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4 Questions to Ask Your Potential Contractor

Ask these 4 important questions first before hiring your contractor.

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A general contractor oversees a home improvement or renovation project. Acting as a project manager, he or she coordinates work schedules, handles communication between parties, and manages suppliers, to name a few. Simply put, they take care of the technical nitty-gritty of the whole process.

If you're considering working with a contractor in the future, here are initial questions that you need to ask. Jorge Faustino of IDeal Interior Design Services shares these insights and questions that you can take note of.

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