Building wrap is a very important part of a new home, and it needs to be installed according to the specific instructions from the manufacturer. This can be slower and a bit more tedious than some construction crews prefer, but it is the only way to do it and get excellent results.
When a construction project runs behind schedule, it can cost the property owner a fair amount of money. For instance, perhaps the business that the building is being constructed for is fairly seasonal. By running four months behind, the owner misses the season, misses that income and then has to open the doors during the offseason when there is just not much business. You can imagine how problematic this is for a young company.
When the time comes to find a contractor for your bathroom remodel, kitchen remodel or to finish your basement, you will want to find the best out there. Don't settle for a contractor that doesn't come with strong recommendations from trusted people close to you. If you do, you very well could wind up begging them to come finish the project. Here are some common signs of a poor contractor so you are not out of luck with your project.
Construction disputes happen more often than many people realize. The fact that you don't hear about a lot of them is due to both parties resolving their issues before they reach the news. Construction disputes can occur on any type or size of project, from the construction of a shed to the construction of a new skyscraper. So, how do you resolve a construction dispute in Florida?
No matter where you look, you are bound to find something being built, renovated or torn down. This is the world of construction, and it is always moving in Miami and the rest of Florida. The industry is so important that there is a position at every construction firm known as the construction manager. Not many people really understand the role of the construction manager, even if they have hired a construction company.
You wanted to hire a contractor to do some work on your home. You set a deadline and gave him a budget. The contractor agreed and signed a contract with you.
Imagine that you're building a home or having work done to repair the one you own now. You make a contract with the construction company to get the work done in a fair amount of time and for a reasonable cost.
Any time there is a structure that has damage, it's important for someone to report it and for that damage to be repaired. This case is a horrifying example of what can go wrong and why it's so dangerous not to fix problems with structures quickly. Those who died in this case likely left families behind who now have to deal with their losses.
If there's a construction defect affecting a property you own, you'll do anything you can to make sure the person who caused it fixes it and compensates you for your trouble. That's what's going on in this case in Florida. According to a recent news article, Icon Brickell has filed a lawsuit against John Moriarty and Associates of Florida along with 20 subcontractors.
Contractors and adjusters have a responsibility to their clients. They should provide bids for the work they will perform that match with industry standards. They should hold to the contracts you have. They certainly should do high-quality work on the budget they agree to.