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Old 12-16-2014, 08:14 AM   #1
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Hiring a Contractor

The excellent thread/info that was posted earlier is closed, but I would like to add a very important lesson I learned the hard way. Try to get a contractor that is certified by the company and can automatically offer a warranty for the product they install. It is much harder to find a contractor if you live in a rural area like I do, but the product warranty is valid without any questions if you use a product that lists the contractor as one of their "certified" contractors. It automatically keeps the company from pointing the finger at the contractor, or the contractor from pointing the finger at the product. A tactic that is employed by both when it's time to hold them to their promises. You won't be the one who gets


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