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Home Advisor is a top notch contractor referral service. At no cost, you have access to a database of over 80,000 quality contractors across the nation. If you're in need of a home improvement or repair, Home Advisor should be your first stop.

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Angie's List has a strong history of offering a large database of contractor and doctor reviews so that customers can make informed decisions on who they hire as their service providers. In business since 1995, this company has grown into one of the top providers of authentic contractor reviews. Customers can count on over 60,000 new reviews each month.

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Service Live offers a free database of over 30,000 independent contractors. A user friendly website and strong BBB rating make Service Live a good choice for your home repair needs.

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Networx started in 2004 and works to provide customers access to a free database of contractors as well as articles on home improvement projects. The size of the contractor network is not disclosed but we know they have relationships in many of the larger cities of the U.S.

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Quality Smith provides a clean and easy-to-use database of contractors. However, we had issues finding any contractor in some of the zip codes we tested. Quality Smith has a long history of doing good business but might not meet the needs of every homeowner.

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Cal Finder offers a short list of contractors and a limited list of repair and remodel options. We did like the current BBB rating but didn't find much more we liked at Cal Finder.

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KGR Contractors didn't impress us. The charge for an estimate and the lack of forthcoming website information were concerning. We also didn't have a good feel about the lack of BBB rating.

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Handy is not your typical contractor locator site. This company specifically targets providing help with household cleaning and light duty chores. Handy is new to the marketplace and thus far hasn't had a great response to their customer service staff.

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iHome Experts wasn't what we expected. We found the real purpose of their business to be questionable when we called to speak to a representative. The lack of a BBB rating and short tenure were also red flags.

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Across the country, people are looking for contractors every day. When the shower quits working, it's time to replace a window, or you'd like to repaint your house, you need a contractor.

Where do you turn to find a good, qualified contractor? Finding the right contractor to repair or improve your home can be a stressful event. We've all heard of contractors that perform badly on the job and leave homeowners in the lurch.

Today, many people use home repair and improvement referral companies to minimize the stress of finding a reliable contractor. These referral services can be a great way for you to feel confident in your search for a professional contractor.

However, not all contractor referral companies are the same. Before you jump online to find your next contractor, consider the following:

  • Database. How large is the database of contractors? Does the service offer contractors across the nation or is it limited to only specific areas?
  • Cost. Who pays for the referral service - the homeowner or the contractor? Are contractor quotes and bids free of charge?
  • History. Does the company have a long, reliable history of supplying quality contractors? What's the current Better Business Bureau rating of that company? has reviewed and ranked the best contractor services available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right contractor for your home project!

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Contractors, Union in Road Dispute Agree to Meet Snyder

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A spokesman for Gov. Rick Snyder says road contractors and labor leaders have agreed to meet with him next week to try to end a contract dispute that has suspended projects acros...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 16:03:00 GMT

OSHA: $86K fine for contractors in Miami bridge collapse that killed 6

Sept. 19 (UPI) --The contractors responsible for a pedestrian bridge collapse in Miami that killed 6 people in March were fined a total of $86,858 for seven worker-safety violations, the U.S. Departme...

Published:  Wed, 19 Sep 2018 03:39:00 GMT

What contractors need to know about the risks on condo conversions

Over the past several years, there have been a large number of apartment buildings built in the Northwest, and in the Puget Sound and Portland areas in particular. As time goes by, those who are curre...

Published:  Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11:47:00 GMT

Roofing contractors start work at wrong home in Cranston

A Cranston man said his mother woke up to roofing contractors outside of her second-floor window at 7 a.m. Friday, tearing off the house's roof after confusing the address with another home in ...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 16:29:00 GMT

Contractors Fined $86K Over Deadly Florida University Bridge Collapse

Contractors that worked on the bridge near a Florida university that collapsed, killing six people, have been fined more than $86,000 for workplace violations. The Miami Herald reported Tuesday that t...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 01:09:00 GMT

Contractors to LNG developers: Be more realistic about costs

In the wake of delays and cost overruns on several U.S. liquefied natural gas projects, major construction industry players warned developers that they need to be more realistic about the costs they u...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 06:42:00 GMT

The Storm After the Storm: Scam Contractors Who Prey on Those Suffering After a Natural Disaster

WACO, Texas (Sept. 19, 2018) - Following a natural disaster or strong storm like Hurricane Florence, there is usually a second wave of potential destruction - scam artists looking to line their pocket...

Published:  Wed, 19 Sep 2018 09:51:00 GMT

"˜It hurts our whole industry:' Contractors step up after Racine mom loses $3K

RACINE -- Kelly Gonzalez saved money for years. Then, a contractor took it for a job that he didn't finish. It turns out her misfortune wasn't set in concrete -- thanks to a story by FOX6's Contact 6.

Published:  Wed, 19 Sep 2018 20:56:00 GMT

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