The Woodlands

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what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.
In MA we have the three day right of recession policy. Our contracts have a Notice of Cancellation document that is in NCR form. The homeowner mails or faxes back a signed copy within three days.  If ... read more
Last edited Apr 12, 2016 7:03am
The roof and foundation of my house needs to be fixed. If I get the roof done first because it is leaking, will it be affected when the foundation is fixed?
Dec 21, 2015
Do your roof first and stop water entry. As a general contractor we see these all the time. In almost all cases the foundation repair can be done at any point even if it means lifting the house and re ... read more

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