Protecting Homeowners Through Renovation Education
Expert Interview Series with Jody Costello About Educating Homeowners and Contractors To Help Avoid Disputes, Mistakes And Lawsuits
Featured Expert in the remodeling section of the Exceedingly Comprehensive Guide To DIY Home Improvement For First Time Homeowners. Check it out!
Interview with the BBC.com on what to do when things go horribly wrong.
US NEWS and WORLD REPORT : How To Deal With A Bad Contractor
The New York Times “The Hand-Me-Down Home”
BlogTalk Radio Interview with Denice Newton on “After Thoughts”
BlogTalk Radio Interview with Hollis Chapman
10 Most Important Tips Before Doing A Home Renovation
Renovations On Sale
“some less than scrupulous remodelers may cut corners to come up with that low bid or else leave off charges that they may tack on later…sites like ContracorsFromHell.com…can also provide valuable insights.”
Hiring A Contractor Is A Hands On Job
Fox News Affiliate New York
June 2, 2008
Building a Defense for Consumers: Spot lighting ContractorsFromHell.com
by Jordan Rau, Times Staff Writer
Bill would End Gag Clauses That Stifle Victims Who Sue
Contractors Board Falls Into Disrepair by Jordan Rau, Times Staff Writer
Homeowners are upset that regulators can’t better protect them from bad builders.
Unfinished Business: A Contractor’s Lien Over Disputed Fees Can Stop a Homesale or Refinancing by Jeff Bertolucci
Second Efforts Seek to End Contract Gag Clause Rule
by Moly McDonnough
Group wants end of clauses preventing complaints to regulatory agencies.
Contractors From Hell by Ken Lee
Four homeowners share their cautionary tales of home remodeling nightmares with yours truly as the lead story.
Get It In Writing
by Jeffrey Rothfeder
Shoddy work, vague contract verbiage and our remodeling nightmare highlighted in this issue of TOH.
This Remodeled House by Linda Stern
Our home remodeling nightmare starts off this article in Newsweek.
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