HIGH COUNTRY GROUP LLC

High Country Group LLC was founded in 2016 with a primary focus of making a difference in peoples lives. Currently our company is in its infancy, but by 2017 we expect to be a top tier competitor in the industry. Customers will testify that We provide relief options that produce results. Come check us out for yourselves. Show more

High Country Group LLC was founded in 2016 with a primary focus of making a difference in peoples lives. Currently our company is in its infancy, but by 2017 we expect to be a top tier competitor in the industry. Customers will testify that We provide relief options that produce results. Come check us out for yourselves.

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I'm thinking about remodeling my kitchen, but have been cautioned to build in a substantial "cushion" for change orders. What is a change order exactly?
Jan 16, 2015
Glen offered a very accurate and thorough answer to the question. The only thing I would add to it is the importance of receiving a detailed construction contract from your contractor. This should lis ... read more
What areas of a new home should you pay special attention to during the 30 day warranty walk through?
I'd expect that you have a warranty longer than just 30 days. Probably at least 1 year, right? I'll base my answer on that premise. In the first 30 days, you should look for things that are incomplete ... read more

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