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REAL ESTATE: Home improvement jobs, sales on the rise across the Inland region



 

REAL ESTATE: Home improvement jobs, sales on the rise across the Inland region

REAL ESTATE: Home improvement jobs, sales on the rise across the Inland region
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REAL ESTATE: Home improvement jobs, sales on the rise across the Inland region

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After making a lumber purchase, Greg Whitmore says calls for home improvement jobs are on the rise.

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With home prices continuing their double-digit gains in Inland Southern California, a bountiful spring bloom has been forecast for the home improvement…………… continues on Press-Enterprise

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Home Improvement Reminders from the Department of Consumer Protection
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HARTFORD, Conn., May 23 — The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection issued the following news release: With the first long weekend of the season upon us, the Department of Consumer Protection has reminders for anyone planning to hire a home improvement contractor in the next few months.

“Remember that home improvement contractors in Connecticut need to be registered, and that’s a protection for you and your property,” Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein said. “This registration doesn’t guarantee that mistakes can’t happen, but it does give you some financial protection that’s not available if the contractor isn’t registered.”

Whether you are making improvements or repairs, the Department urges consumers to take time to ask friends and neighbors for referrals, call references, and verify that the person they hire is actively registered to work in Connecticut as a home improvement contractor. This includes carpenters, roofers, remodeling contractors, driveway pavers, painters and anyone who installs fences, siding, insulation, windows and masonry, for example.

Each registered contractor is given a wallet card with their Connecticut registration number and expiration date – ask your contractor to show you this card. You can also visit the Department of Consumer Protection’s website at

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