BBB warns of contractor fraud amid roofs' hailstorm repairs
AVOID CONTRACTOR DISASTER Scroll down for the Better Business Bureau of Greater Houston and South Texas' advice to help you reduce the chances of problems by choosing repair contractors carefully.
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#1 Jun 11, 2012
There have been many hailstorms this year and these companies use storms to target their victims. Remember to look for credentials. The UASRC is a Not-For-Profit organization devoted to informing property owners about the storm restoration process. Check out www.uasrc.org for more information or facebook.com/uasrc . Don't be a victim. Our organization requires high credentials for membership.
#2 Sep 10, 2012
As a nonprofit, it is our mission to educate homeowners on how to avoid becoming victims of contractor scams. Before you begin a home repair or home improvement project, please visit preventcontractorfraud.o rg for FREE and valuable information on how to deal with contractors. Don't become a victim!!
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