Q: What happens when a materials supplier and a homeowner are not on the same page?
CC 2.0 // photo credit: Erin!
According to Flickr user Erin!, her exterior remodel required multiple tons of gravel to be delivered to her home. What it did not require, however, was that the tons of gravel be dropped just three feet away from her garage door, trapping her husband’s car in the garage!
So what’s to be learned from all this? If you’re going to have materials left at your home, it’s important to be very clear with your contractor or subcontractor about where and when you want the materials delivered. Here’s a great video with detailed advice on how to prepare for construction materials delivery:
To learn what other details you should discuss with your contractors and subcontractors, see the DexKnows guide on “How to Write a Subcontractor Agreement.”