Remodeling.com, a new website launched on January 20th of this year quickly facilitated an upsurge in home improvement projects across many different states. This made the website an up and coming competitor to other home improvement middlemen like Angie’s List, Porch.com, and a few others. —
How It Works
The website works by matching homeowners who submit their project details with specialized contractors in their city – contractors who bid on listed projects or have special offers and discounts already placed on the site’s open platform.
Once a homeowner finds their deal, or a contractor is willing to do a job, they can then message each other using the website’s open communication platform to discuss more details concerning the project. The contractor then provides the homeowner with an estimate, and after they set a start date for the job, the homeowner pays for it using the website’s secure escrow account. Upon receiving a payment, the contractor can generate an invoice which, like the estimate, is generated using the website’s free tools.
The contractors found on Remodeling.com specialize in roofing, home siding, windows installation and replacement, remodeling of all kinds, home security systems, furnaces, boilers, heating and cooling control systems, solar systems, insulation, plumbing, electrical, cleaning, cabinets, handiwork, flooring, and painting.
A brief rundown of Remodeling.com's process of finding the appropriate contractors for homeowners:
1) Go to Remodeling.com
2) Complete a straightforward short list of questions
3) Get consultation and estimates from top contractors in that area.
Just like any other home improvement project, the form submission process of finding window contractors is easy to complete and effective in categorizing homeowners’ window installation and replacement needs to better match them with contractors who offer those services nearby.
Single-hung, double-hung; bay or bow; hopper, tilt-and-turn, fixed, picture, awning, and sliding windows are all included as part of all their contractors’ catalog of installation and supply. A homeowner looking for any window style of any material, color, or quality glass-glazing will find what they need here.
To know what to expect from Remodeling.com’s variety of windows available, one can visit this article on Eight Types of Home Windows.
Homeowners can now find exactly what they’re looking for in terms of replacement window contractors and others all in one place.
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