HomeownerConsumer Tips

Be wary of prices that seem too good to be true

Prices that seem too good to be true, usually are too good to be true. 

Many homeowners have regretted their decision to act on a “great deal” that turned into a bad deal. Some of these “bad deal” companies provided low-quality work or used substandard materials, while others engaged in questionable business practices like tax dodging, working without insurance, or using illegal workers. Some of the companies raised the price or added items that were not included in the original price, after the homeowner was committed.