Strategic Residential Studies

4  CRUCIAL  PHASES  TO  EFFECTIVE  CONTRACTOR  SCREENING

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PLEASE STUDY THIS  INTRODUCTION TO THE 4 PHASES, FIRST

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EXCERPT FOR "INTRODUCTION" - 4 Crucial Phases To Effective Contractor Screening

First and foremost, the “4 Crucial Phases To Effective Contractor Screening” are 4 crucial phases of activity recommended for US private homeowners to adopt and
practice before hiring contractor candidates working in the private residential
sector. The 4 phases (steps) entail:


Phase 1 - Mandatory Paperwork for Contractor Screening
Phase 2 - Learning Parameters for Returned Paperwork
Phase 3 - The Necessity of Delay Pending Full Research
Phase 4 – Making the Safest, Wisest Decision


There is a very special guide for each of these phases. Since “Homeowner’s Guide
USA” is a new HGRBS online offering for US private homeowners, each phase (1-
4) will be explained in its own special weekly guide released on this site. Each of
these phases are constituent to the new, ultra-conservative contractor screening
system we know as the “HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM.”  The system offers
a more stable and precise way for making decisions about contractors.


Non-Standard Practice Among US Residents
Among US residents, incorporation and use of the 4 basic phases is, by inference,
not standard practice for most private home decision makers in our country. This
is premised on the fact that in most publicly reported cases of contract-related
failures, interruptions, or otherwise relative unfulfilled matters of home
maintenance and improvement, there was apparently no effective contractor
screening protocol that was followed. We can verify this by listening each time to
victims of dishonest contractors speak to the press.

 

PHASE 1

 

PHASE 2

 

PHASE 3

 

PHASE 4

 

 

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