintenance tips for your home. we will be discussing maintenance tips for once a year. visit us at www.freminshomeimprovement.com how to hire a contractor working as a team on your next home project homecheck 1/5/2006 homecheck homecheck.com vince pundt 1/5/2006 you have a great idea of what you want to do but you just don't have the skills to implement it. whether remodeling the kitchen, a spare room or adding on, some projects are better handled by professional contractors. however, make sure you do not get into an agreement with a contractor on impulse. instead, picking a contractor should be a selective process that is well researched and prepared. this is not only a financial investment; this person (and their team) will be in your home and working with you on a project that may take days or, more likely, weeks to finish. a sound partnership is important. below are some suggestions for planning out your partnership with a contractor. also included are a checklist guide and contract example forms from our partner lawchek®. all are helpful suggestions and tools before hiring any contractor. part i: overview the following points may help you in the process of hiring and working with a professional contractor. plan out your project. whether a full kitchen remodel or a new back patio, make sure to plan out your project in advance. you should know what materials you would like to use and what the end project will look like. if you are uncertain about various options, then consult an interior designer, landscape architect or architect. they can help take the ideas you have imagined and tell you how they can logically work. they can also help you create detailed plans of the project and a list of materials for its completion. many times they will continue to work with you as the project is being completed as well. having this type of plan in place before hiring a contractor is essential to ensure clear communication. if you start a project unsure of the final outcome you may cause delays and extra expense if you keep changing your mind. to have a large project planned in advance will help you to remain focused. determine the kind of contractor you need. will a general contractor be able to complete the whole project or will you need cabinet installer, plumber, electrician, etc.? preplanning your project should help you answer some of these questions. you can be ready to interview contractors knowing that they either need experience in or will need to sub-contract certain aspects of your job. if they cannot do part of the project, will they expect you to hire a specialist (i.e. electrician) or do they have a partnership with one already established? consider if they have previous experience with your type of project. ask if they familiar with the architecture and age-specific concerns of your type of home. how have they met the challenges in the past? research any permits that may be necessary. with a plan from your architect or landscape architect in place you will now have an idea of how much you will be changing your home. you may ask these professionals as you work out your plan if the project will need building permits. you may also ask this to your contractor as well. however, keep in mind that although some contractors will handle the building permit process themselves as part of their contract, others may leave it up to the home owner. some argue that only the contractor should handle building permits as this ensures they follow all codes. if you get the permit and the contractor does not follow the codes you may have a harder time seeking corrections by the contractor afterwards. as a first step, it will be very helpful to know whether you need a permit before even contacting a contractor. this is also key to avoiding any fraud. if you already know that your project requires a building permit but your contractor tells you not to worry about it, you have clear warning that this contractor may not follow local and state building codes, get someone else! consider the professionalism of your contractor. this is the first basic step when looking at different contractors. check and see how long they have been in business, if they are easy to talk to and if they are able to meet with your timetable expectations. determine if all of their contact information is current. also, look for a contractor that is easy to reach; if you are playing phone tag to obtain a quote it is a pretty good indication of what it will be like trying to contact them once your project is started! find out if they are a member of any trade associations and stay current in their training. as an extra precaution, you may also want to research with the county if they have been named in any past law suits. contact the better business bureau, attorney generals office, and local consumer protection agency to check on any past complaints. verify insurance and licence information. insurance: always make sure the contractor is properly insured. you should receive a certificate of insurance from the insurance agency listing you as the co-insured. it should be original and not a photocopy. the types of insurance you are looking for: general/personal liability which will protect your property; workman's compensation which will cover the contractor(s) if they are injured while working on your property; and automobile which will protect you against any claims if they damage another vehicle/object while on your property. all these will protect you from having your homeowner's insurance responsible for any mishaps or accidents that may happen. license: not all contractors need a license in every state. also, the cost of a project can sometimes determine if a contractor needs a license or not. in most states the more expensive the project, the more likely they need a license. a good online reference to find out about license requirements in your state may be found at contractor's license reference site. if your state does require a license, make sure it is current. ask for references and call them! ask potential contractors for references. do not do any further business with contractors that refuse to supply references. the references should span both recent and older projects that are all similar to yours. if you are getting a kitchen remodel it doesn't make a lot of sense to talk to someone who had a new deck built. once you have the contact information, do the most important step - call them! you may even see if they are willing to let you see the project first hand with the contractor or if they have photographs of its progress; your contractor may also have photographs available. below are some sample questions to ask references: are you pleased with the project result? when talking to references for older projects ask them how the craftsmanship has handled everyday wear and tear. did the contractor stay on or close to schedule? did the contractor stay on budget? did the contractor follow the written contract? in hindsight, is there anything you would add to the contract? was the contractor easy to talk to or reach when you had questions or concerns? did the contractor stay on site to supervise his/her team? did you get along with the contractor's team? the sub-contractors they used? where you happy with how the contractor and his/her team treated your home and property? any messes, etc.? if there were any corrections, was the contractor willing to make changes or did you have to place a formal request or hire someone else? would you use this contractor again and/or recommend him to someone else? review estimates for differences and find out why. once you have three or more estimates begin to look at the differences. why are some contractors lower or higher than others? ask them to explain their estimate. for example, is an estimate lower because of different materials used and does this translate to difference in quality? does one contractor have a larger team or expect to hire more sub-contractors? is a contractor "saving you money" by cutting corners on safety, local regulations, etc.? create the contract. finally, the written contract you create with your contractor is extremely important. so much so that we have listed factors that should be considered for the contract in a separate section below. to review that section now, click here. part ii: checklist the partnership with your contractor can be very rewarding experience if you make sure to plan ahead. with the items mentioned above in mind, we have compiled an easy to use checklist that will help you when reviewing various contractors for your job. we have listed the items below but you may also print out a pdf checklist by clicking here. hiring a contractor checklist: where did i find the contractor? (phonebook, online, friend/family, other) the contractor is licensed (if required) and registered as a business in this state. contractor has all necessary insurance to complete the job safely. including: worker's compensation, general/personal liability and automotive. i researched any complaints with the better business bureau, attorney general’s office and other local consumer protections agencies. this contractor does not have too many jobs and can fit my project within my time schedule. i obtained at least 3 references (from each contractor). i have called every reference and asked thorough questions. i reviewed at least one project site from the reference list in person. i have a detailed bid from this contractor. including: describes all parts of project to be completed, estimated material cost, estimated labor cost, estimated time needed for completion. i understand everything in the bid and what that project will entail. i have asked for clarification on anything i do not understand. i understand the pricing. the contractor clearly lists the types of materials he expects to use. the contractor offers warranties on materials and craftsmanship. this contractor will obtain all necessary building permits. this contractor has provided a sample written contract of a previous project. i understand the wording of the contract and can easily see how to adopt a similar one for my project. this contractor is easy to talk to and has been easy to get a hold of for follow up questions. part iii: the contract the written contract between you and your contractor should be taken very seriously as this will be the roadmap that both parties will use to ensure that everyone is kept on task and happy. the following items are highly suggested to be included into the contract. you may add and remove items as they pertain to your particular project or situation. the contract should specify exactly what is expected to be done. besides the project, any clean up, where materials will be unloaded, etc., should also be included. specify the dates for commencing and ending the project. it is also a good idea to detail what is expected if delays occur due to weather, material delays, etc. detail the materials to be used for the project and their cost; this includes brand names and other identification to make certain there is no confusion. not recommended, but at the very least, detail an allowance specifically for materials with strict parameters. the contract should detail the contractor's insurance clarifying that coverage is expected through his/her carrier. it should be clear who is responsible for obtaining permits and what permits are required for completion of the job. ideally permits will be obtained by the contractor. method of payment and payment schedule should be clear. never pay for the entire job in advance! depending on your state there may be a limit to your initial down payment. usually it is enough to cover any special material costs and initial start of the project. there is usually an agreement to pay by interval as different stages of the project are reached. again, detail this in the contract. once written, make certain you both understand the payment terms before either of you sign. any warranties provided by the contractor should be detailed in the contract. identify if they are full or limited warranties and describe exactly what they will and will not cover. if warranties include manufactures, make sure all of their contact information is included in the contract as well. finally, a method for dispute resolution should be included in your contract. this should detail how each party should be notified of any grievances. the best means would be mediation or arbitration as this can save you both money. however, if a problem does arise make certain every notice of a problem(s) is done in writing so you have record of your attempts at solving the problem. as a general rule, be as detailed about the project and all expectations as possible. we have included some sample contracts from our partner site lawchek®. these are only samples and should be reviewed and changed to fit individual project needs. subcontractor performance agreement for residential construction deadline extension amendment this reference should answer basic questions. the questions recited on these pages are the more commonly asked questions of attorneys when a client first makes contact for the purpose of a better understanding of real estate legal matters. this is not a substitute for legal advice. it is never recommended that an individual undertake his or her own representation in such matters as real estate law, even though most states do permit such activity. any individual who is serious about proper real estate transactions would want to have capable legal assistance. an attorney must be consulted. "this work is protected under the copyright laws of the united states. no reproduction, use, or disclosure of this work shall be permitted without the prior express written authorization of the copyright owner. copyright © 2006 bylawchek, ltd." reduce your heating bills this winter tips for reducing your bill. mark d. tyrol, p.e./battic door energy conservation products 1/9/2005 mark d. tyrol, p.e./battic door energy conservation products homecheck.com vince pundt 1/9/2005 imagine leaving a window open all winter long -- the heat loss, cold drafts and wasted energy! if your home has a folding attic stair, fireplace or clothes dryer, that may be just what is occurring in your home every day. these often overlooked sources of heat loss and air leakage can cause heat to pour out and the cold outside air to rush in -- costing you higher heating bills. air leaks are the largest source of heating and cooling loss in the home. air leaks occur through the small cracks around doors, windows, pipes, etc. most homeowners are well aware of the benefits caulk and weatherstripping provide to minimize heat loss and cold drafts. but what can you do about the four largest “holes” in your home -- the folding attic stair, the whole house fan, the fireplace and the clothes dryer? here are some tips and techniques that can easily, quickly and inexpensively seal and insulate these holes. attic stairs when attic stairs are installed, a large hole (approximately 10 square feet) is created in your ceiling. the ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only a thin, unsealed, sheet of plywood. your attic space is ventilated directly to the outdoors. in the winter, the attic space can be very cold, and in the summer it can be very hot. and what is separating your conditioned house from your unconditioned attic? that thin sheet of plywood. often a gap can be observed around the perimeter of the door. try this yourself: at night, turn on the attic light and shut the attic stairway door -- do you see any light coming through? these are gaps add up to a large opening where your heated/cooled air leaks out 24 hours a day. this is like leaving a window open all year round. an easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add an attic stair cover. an attic stair cover provides an air seal, reducing the air leaks. add the desired amount of insulation over the cover to restore the insulation removed from the ceiling. whole house fans much like attic stairs above, when whole house fans are installed, a large hole (up to 16 square feet or larger) is created in your ceiling. the ceiling and insulation that were there have to be removed, leaving only leaky ceiling shutter between the house and the outdoors. an easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a whole house fan cover. installed from the attic side, the whole house fan cover is invisible. cover the fan to reduce heating and air-conditioning loss, remove it when use of the fan is desired. if attic access is inconvenient, a ceiling shutter cover is another option for reducing heat loss through the ceiling shutter. made from r-8, textured, thin, white flexible insulation, and installed from the house side over the ceiling shutter with velcro, a whole house fan shutter cover is easily installed and removed. fireplaces sixty-five percent, or approximately 100 million homes in north america are constructed with wood or gas burning fireplaces. unfortunately there are negative side effects that the fireplace brings to a home especially during the winter home-heating season. fireplaces are energy losers. researchers have studied this to determine the amount of heat loss through an unlit fireplace, and the results are amazing. one recent research study showed that an open damper on an unlit fireplace in a well-insulated house can raise overall heating-energy consumption by 30 percent. this is truly a remarkable statistic! a recent study showed that for many consumers, their heating bills may be more than $500 higher per winter due to the air leakage and wasted energy caused by fireplaces. why does a home with a fireplace have higher heating bills? it is simple - hot air rises. your heated air leaks out any exit it can find, and when your heated air is drawn out of your home, cold outside air is drawn in to make up for it. the fireplace is like a giant straw sucking the heated air from your house! an easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to install a fireplace draftstopper. available from battic door, a company known for their energy conservation products, a fireplace draftstopper is an inflatable pillow that is installed into the fireplace below the damper. as the pillow is inflated, it seals the damper, eliminating any air leaks and heat loss. other benefits include the reduction of downdrafts, toxins, odors, pollutants, and noise. the pillow is removed whenever the fireplace is used, then reinserted after. completely reusable and available in two sizes to fit any masonry or zero-clearance fireplace, the draftstopper can pay for itself in less than a month! clothes dryer exhaust ducts in many homes, the room with the clothes dryer is the coldest room in the house. your clothes dryer is connected to an exhaust duct that is open to the outdoors. in the winter, cold air leaks in through the duct, through your dryer and into your house. dryer vents use a sheet-metal flapper to try to reduce this air leakage. this is very primitive technology that does not provide a positive seal to stop the air leakage. compounding the problem is that over time, lint clogs the flapper valve causing it to stay open, or a cold breeze can blow the flapper open, allowing frigid air right to come right into the house. an easy, low-cost solution to this problem is to add a dryer vent seal. this low-cost, easily installed vent is mounted on the outside of your house, and reduces unwanted air infiltration, and keeps out pests, bees and rodents as well. the vent will remain closed unless the dryer is in use. when the dryer is in use, a floating shuttle rises to allow warm air, lint and moisture to escape. if your home has a folding attic stair, a whole house fan, a fireplace, and/or a clothes dryer, you can easily, quickly and inexpensively seal and insulate these holes. at battic door energy conservation products, we have developed solutions to these and other energy-conservation related issues. for more information please visit our website www.batticdoor.com or send a self-addressed, stamped, envelope to p.o. box 15, mansfield, ma 02048. all articles other services lawyerslistingslawsonlinelegalconferencehouse listonline insurancemedical online privacypolicy termsconditions disclaimer this site produced and powered by enlightentechnologies incorporated™.copyright © 1994 - 2016 enlighten technologies incorporated™ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, sitemap


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