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Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough - Natural Decisions? - Even Worse! - Series No.

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Edited Transcript Series No. 10

Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough

(Natural Decisions? – Even Worse!)

[Dedicated to the Private Home Decision Makers of America]

Y’ see, our natural responses to anything upsetting the normal comforts and conveniences is to resort to aggressive action towards re-establishing them as soon as possible. We don’t want that to be delayed for a single second; the sooner, the better. That’s our natural reaction and these are what lead us to making natural, reactive decisions. Yet, although I greatly concur with the sentiment, I’m sort of at odds with pursuing relief from a very uncomfortable situation premised on natural reactive decision-making.”

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*Show Host: R.B. Roberts, National Spokesman – HGRBS

[This is the edited transcript of the BTR podcast episode of “Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough – Natural Decisions? – Even Worse!.” September 20, 2016 . This is the original title.]

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Thanks for joining us once again for another extraordinary episode! If you are a private home decision maker who resides in a free-standing single-family, duplex, or small to mid-sized mansion or estate, and you are in an area which is often prone to natural catastrophe of sorts, please, tune into this episode. It will assist in your continuing to make the right contract-related home decisions in these events. Please, share your revelations with others.

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Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough – Natural Decisions? – Even Worse!

Hi. This is RB, and welcome to another extraordinary episode of: “Private Home Decision Makers, U.S.A. – Road to the Future, TODAY!” Many thanks to you for investing time from your personal schedule to be right here, right now. To me, that’s amazing. But then, when you think of it, amazing people tend to do amazing things.

In this moment, we’re really going to blow through issues concerning the decisions we make when we’re victims of natural disaster. We’re going to do this because how we decide determines if whether or not we’ll get a double portion of that.

A while back, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB, for short) which’s motto is “Fraud Solutions, Now” issued a warning in the aftermath of a very severe hail storm which struck residents of the state of Colorado. And, if you were there at the time, or even if you weren’t, but you live there, you’re all too familiar about the circumstances. And, perhaps, the roof of your own home had been and probably still is severely damaged (more or less than others), and that, in itself, is a very, very pressing and serious matter for you. And, if you haven’t yet selected a reputable contractor or contract firm to troubleshoot the situation (for whatever reason), the warning from the NICB against compounding your residential challenges is to be taken seriously.

Y’ see, of a few things, although the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has its major national investigative office in Des Plaines, Illinois, it’s members are suitably positioned in all key states of our country, and they’re all anti-insurance fraud advocates and facilitators of consumer awareness. In addition, NICB are immensely proactive towards direct action and intervention in matters of risk management and consumer protection with regard to home insurance fraud. Home improvement fraud, where insurance monies are entailed, just happens to fall in that category.

Now, I gather that NICB sort of singled out the hail storm damage in Colorado (not that it was the only one hit in the country) … but, they singled it out because, aside from the state of Texas, there’s no other state in which they occur at such frequencies. Yet, consistent with these hail storms is always the amassing of contractors to bid on home recovery projects.

So, invariably, when it comes to natural disasters, insurance fraud among the private home decision makers so affected in our country, is always at an all time high. This is especially so with relation to contract-related home maintenance and improvement projects.

NICB issued the warning specific to the aftermath of this hail storm that residents shouldn’t be hasty about the people they’re going to hire. In this warning, NICB implied the fact that residents would be visited by dishonest contractors, and summarily ripped if they didn’t do a thorough enough service validation (necessary research process). Granted that there are so many great and wonderful and properly credentialed contractors whom are on the spot even before the storms hit. Some actually live where you live and are likewise affected. So, they just may not be immediately available under such circumstances. But then, there are those who are….and, they are very, very booked. I think you know that. But hopefully, if you’re in this situation, you’ve got that sort of contractor who has got the sort of credentials, experience, and integrity to really get your home back in shape.

However, please, allow me to mention the fact that of all the great and wonderful and properly credentialed contractors there are, there is also and always will be the corrupt element. These are dishonest contractors and contractor-imposters who will take your money then take flight like the calloused buzzards they are. They’ll take your money and leave you flat. They may start your project, but once the money is in their hands, they’ll abandon you and your home project; or, if they get you to agree to schedule your work out for about a week or two, conditioned on some sort of down payment, and when you pay them, it’s the equivalent of a pay off seeing that you’ve unknowingly paid them to take off with your money without even starting. You wait around, you call, you wait around, you call, you e-mail …. And, you still get nothing. On top of that, even if that person or company is inevitably tracked down, you may still get nothing seeing that people who do these sorts of heinous things won’t normally be able to afford it by the time law enforcement catches up to them.

The same can be said with the situation in Florida where earlier this month (Sept. 2016) Hurricane Hermine made landfall. As of this moment, contractors are still very much in the area. So, they’re already well into the recovery projects; others are still bidding on projects; and more are still searching for more private residential contracts. Among these are a few illegitimates. There always are.

Now, with special consideration to the fact this was the first time in eleven years since Hurricane Wilma that the state of Florida was subject to a direct hit, if you’re in the area, you’ve probably noticed more contractors than you’ve seen since that time; if you’re in the area, very likely you’ve been affected by it in one way or another, and it’s going to take a while before you actually get things back in order. [ This is especially so seeing that approximately one month later, Hurricane Matthew was right on its heels]

So, although this is now recent history, the challenges you face are ever-present. No one knows them like you. And, if you’re in the state of Georgia, or in South Carolina or North Carolina, the same came be said. Although you were hit by the residuals (the residual severe storm effects of damaging waves and the rain and all that nasty flooding), it still was and still is a very discomforting experience and a tremendous set back on things for you, as well.

Yet, what’s even more of a discomforting experience, and even more of a tremendous setback, are contractors and contractor-impostors who target you on a daily basis. They’re so moralistically corrupt that many of them are unable to hold down regular jobs. It’s apparent that many of these dishonest people have formed scandalous habits which are very difficult for them to break. And these habits also entail placing the pursuit of money at the highest register of their lives. This means, they apparently place it above having any real concern for your well-being or for the well-being of your family, of your home, or the property on which that home rests. They are whom they are and no amount of hospitality from you is going to change that.

Considering the high probability that you’ve actually experienced or are experiencing your own residential and economic challenges because of all this catastrophic activity and its associated storms, your home and the property on which it rests may still be in tremendous disarray. It could be due to related factors such as massive flooding, fallen trees, washed out and severely damaged roads which makes it difficult to impossible for you to get to work or to get to the hospital or whatever; it could be your windows were blown out or smashed out from flying debris, or all the mud that seeped into your home from the flooding; it could be that your home is so damaged that you require government relief funding ….

And, if your power went out and now you’ve got it back on, you’ve got to probably still replace just about everything: your refrigerator, your oven range, your water heater or furnace; or maybe there was some disruption of your sewage and drainage systems which still haven’t been addressed. Perhaps, you can’t even drink your own water since the bacteria levels are so high that it has become a major health hazard. Of course, as this may apply to you. Maybe the stench from all the flood waters floating nasty things into your home still hasn’t been removed; maybe your whole house has been so affected that you’ll have to replace your roofing and siding(partially or completely).

In any case, please, allow me to generalize this to the extent, that there have been, there are, and there will be other natural catastrophes nationwide. And, even more, there are and there will be more contract-related predations by people who really don’t care about you, your family, your home, or about any of the acreage you’re authorized to possess.

Their primary concern is to trick you into believing they’ve got your best interests at heart (when really they don’t) seeing that they’re going to do anything and everything they can to trick you out of as much money as they can before they head off into the night from which they came; gone under the cover of darkness with your money, and so deep is that darkness that you may never ever see a trace of that money again.

Yet, normally, in disaster situations, your precautions against these high probabilities for being scandalized on your home project hit low tide when someone appears offering contract services. Even more than that, offering these services at an extraordinarily discounted rate. Whether we can afford it or not, it’s a very uncomfortable moment for us. This storm or earthquake or this wildfire or this tornado, has really wrecked and ruined whatever comforts and conveniences we may have had at home.

In this immediate aftermath, this is a very dark and grievous thing. And, this is situationally self-compounded. It’s not just the house; it’s not just the home, but it’s all the great and wonderful things associated with its comforts and conveniences. Now, they’ve been delayed, destroyed, or completely “disfigured.”

We may have small children, and as you know, they’re so susceptible to illness of all types. Your children need warmth, food, fresh water to drink, the safety of your roof over their heads, and most of all, they need you to continually guarantee and to deliver these things on a daily basis. Yet, since your home setting and the comforts and conveniences therein have been so massively upset and flipped upside down, and in every other direction than it normally should be, you’re really not able to deliver on those guarantees …. (At least, not in the way you’d like).

The place where you normally worked could now be wrecked and ruined to such an extent that, presently, you just may not have a job. Your employer has no family plan or insurance for helping you to pull through times like these. There’s absolutely nothing coming in to help facilitate your recovery; the sewage and drainage systems may’ve been knocked out of whack; the toilet may not be working or very probably uprooted; you may have no fresh water to drink or to bathe in. It could be anything.

So, someone comes along in this moment of distress and weakness promising to at least handle something with regard to your major home needs, and he offers a price range that’s very low and very affordable. Your natural reaction will most likely be to really lower your defenses. It’s the press of events. It’s an impulse, and normally we can allow this natural impulse to completely subvert, overthrow, and neutralize whatever senses for reason we’ve got.

Y’ see, our natural responses to anything upsetting the normal comforts and conveniences is to resort to aggressive action towards re-establishing them as soon as possible. We don’t want that to be delayed for a single second; the sooner, the better. That’s our natural reaction and these are what lead us to making natural, reactive decisions. Yet, although I greatly concur with the sentiment, I’m sort of at odds with pursuing relief from a very uncomfortable situation premised on natural reactive decision-making.

Foremost of all, whatever the natural catastrophe, when you’re living in an area prone to it, then it’s an inevitable factor in your life. Consistent with that is the inevitable fact of droves of contractors knocking on your door, ringing your door bell, or just passing by to give you a shout out about their availability for helping to troubleshoot your property challenges … … Some are adorned with hard hats, tool belts, reflective vests, and with prominent name badges dangling from their necks to legitimize themselves and to legitimize their presence.

Whatever it is which normally threaten us and our homes in terms of natural or human-caused disaster, will be around again. It’s the clock work of the situation … … often out of sync with time frames which we regard as normal. In this sense, inasmuch as the very moment it’ll hit isn’t always predictable, the high influx of contractors always is. Many are good guys, some are bad guys, but how can you distinguish between the two? And, that’s the whole point of the situation concerning the decisions you make: Distinguishing. Yet, in order for you to do that flawlessly, it’s crucial that you have an intact handle on your sense of reason.

But massive catastrophe and the resulting passion for getting quick relief or for getting things closer and closer to what they were or even better, is a natural and normal expectation … … And, many of us will respond consistent with this natural and normal expectation when we’re led to believe that the honest and professional-looking contractor (whether that contractor is online or standing in your presence) will aptly facilitate the process.

What this really boils down to is inadequate preparation. It’s not always inadequate advance information or inadequate knowledge of the risks entailed, but, again, it’s inadequate preparation … … And, we can be even more specific about this saying that it’s inadequate preparation for the sort of fortification required to successfully resist taking the risk.

It’s just that many of us aren’t prepared well enough largely due to the fact that we really don’t understand enough about the imminent danger; we’re not always emotionally and intellectually shored up against hiring anyone without first doing a thorough and complete service validation on this person. This is especially so when we’re living in an area which is regularly prone to certain natural disasters.

On the overall, investigations into whom or what’s asking for our business become very, very low priority, when they should be very, very high priority, and the absolute bases for making our decisions. We treat these very crucial ethic for doing very thorough reputation checks or service validations as optional or as just on the extra burden side of things; we treat service validations as too burdensome or as too intellectually demanding to seriously concern ourselves with. However, these crucial service validations into the contractors’ competence and credibility are among the most important aspects for effective protocol in contract-relations of any sort; they’re the most pivotal elements towards ensuring that the person or people looking to work on your property are experienced enough, trustworthy enough, and expeditious enough to deliver.

It’s important that we know, without a shade of a doubt, that these contractors are primarily devoted to successfully completing our home projects or any aspect thereof without bouncing all over the place … or without bouncing out of the situation all together.

On this show, there are several archived episodes which will enable you to avoid being flimflammed in this sort of situation. Of a few conveniently archived episodes of the show, you can freely go to Blog Talk Radio (The show’s podcast facilities) and listen in on:

  • which is a scathing 2-part episode focused exactly on true stories about contractors ripping residents through taking their insurance claim money; we discuss Assignment of Benefits abbreviated ‘A.O.B’ and Assignment of Claim abbreviated ‘A.O.C.’ In matters of home insurance, these terms of synonymous.

Also , in this episode, “When A.O.C. Goes AWOL,” you’ll learn about a close-knit, organized criminal operation of contractors who scandalized more than 3,000 people in various states through receiving thousands and thousands of dollars in insurance claim money per victim, then abandoning the projects they started work on or abandoning residents without even bothering to start. Most of these victims were victims of natural calamities.

*”I Knew Better, But I Didn’t Know” and “Are They Whom They Say They Are ….Or Something Else?” are also immensely informative episodes archived on the show. When you listen to these instead of to the radio while you’re at home doing other tasks or when you’re just relaxing in the back yard or on the porch, you’ll be amazed by how much you actually retain about these very strategic home project priorities. They’ll come in handy.

Now, although all the archived episodes of this show are likewise helpful in your pursuit of making the best possible decisions, I had to mention these 3 since they’re among closest self-help tools towards providing the sort of strategic information you can find very useful in situations of natural or human-made mass catastrophe.

Y’ know? I wish sometimes that more private home decision makers in our country would pay more attention to these sorts of things. Yet, the sad song of the situation, as far as what you’re experiencing in this moment, is that most residents never will. This is a reason most residents in our country aren’t sufficiently prepared against the onslaught of the corrupt element of contractors. They’re not paying attention. However, the hallelujah song of this moment is that you are. It is what it is.

Let’s face it. The demand for rebuilding is post-disaster situations is for immediate results. That’s the natural and normal demand … … and, I don’t think any of us so affected would be normal if we didn’t feel that way. But, whatever the case may be, there’s something else very apparent: Waiting. You’re not going to be through this overnight. You’re going to have to wait for the sort of services you require. So, a primary element to shoring yourself up against natural, impulsive decision-making, is to accept the fact that since you’re going to be waiting, anyway, that same time can be used to do the necessary service validations on the contractors or to delegate them to trustworthy relatives or associates. You must know whom they are, and investigate documentation to discover if whether or not they’re of any good to you in relation to your recovery expectations. [Please, study the episode]

I know you don’t want to wait. But, please, allow me to say that even if you’ve got the funds to authorize the project, you’re going to have to wait until the situation is such that you can proceed; you’re going to have to wait on the business, the suppliers, and on other commercial entities to whip themselves back into shape to accommodate the orders that are already pouring in. It could take days or weeks, but either way you put it, you’re going to have to wait. And, in the time it takes for these commercial entities to snap back to it, and I’m going to say it again, you could be doing your research on the contractors. Internet; government offices; tax department; licenses or registrations; five different personal references.

So, while you’ve got the time to do it or the resources for delegating it out to close associates, friends, and relatives, please, use this time well. And, if the contractors ask for or demand any money upfront, maybe it would serve you well to tell them to go to … … their bank because they’re not getting any from you. If they require any of your money to jump start the project, you may do well to insist that they “jump start” their own money to that effect. It’s not recommended that you do “shopping money” for contractors… .

If they really need your project, they’ve first got to be “validated” to prove their worthiness, then , they’ve got to do their own shopping, use what they’ve shopped for to the intended purpose on your property, then be kindly reimbursed. Then when they’ve done what they said they would do, and you pay them what you’ve agreed to … … they can do all the shopping they like. Not a penny before! Your decision!

Of course, that’s hard line. But, any contractor who’s worth his weight in work and integrity, can afford to do his own shopping without asking or demanding the money from you. But, that’s still your call. Bottom line is that the burden of trust is on the contractor … … not on you … … and , if a contractor can’t trust you to pay him when he’s done, why should you trust him with your money to get it done? You’re not on his property. He’s on yours. It is what it is You decide ! However you choose!

Where’s the work? There’s no work up front? Do the work up front and get paid up front for the amount of work you do up front? That’s a recommended standard for you to have for any contractor. If they can’t afford to front the money for all that’s needed, it’s not recommended that you have anything else to say to them or anything else to listen to from them.

It’s not enough for you to know this seeing that most victims of home revitalization improprieties know a lot of things too … … but in their moment of distress, they suffer from very strange cases of amnesia and paraplegia.

Please, don’t just know what to do and know what not to do. Please, do what you know well enough to do, and don’t do what you know well enough not to, and I assure you that you’ll then make the right decisions, at the right time, for the right people to get the right results.

That contractor doesn’t have to live there … … but you do. So, don’t become another victim, okay? And, again, please, do what you know well enough to do, and don’t do what you know well enough not to. Please, continue to tune in to the archived episodes of this show seeing that these will help you to do what you know you must do on a continuous basis.

After all, success isn’t ever premised on what you “don’t” know, but, instead, on what you “do!”

And, that’s a wrap.

As always, it’s a pleasure and a great honor servicing you!

GOD BLESS YOU, YOUR FAMILY, & YOUR HOME!

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Special News About Our Information Support Resources for U.S. Private Home Heads

*There are several critical information resources which are available to you online and free of charge, without solicitation for donations. These are part of the irrevocable HGRBS “Free Service Policy.” Please, take advantage of any or all of these. Each is especially designed for you to study in the confidence/privacy of your own home towards maximizing your personal leverage and control towards the successful outcome of each and every one of your contract-related home maintenance and improvement projects.

*Protocol & Performance-HGRBS

This is a free online 2-week crash course for private home residents interested in learning quite a bit more than most about successful home improvement strategies in a relatively short time.

Major Benefit: Resident/participant leans more about these matter in 2-weeks than most other residents will learn in a lifetime [In the crash course, residents learn “how” and “why” this is so];

  • Weekly Lessons for the Home-Roberts

This is a free online weekly course offering facsimiles of legal documents which are specific to matters of home maintenance and improvement. For this online course, residents are encouraged (in the privacy of their own homes) to give themselves at least “1 Week” to learn the function, use, and utility of the form highlighted for the week’s study.

Each week, on the study page of the site, there is normally a comparable full-flown pictorial of the document to be studied for the week. The pictorial of the document has a link conveniently embedded where the resident can click on the image for the actual download. For those who have Desktop and Laptop capability, each document can also be printed out on 8.5”x11” bond.

Major Benefit: Since, in contract-related home projects, the use of the right legal forms, at the right time, gives the homeowner maximum control over the nature, conduct, and parameters of the project, there is far greater likelihood that the homeowner’s project wishes will be met or exceeded.

*American Homeowners Fast Track 

This is a very special website which offers invaluable free information for American private home decision makers about making the best possible decisions, for the best possible contractors, for the best possible results on their home maintenance and improvement projects.

The center of this website is the availability of free online booklets/tutorials which are especially customized for each geographic region (state, commonwealth, District of Columbia) on the “Fast Track A” page of the site.

Major Benefit: Private home heads of all major geographic regions of the United States are able to access invaluable information (without cost/without solicitation) customized to only their specific geographic region (state, common wealth, District of Columbia).

*Home Service Validation System… 

This vital website introduces what is regarded as the “Nation’s First Standardized Contractor Screening System.” “Service Validation” is new vernacular for “contractor vetting” or “due diligence.” What is introduced here is an entirely new aggressive approach to screening contractors who are candidates for residential projects. This is also free (without charge/solicitation) to U.S. private home heads.

Major Benefit: Private home decision makers work more responsibly and efficiently towards scouting, selecting, and hiring only the BEST contractors for their special home maintenance and improvement projects.

*Private Home Priorities – Washington

Presently, this is the only HGRBS site which is specific to only the state of Washington. It is invariably for sharing free crucial information and tips with indigenous homeowners in relation to authorizing home maintenance and improvement projects through incorporating the assistance of contractors who work residentially.

Major Benefit: Better preparedness for making the right choices in contract-related matters of home maintenance and improvement.

Special News About Our Information Support Resources for U.S. Private Home Heads

There are several critical information resources which are available to you online and free of charge, without solicitation for donations. These are part of the irrevocable HGRBS “Free Service Policy.” Please, take advantage of any or all of these. Each is especially designed for you to study in the confidence/privacy of your own home towards maximizing your personal leverage and control towards the successful outcome of each and every one of your contract-related home maintenance and improvement projects.

Protocol & Performance-HGRBS

This is a free online 2-week crash course for private home residents interested in learning quite a bit more than most about successful home improvement strategies in a relatively short time.

Major Benefit: Resident/participant leans more about these matter in 2-weeks than most other residents will learn in a lifetime [In the crash course, residents learn “how” and “why” this is so];

Weekly Lessons for the Home-Roberts

This is a free online weekly course offering facsimiles of legal documents which are specific to matters of home maintenance and improvement. For this online course, residents are encouraged (in the privacy of their own homes) to give themselves at least “1 Week” to learn the function, use, and utility of the form highlighted for the week’s study.

Each week, on the study page of the site, there is normally a comparable full-flown pictorial of the document to be studied for the week. The pictorial of the document has a link conveniently embedded where the resident can click on the image for the actual download. For those who have Desktop and Laptop capability, each document can also be printed out on 8.5”x11” bond.

Major Benefit: Since, in contract-related home projects, the use of the right legal forms, at the right time, gives the homeowner maximum control over the nature, conduct, and parameters of the project, there is far greater likelihood that the homeowner’s project wishes will be met or exceeded.

American Homeowners Fast Track 

This is a very special website which offers invaluable free information for American private home decision makers about making the best possible decisions, for the best possible contractors, for the best possible results on their home maintenance and improvement projects.

The center of this website is the availability of free online booklets/tutorials which are especially customized for each geographic region (state, commonwealth, District of Columbia) on the “Fast Track A” page of the site.

Major Benefit: Private home heads of all major geographic regions of the United States are able to access invaluable information (without cost/without solicitation) customized to only their specific geographic region (state, common wealth, District of Columbia).

Home Service Validation System… 

This vital website introduces what is regarded as the “Nation’s First Standardized Contractor Screening System.” “Service Validation” is new vernacular for “contractor vetting” or “due diligence.” What is introduced here is an entirely new aggressive approach to screening contractors who are candidates for residential projects. This is also free (without charge/solicitation) to U.S. private home heads.

Major Benefit: Private home decision makers work more responsibly and efficiently towards scouting, selecting, and hiring only the BEST contractors for their special home maintenance and improvement projects.

Private Home Priorities – Washington

Presently, this is the only HGRBS site which is specific to only the state of Washington. It is invariably for sharing free crucial information and tips with indigenous homeowners in relation to authorizing home maintenance and improvement projects through incorporating the assistance of contractors who work residentially.

Major Benefit: Better preparedness for making the right choices in contract-related matters of home maintenance and improvement.

*Your are cordially invited to tune to episodes of my podcast show especially for U.S private home heads “Private Home Decision Makers U.S. A. … …“ each Saturday evening 9 PM (PST), and to also feel completely free to take advantage of all the additional strategic home ideas offered in the archives on board!

Better Decisions, Better Results!”

 


Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough - Natural Decisions? - Even Worse! - Series No.

"Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough ... ..." primary showcases situation of aftermath where homeowners are earnestly concerned for varying degrees of restoration of their homes and on the rest of their property. For sure, these situations of natural or human-caused calamity regular give reason for distress, desperation, and other anxieties which can either work for or against residents affected. As you may know (especially if you are from a region of frequent natural catastrophe, no sooner than it occurs, you find yourself inundated with all sorts of contractors vying for your attention in order to offer their services. It could be for just about anything. Yet, in storm situations, it is practically just about everything. This is especially so with consideration to those it hardest. However, because there is always the presence of both good and bad guys in this realm of things, it is not also easy to distinguish one from the other. They all look the same. In "Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough ... ...," we investigate very significant ways and means by which to differentiate between contractor candidates who are truly worth the time and attention, and those who are not. In addition, there is a tremendous emphasis on how and why many of us whom are caught in situations such as these, are actually "helpless" against the onslaught of the corrupt element among residential contractors. Most assuredly, it is hoped that once you have really weighed the situation (as it is presented here), that you will be far better informed and far better prepared to be far better able to deflect the overtures of dishonest contractors while at the same time identify and accept the offers of more credible ones, For sure, this work is consistent with this exclusive informational series to your most amazing benefit as an American private home decision maker. Please, download whenever you are ready!

  • ISBN: 9781370815654
  • Author: RB Roberts
  • Published: 2017-05-11 21:35:07
  • Words: 5456
Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough - Natural Decisions? - Even Worse! - Series No. Natural Disasters Are Bad Enough - Natural Decisions? - Even Worse! - Series No.