Some of you know that I’m also in the construction industry as a masonry consultant.
The toughest part of any construction job is the finding of contractors. Whether it’s a simple home improvement project or a total home building project, the task of finding a contractor is getting easier all the time due to the proliferation of websites designed to make that task easier.
One such website, findoha.com, asked me to look at their operation.
I found painters, electricians, plumbers, roofers, landscapers, heating and cooling and several other classifications of contractors listed on their site for my state.
Would I use this type of service ? Maybe. If I couldn’t find a friend to give me his recommendation, I consider using an online service.
Do I think that I’d get any educational info or tips from a local contractor ? Absolutely not. So the trade-off is that an online service can help you make an educated decision about the work you need performed.
At findoha.com, there’s a section devoted to education you the consumer, so you can make a good decision about what you need and just as importantly, what you don’t need.
There are so many home improvement articles on there that you’d need weeks to devour all the info in there. From Home Building articles, to the Top 10 Home Improvement Projects, to articles about Electricity and what to watch out for, to Painting tips and a lot more.
You can get an estimate for a particular project from local, licensed, insured and prescreened contractors.
There’s way too much info on finoha.com for me to tell you about in this sponsored review, so you’ll need to click thru to their website and see for yourself just how easy it is to find all the info you need on any construction related project you might get involved with.
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