Tip #5 – Contractor should offer emergency services

Emergencies do occur and they can be an inconvenience to you and your family. For example a tree that was thriving in your property may damage your roof. This may happen as a result of strong winds which may cause a weak branch to fall on your tiled roof. As a result, a few tiles may break or crack. If it started to rain or snow, water will leak into your home damaging your ceiling and attic.

This will contribute to the growth of mold and algae. Hiring a contractor who offers emergency services means they will be available to address serious problems immediately.

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Tip #3 – License and insurance are a must

Let’s face it. Accidents do happen but if a contractor is injured at the work place that is your home and they are no insured, you will incur his or her medical expenses. Furthermore, the contractor may end up suing

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Tip #2 – Choose a local family owned business

Today, it is quite common to find a national company advertising itself as having presence in your local area. Well, this might be true especially if they have franchised their business. The problem with national companies is that they are

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Tip #1 – Research! Research! And Research some more

As said earlier, the internet has made it easier for home owners to find what they want. Be it a baby product like a bassinet to a roofing contractor, all one has to do is key in a few keywords

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How to find a good roofing Contractor

Remember yellow pages. Well if you don’t, yellow pages were a large directory that listed the name of a business and its respective contacts. To find a roofer, all a home owner had to do was peruse the yellow pages

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Kladko Reports

Step by step guide to the Garden State New Jersey is about as compact a state as they come, and its elaborate network of roads makes it extremely accessible. But most of us know only a fraction of it. We

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Eight trail segments, each with its own distinct character…

Is the LWGT bikeable? While most of it is, there are long stretches where biking is either very difficult (e.g. the western half of the Patriots Path) or prohibited (the Essex County reservations along the Lenape Trail). For this reason,

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Its Time for Revitalization

It’s been ten years since Al Kent conceived of the Liberty Water Gap Trail. And it is a vision that remains unique within America to this day: – a trail connecting two national landmarks at each end: the Delaware Water

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HRWW and East Coast Greenway

Starting at Flag Plaza east of the Visitors’ Center at the southern corner of Liberty State Park, the trail follows a short distance out to the Hudson Harbor waterfront and Liberty Walk to go north to the former – Central

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Paulinskill & Sussex Branch Trails

History The Paulinskill Valley Trail and the Sussex Branch Trail are echoes from the past of thriving railroads that connect to the surrounding cultural and natural environment. Passing through the Highlands, Ridge and Valley Physiographic provinces of northern New Jersey

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