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What kind of project do you want done?  
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The complexity of a project increases with each additional trade required to complete it. It is easier to understand how additional trades might increase the management complexity, you think about each as a separate (sub)contractor. For instance, a freshening up a bedroom might take 2 - to paint and put in a new floor. A complete bathroom renovation might need 4 trades to connect plumbing and electrical, tile and paint. A kitchen might need 6 trades to install flooring, cabinets and counters, plumbing, electrical, and paint. A new addition could need an additional 6 more to do concrete, framing, HVAC, roofing, doors and windows, and exterior siding. Construction Conductor helps simplify managing trades.
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How many hours per week can you project manage?  
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Managing your own construction or renovation project takes time, and the bigger the project the more time it will take. A General Contractor can help you manage and coordinate subcontractors, but will require as much as 30% or more of your budget for that service. You can easily save that money by managing the project yourself. You can put tat money back in your pocket, or in to making your project that much nicer. With the right process, resources and support, you'd be amazed at how much you can save and stress you can avoid by managing your project with Construction Conductor.
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What's your level of renovation experience?  
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You should be comfortable with construction terms, means and methods – to a certain degree. While construction is not rocket science, there are many different materials with different assembly methods. Additionally, manufacturers are always releasing new products that add complexity. You need to understand industry terms and talk to contractors. The more experience you have with construction / renovation, the more easily you'll be able to communicate with professionals. Construction Condutcor helps you understand industry terms and communicate with contractors.
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You should hire a General Contractor.
And before you go hire that general contractor or if you have one already, you need "Successful Home Remodeling", a Online Toolbox access, and a personalized Project Kickstarter or Damage Control Session. Everything you need to stay  in control. Go to the Package Page and get yours now.
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You could consider hiring a General Contractor.
Start by purchasing "Successful Home Remodeling" and signing up for yearly Online Toolbox membership access. It's everything you need to get you started on the right foot and keep you there. Go to the Package Page to get yours now.
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    ~ Specialized Calculators, Tips, Tricks & Checklists
     
     
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You do not need to hire a General Contractor.
Make sure you never miss a thing and purchase a copy of "Successful Home Remodeling" to help you keep your project on track. It's everything you need to give you a leg up on the contractors. You can always sign up for the Online Toolbox, Coaching or Consulting later. Go to the Product Page to get yours now.
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