Home renovation contractor-customer relationship are built on the contract

In the absence of a home renovation written agreement, the presence of grief is much more likely I am willing to bet that you, a family member, friend or neighbour has just completed, is undertaking, or is seriously considering some form of home-improvement project. Although a new home is considered the ultimate "renovation," many homeowners are opting to stay put and give their tired homes much needed makeovers. They value their familiar surroundings, area amenities, scenic vistas or proximity to family. Whatever the reason, they are not moving. The residential renovation industry is one of the key foundation blocks of Metro Vancouver's economy. Consider these impressive statistics for 2010, compiled by Will Dunning Economic Research for the Canadian Home Builders' Association. The data was gleaned from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. and Statistics Canada. There will be $3.5 billion in renovation spending, generating 31,000 jobs and $1.6 billion in wages. Further, $860 million in taxes will be collected by the provincial and federal governments. Read more: Contractor-customer relationship are built on the contract via the Vancouver Sun - Peter Simpson Talk to us about a contract for your home renovation project.
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