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Is a fill-in-the-blank construction contract reason for concern?

If you've ever been a part of the new construction of a home or decided to do a renovation project with the help of a contractor, chances are you've had to sign some sort of contract that included terms and conditions specific to that project. Because of the nature of contracts though, these agreements between parties can be as simple or as complex as you'd like them to be.

Homeowners should know what pipes are in the walls, plumbers say

Do you know what kind of pipes your builder used in the walls of your home? If your home was recently built or you helped with the construction, you may have answered yes to this question. But if your home in several years old, then you may have answered quite differently.

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