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Forward Design Build
8 Reviews
Baseview Cottage
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clear about what the contractor is and is not finishing. 7. What do you subcontract? Things vary by state, but usually a licensed subcontractor does work
sense of how the contractor runs the business and the skills the employees will bring to your project. Check with your state licensing board for specifics
specifics about contractor licenses in your area.
leave the contractor in control of the materials and able to complete the project in its entirety, make sure you discuss it up front. Many contractors will
clear about what the contractor is and is not finishing. 7. What do you subcontract? Things vary by state, but usually a licensed subcontractor does
sense of how the contractor runs the business and the skills the employees will bring to your project. Check with your state licensing board for specifics
“red and grey siding” — chipsbird
Red Rock Pools and Spas and Red Rock Contractors
18 Reviews
MLB Man Cave
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How did you affix the license plates to the wall?
Hi Could you tell me what do you use to make the license plate onto the wall? Thank
We used actual license plates over dark painted drywall over plywood.
which allowed us to screw through the existing holes on the license plates in any location and get a good screw hold. If you are going over an existing
Red Rock Pools and Spas and Red Rock Contractors We had
charm. An entire wall of art was created on this stairway with colorful license plates. Fabulous!
like the license plate wall look
“Man cave” — tpembe1
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
25 Reviews
my office
Ideabooks15,900
Questions11
[in licensing]. There is a big difference between decorating and designing. Any time you are dealing with building codes, there should be a license [re
doesn't think it's necessary to have a license to decorate a home, it's important for an interior designer to have a licensed engineer or architect in the picture
some are innate." Houzz user cjbirk adds, "a license won't make a designer better, but in hiring a licensed designer, the client will be assured that the
Supporters of LicensingInterior design student Jill Roberson Awbrey shares her stance on the issue: "As an interior design student who has also practiced
“colors & style” — sarahjane74
Hendel Homes
27 Reviews
Game room
Ideabooks8,506
Questions9
Hi Could you tell me what do you use to make the license plate onto the wall? Thank you!
under front window - seating with license plates :)
framing, Quiet Rock, added insulation, sound panels and more with your contractor so you can make an informed decision based on cost and importance."More
License plate...Corrugated with license plates...Galvanized walls, license plates...Notice the baseboards...license plates....Cute seating with license plates
“corrugated metal walls” — tgwinterling
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Enivronmentally Friendly
Ideabooks2,037
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will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. o Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business
will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business
There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. •Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business
There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business
There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan.Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business
“ribbon PVs” — anne1959
Stohlman & Kilner Remodeling Contractors
9 Reviews
Basement Renovation in Bethesda
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how won't even respond to my communications. I don't have copy of his license. I paid for a WEDI shower system-that's nowhere in sight! Over $10,000
My contractor left basement remodel 1/2 way through - need ideas!
Contractor works in DC and DE- took money, only
state do you live in? You can always try finding his license number by going to Contractor State License Board and searching by name. Good luck!
Thank you I live in DE... He may not actually have a contractor's license... The more I dig, the more I find I'm not alone in him doing this
“island end deep bookshelf” — mystic818
Buckminster Green LLC
10 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks72,220
Questions43
have the exposed beams like this. My kitchen is gutted. What type of contractor would do this
order, due to similar lead times. Step 7: Get contractor estimatesIf you don't already have a licensed contractor on your project, your next step is to find
timing with your local village. You'll need an architect, designer or licensed contractor signed up to finalize the paperwork and pick up your permits, so get
clients to get at least 3 different contractor estimates. I like to do preliminary walk-throughs with the contractors once the schematic designs are done
review, changes and additions, and then off to the contractor. It's inevitable that the contractor may have to make multiple visits back to the house to
“butcher” — bobmcleg
Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Ideabooks15,256
Questions16
by people in authority or willing to mention their professional or trade licenses, and it is confusing. I understand enforcement, interpretation and local
it satisfies the requirement in some areas, as written or enforced. My licensed plumber reported it as “Ordinary Plumbing” in an existing house, because
to lead, may expose contractors to litigation from them. I suppose, since it is in the building code, that may protect contractors from litigation from
checked, still describes the two-stage, lead-pan system, but a plumbing contractor for the often expanding NY Methodist Hospital, recently told me he does
bathroom or a renovation – just make sure you mention it to your architect or contractor prior to construction.
“Tiles” — aleighbader
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