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Safety, less cost and better aesthetics on a home improvement project may rest in the hands of an expertFull Story
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Therapist, financial advisor, mediator — for the price of a single good contractor on your remodel, you're actually getting 10 jobs doneFull Story
WORKING WITH PROSWhat Is a General Contractor?
Understand what a general contractor does, as well as reasons to hire one for your home remodeling projectFull Story
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A construction pro shares how he stays up on the latest smart home tech and how doing so benefits his businessFull Story
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Help your home renovation go smoothly and stay on budget with this wise advice from a proFull Story
WORKING WITH PROSHow Much Does It Cost to Hire a General Contractor?
General contractors may charge for pre-construction services and offer fixed-price or cost-plus construction contractsFull Story
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Forget a fleet of solar panels (for now). These ideas can make your home a whole lot greener when money or time is in short supplyFull Story
BEFORE AND AFTERSMy Houzz: Minimalist, Airy Style in a Chicago Family’s 1950s Home
See how these homeowners resolved their layout design dilemmas in a midcentury split-level houseFull Story
HOME OFFICES5 Things You Need in Your Home Office
These essentials will keep you comfortable and productive no matter the size of your workspaceFull Story
WORKING WITH PROS8 Pros You Need on Your Team for a Well-Maintained Home
Do you have a painter, plumber and gardener you can trust? Find out the essential home service pros to knowFull Story
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