The Basics of Florida’s Construction Lien Law

As the prices of real estate continue to rise in the Florida, more and more people are contemplating making changes or additions to their homes through construction improvements. Dealing with a contractor of any kind, especially for a remodel, is often a difficult and uncertain task both financially and in respect to the final result. Before entering into any contract with a contractor, make sure that you are dealing with a licensed contractor. If you are not, then be sure that you know who you are dealing with and understand that you are responsible for pulling permits if necessary.   Read the article…………..


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