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The 7 Most Common Remodeling Project Complaints

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The 7 Most Common Remodeling Project Complaints

Design Build Pros shares the seven most common complaints homeowners express during a remodeling project.

September 15, 2014

These include a project not having a concrete schedule, or the homeowner ending up managing the project him or herself. Not included in the list is the equally frustrating interaction among family members during a remodeling project gone awry when the contractor isn’t around.


If you have a past remodeling experience that was unfavorable, head over to Design Building Pros to share your story, and read more about what others have to say.


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