How to prevent home remodel fraud after a natural disaster
George Miller with Secur/Abilities wrote ASFPM after Florence hit parts of the East Coast. He said, "One of the questions Iíve received the most emails about is how people can protect themselves from home improvement-related fraud. Obviously, most contractors are experienced professionals who know how to run a reliable and trustworthy business. Unfortunately, as with any industry, there are a lot of 'bad seeds' out there who take advantage of hardworking people. Having been asked about this topic so much, Iíve done some research and found some expert advice on how to hire and work with only the best home improvement professionals."
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