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The most difficult part of any renovation is managing contractors.  Most in the business are honest and responsible.  But no one would deny there are a few bad eggs.

Here’s an article that can help, by discussing a ‘reiterate-and-confirm letter’.

Did you know that you can create a binding agreement without securing the other party’s signature? A simple letter that I call a "reiterate-and-confirm letter…"

It’s from a book called The Homeowner’s Guide to Managing a Renovation, by Susan Solakian.

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