Source of Above Tips: http://www.kalb.com/home/headlines/Attorney-General-Jeff-Landry-warns-of-potential-flood-scams-372239882.html
I appreciated your comment about assessing your need for customization and seeing if you have needs beyond what a “Cookie cutter” home can offer. I would imagine that knowing the answer to that would make it much easier to make the decision on whether to hire an architect or drafting service. I would imagine that if you were in doubt you could always consult with a drafting service and see what their opinion was.
It is helpful to learn that one should always get the contract and any changes in writing and make sure that both parties sign when it comes to working with a flood damage contractor. I did not know that any changes needed to be initialed by both parties. I have also heard that it is wise to speak with past clients about provided work before committing to a specific contractor’s service.
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