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How can homeowners avoid costly mistakes when doing home improvement projects?

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Criss Maple, Division Manager & Local Partner

The two costly mistakes homeowners make in doing a home improvement project are buying on price, rather than value, and looking at home improvement project as an expense, rather than an investment. When you do it right you’re going to increase the value of your home, protect your family’s health (a bad project can actually put your family’s health at risk – water damage could cause mold, for example), reduce energy and maintenance costs and increase comfort and pride in your home. Make sure you have a contractor relationship you can trust for the long-term.

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