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Home Installation Professionals
A BBB Accredited business since
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||Home Installation Professionals
||2107 Witchwood LN
||Lindenhurst, IL 60046-9265
Business Start Date:
||Mr. Brian Weinstock,
||Mr. Brian Weinstock,
||Construction & Remodeling
Services, Contractors-Drywall / Plastering, Doors, Hand Painting
& Decorating, Handyman Services, Heating & Air Conditioning,
Home Builders, Inspection Service, Painting Contractors, Patio &
Deck Builders, Plumbing Contractors, Sunrooms, Windows
||This organization is a BBB
This company has been a BBB Accredited business since September
2005. This means it supports the BBB's services to the public and
meets our BBB Accreditation standards.
This company participates in the
BBBOnLine Program and has agreed to use special
arbitration, if necessary, to resolve disputes.
Based on BBB files, this company has a
with the BBB. To have a
Satisfactory Record with the BBB, a company must be in business
for at least 12 months, properly and promptly address matters
referred to it by the BBB, and be free from an unusual volume or
pattern of complaints and law enforcement action
involving its marketplace conduct. In addition, the BBB must have a
clear understanding of the company's business and no concerns about
The BBB processed a total of 0 complaints about this company in
the last 36 months, our standard reporting period.
This company is in an industry that may require licensing,
bonding or registration in order to lawfully do business. The BBB
encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain
any requirements are currently being met.
These agencies may include:
Chicago Department of Public Health
333 S. State Street
Chicago, IL 60602
Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
As with any business transaction, be sure to read all agreements,
guarantees, and instructions before signing. Do not be pressured
into signing an agreement before you are ready and you understand
all terms and conditions. Make sure all oral promises are put in
writing. Be wary of vaguely worded provisions, exclusions or
limitations which could pose a problem later. Never sign a contract
with sections left blank.
Home Remodeling Contractors
The BBB suggests that you solicit two or three bids for the
remodeling work you are planning. Do not automatically accept the
lowest offer. Make sure all bids are based on the same set of
specifications and materials to be used. Ask for local references
and inspect the finished projects. Check to see if the contractor is
a member of a professional association which has standards for
members. Make sure the contractor is in compliance with all local
licensing, bonding, and insurance requirements, and that any
necessary building permit is obtained.
clause into your contract in case of any
dispute between you and your contractor.
Never sign a blank or partially blank contract. Typically a down
payment of one-third of the total contract price is made with
additional payments made after completion of each phase of work;
final payment should not be made until work is completed and you
have inspected the work. If the contractor arranges financing for
the remodeling work to be done, be sure you understand all aspects
of the financial terms, especially if a second mortgage of your home
is used as security for the remodeling work. You may want to inquire
about inserting an
Quick Check List-
Before selecting a remodeling contractor, you should do the
* Plan your project from start to finish;
* Be specific in explaining exactly what you want;
* Be sure to approve any architectural plans that are involved
before the contract work begins;
* Compare costs before making a financial commitment;
* Discuss bids in detail with each contractor;
* Ask the contractor for local references and find out if he or she
is a member of a professional remodelers association;
* Contact the BBB to learn how long a contractor has been in
* Find out if a contractor is insured against claims covering
worker's compensation, property damage, and personal liability;
* Check with state, county, or city housing authorities to be sure
that a contractor meets all area licensing/bonding requirements.
If you would like to listen to a tip on "Homebuilding
Definitions" 24 hours a day please call the BBB's Tel-Tips line at
(312) 832-0500 and press 8 + # (the pound key) + 1 and key in tip
number 414. The BBB has many other Tel-Tips on a wide array of
topics please call 24 hours a day to hear the menu of topics.
Central Heating Systems
If you would like to listen to a tip on "Central Heating Systems"
24 hours a day please call the BBB's Tel-Tips line at (312) 832-0500
and press 8 + # (the pound key) + 1 and key in tip number 225. The
BBB has many other Tel-Tips on a wide array of topics please call 24
hours a day to hear the menu of topics.
Buying An Unbuilt Home
|Report as of November 24, 2007
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