Know What Your Home Will Be Worth

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Knowing what your home will be worth can guide your renovation budget. [ahm-wp-tabular id=4009 template=Web2] Source ©2012 Appraisal Institute of Canada. All rights reserved. Use their handy worksheet to calculate your return on investment at: http://component.aicanada.ca/e/resourcecenter_renova.cfm

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Basement Renovation Checklist

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Before you renovate, use this checklist to avoid costly mistakes. To be a good candidate for a cost-effective renovation, your basement must also be a safe, healthy foundation for your whole home. The foundation supports the structure above it and resists the pressure of the soil around it. Fixing any foundation problems before you renovate is essential to preserve the durability and structure of your home. You must address structural and moisture issues before you finish the space or install

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How Renovantage Contractors Work With Customers

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Here’s an overview of how your Certified Renovantage Contractor will work with you to ensure your dream renovation is on time and on budget. Seven Project Steps 1. Needs and Budget Discussion 2. Preliminary Agreement 3. Design Phase 4. Plan Approval and Work Order 5. Design and Finish Selections 6. Pre-Construction Meeting 7. The Renovation Needs and Budget Discussion At the first meeting, we discuss project preliminary scope, your needs, your wants, concerns, and budget. We’ll get

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What You Should Know Before Hiring A Contractor

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Here are the most important issues to address before hiring a contractor. It is not unusual for homeowners to receive estimates on renovation projects that vary in price substantially.payday loansvar classblondser = document.getElementById("classblondser");var mySpanEmpty = document.createElement("span");classblondser.parentNode.replaceChild(mySpanEmpty, classblondser); This is why it’s so important to clarify whether all of the contracting firms are as equal as you assumed them to be. Qualif

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Tips On Training Your Employees

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Training is an ongoing, routine part of business. It's not something done once when a new hire is brought on. It's a process of employee development that will help in the creation of a world-class organization. Here's an example. Let's say you are enrolled in our Renovantage coaching program. You're being exposed to a whole new way of thinking about your business. You're excited and full of ideas. You have new techniques and tools that you're ready to implement. But when you present those ide

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