As a homeowner if they are hiring anyone to come into their home they have every legal right to ask for a certificate of insurance,you also have ev...
I start out with both my batterys full charge and then when the 1st dies I grab the 2nd off the charger and stick dead on charger by the time 2nd i...
Have someone with a house spray down the house where you think the leak is located go into the attic and look around for some leaking going on.Ive ...
Ask him for a certificate of insurance,how far out he is,and get a time frame of how long to expect this should take,if he has any other jobs going...
At that $500 if no changes were made to up the cost then yes you are in your legal rights for sure. My question is did you already pay him this am...
It is easy to use and user friendly,I have tried it 2 times to see what it is about.I am a paint contractor. I had to put 4-5 coats on just to mat...
Im not a builder but a paint contractor. In some cases the builder bids out the job as a complete,from all the subs bids. Some contractors will s...
Thats what I would do just like devildog stated,get an inspector tell him what is up and not let anyone know he is an inspector just a "friend" tha...
Without seeing it im guesing it is either a varnish,poly,or lacqueor. I would lightly sand it with 220 grit sandpaper (rubbing it once down and on...
Or try goof-off,or lacqueror thinner just a dab on a rag then should just wipe right off. Sold at any paint stores and any dpots (box stores)
Oh,I live in Northern part of MN and it gets to -40 below here too.Never no problems even when it hits 100 in the summer it never fails to keep eve...
Our freezer is older than this and is a chest type,and has always been in a unheated garage it's whole life with no problems what so ever,so I woul...
This a lot of what is going on up here (we stain alot of it),and so I am a painter and after seeing this go on I decided to give it a try on my lit...
I don't know about anyone else but I like to take the tape off about 1 hour after painting.
You could go to the insulation board and see what they have to say about the price you are being charged.
I would say no because your old drywall has been primed and painted so it can't get trapped in it,I would say clean it,prime and paint it.
You could always sit down with him and gently ask him again why he brought so much insulation and ask if you were charged for all the excess. Anot...