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 Should i tip a contractor?

Answer On One Hand: Contractors Don't Expect to be TippedContractors posting in the DIYChatroom say that they do not expect to be tipped on the jobs that they do. Several of them said that it would be bet... Read More »
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How much contractor insurance should a condo have?

The answer depends on how the contractor is employed by the association. If the contractor is bonded, insured and licensed -- best practices indicate this is the best position for the association, ... Read More »
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What is the difference between contractor sub-contractor?

Term can be used interchangeable . A company can be a electrical contractor if they work directly for the owner of a project. That same contractor becomes a subcontractor when he works for another ... Read More »
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Should you accept the insurance company's contractor or find your own?

On One Hand: Insurance Companies Find Reliable ContractorsIt is in the best interest of the insurance company to find you the best contractor for the best price for two reasons. First, if the firm ... Read More »
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What percentage of the sub contractors should a general contractor make?

ten percent is the most reasonable and equitable number or percentage one might contemplate, keeping in mind the risks and management involved in such endeavors.
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