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Thread: Builder vs ID

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    Default Builder vs ID

    my brother just got a old semi-d and needs to do some A&A work. but we understand that some ID firm does not have expertise in doing A&A work. does that means we need to get builder and ID separately?

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    i think it depens on how complex the a&a work. some people uses both. i think be it ID or builder i believe they compliment each other and have departments within their organisation to handle all aspect. most important get a reputable ones. as a&a work is important, need to do it safely.

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    Yes, definitely get some referrals from people, otherwise you could have bad work done. When I was renovating my home, I used both a Los Angeles remodeling contractor and an ID, and it worked out well. And usually we all worked together to get the best result.
    Last edited by jerlarson; 2nd October 2011 at 12:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerlarson View Post
    Yes, definitely get some referrals from people, otherwise you could have bad work done. When I was renovating my home, I used both a Los Angeles remodeling contractor and an ID, and it worked out well.
    wah, all the way from LA huh? sure good one lar.

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