Estimates, Bidding & Pre Construction Work for the Professional Remodeler
Get Paid for Your Time answers this question. If you don’t think charging for your remodeling estimates is possible and you wonder if the client you just gave an estimate to will give you the okay to do construction, you have chosen a great resource that goes over how to earn money while your clients learn if their project is feasible. The Process introduced in the book “Get Paid for Your Time” enables you, a remodeling professional, to get paid for Pre Construction time invested with the homeowner.
Get Paid for Your Time is a quick read that teaches:
How getting paid for your time helps your clients.
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Knowing the Questions to Ask & Seeing Your Expectations in
Writing – Before Construction
Well-documented construction specifications eliminate a potential “he said/she said" situation which can create a very uncomfortable relationship between the homeowner and remodeler. This book will explain how to identify potential areas of concern and the questions to ask before starting construction.
In addition to the construction specifications, there are other potential pitfalls that can happen throughout construction. Identification and discussion of these items prior to the start of construction can dramatically affect the outcome of your project and create a peaceful relationship between you and your remodeler.
Conflict-Free Home Remodeling is written for homeowners considering a remodel or addition to their home and also for the professional remodeler. The Remodelers Companion Notes for the Conflict-Free Home Remodeling Process gives the author’s commentary, for the benefit of the professional remodeler, on how to effectively and successfully apply each and every step of the Home Remodeling Process with each of his or her prospective homeowner clients.
The Professional Remodeler's Guide to Setting Homeowner Expectations While Avoiding Lawsuits
In addition to the construction specifications there are other potential pitfalls that can happen throughout construction. Identification and discussion of these items prior to the start of construction can dramatically affect the outcome of your project and create a peaceful relationship between you and the homeowner. In this version of what is also referred to as General Conditions, over 60 potential areas of conflict are addressed, both from the homeowner’s perspective and remodeler’s perspective. Sample clauses can show remodelers and homeowners how to avoid disagreements.
Getting paid for you Pre Construction time is one of the main focuses of REMODology. This short book reviews at what points in time during the Pre Construction planning you should ask to get paid and how much you should be paid. Sample worksheets for all payment phases act as a checklist, helping you account for and get paid for all of your time.