I’ve Selected a Contractor. Now What?!

  Plan your Project Carefully Consider your budget. Find pictures, styles, and products you like and write down brand names and models. Show them to your contractor. “High quality faucets” may mean something different to you and your contractor.  Talk about what you like and do not like. Get accurate plans or blueprints. Study them carefully to make sure they show your project accurately. Approve the completed plans before the...

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How to Choose a Contractor

  Selecting a New Mexico Licensed Contractor Make sure the contractor is licensed with the Construction Industries Division (CID). A contractor’s license is required for any business or individual which bids on a project, or does construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or remodeling. Some examples are painting, paving, roofing, carpentry, siding, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and general building work. Verify the validity...

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The Remodelers Council (RMC)

What the Remodelers Council Means to You This article was published in the 2012 Remodelers Council Home Remodeling Guide. The Remodelers Council (RMC) is a combination of professionals, including licensed contractors and industry associates, including service providers, suppliers, manufacturers, specialty trades people, financial institutions, designers, and many others.  We are a network of people who believe in integrity, quality materials...

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