Remodeling Contractors Tulsa OK

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Home Depot Inc
(918) 583-3400
901 S Elgin Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
F. David Reed
Home Investment Inspections
918-856-2118
1213 N. Aster Ave.
Broken Arrow, OK
 
Paul Dixon
Carpet Renovations
918-232-8679
PO Box 140266
Broken Arrow, OK
 
Moore Ralph J Co Home Bldrs
(918) 836-5368
1349 S 76th East Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
Installations & Remodeling Inc
(918) 808-8145
1430 E 36th Pl
Tulsa, OK
 
Terry Shrum
Aire Serv Of Greater Tulsa
918-627-5292
1429 S 69th E Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
William Patterson
Patterson Painting
918-437-2800
29912 S 4120 Rd
Catoosa, OK
 
Dukes Painting and Repair
9183611506
2268 S Delaware Ct
Tulsa, OK

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Lowe'S Home Improvement Warehouse Of Tulsa-Midtown
(918) 712-8199
4908 E 15th St
Tulsa, OK
 
Affordable Garage Doors
(918) 698-3454
1602 North Norwood Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
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Working with Remodeling Contractors

If anyone knows how to find, hire, and establish a relationship with remodeling contractors, it's Dave Lupberger . We met years ago when we were both designing and remodeling homes in the Washington, D.C. area. He is now an industry consultant, and author of the Turn-Key System for Remodelers program and T he Emotional Homeowner . Through his company, Remodelers Advantage, Dave works with remodeling contractors across the country.

Expert Advice from a Contractor: David Lupberger

Finding the perfect remodeler.

Here are some simple steps to take to find the right remodeler for your home:

Drive around your neighborhood. Most remodelers will post signs promoting their services in front of homes they are working on. Knock on the door and speak with the homeowner. I know of no better source of high-quality referrals than a happy homeowner, so the better remodeler will work hard to leave a legacy of satisfied customers. And you'll find that visting remodeling projects is an excellent source of design ideas.

Talk to friends, or friends of friends. Be bold! The more people you ask, including colleagues at work, clubs, professional organizations, charities, or service organizations, the more names you'll be able to gather. Be sure the people have personal experience with the remodeler they recommend. Six to twelve months after a job has been completed on their home is the best time to ask questions. During that interval their remodelers will have responded to some warranty item claims — an excellent test of their reliability and professionalism. Many folks are overflowing with information from this once-in-a-lifetime experience and are full of stories they want to share.

Yellow pages. You can use the phone book, but are you willing to spend thousands of dollars based on a random lead you get?

Contact the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Remodelers Council at 800-368-5242 ext. 216. The NAHB has published three consumer information brochures in a series: Remodeling Your Home: How to Find a Professional Remodeler Understanding Your Remodeling Agreement How to Live with Your Remodeling Project

These can all be purchased from the NAHB bookstore for $3 each. The purpose of NAHB is to promote professionalism and image within the remodeling industry, therefore association members are more reliable than remodelers who are not members.

Call the local National Association of Remodeling Industry (NARI), 800-611-NARI...

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