With over a decade spent on residential and commercial construction job sites, Dan Stout has the hands-on experience to speak to builders, contractors, and homeowners with the voice of authority. Much of his work centers on demystifying the building industry by simplifying construction jargon for homeowners and laying out best business practices for contractors. Dan's non-fiction has appeared on numerous blogs and vendor websites, while his prize-winning fiction has been featured in publications such as Nature and The Saturday Evening Post. His debut novel Titanshade is scheduled for a 2019 release from DAW Books.
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10 Things To Do When You Have Contractor Problems

There's nothing quite like a home renovation that's firing on all cylinders. It's easy to get excited when your contractor is in a groove and it seems like there's constant, positive progress. Unfortunately, most projects have their share of hiccups, and depending on how your contractor reacts, they can potentially bring the project to a screeching halt. Whether you're currently suffering through a poor relationship with a contractor, or just worried about facing that problem in the future, here are 10 ways to nip any problems in the bud, salvage your contractor relationship, and help turn your project around!
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