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We will request a payment on a weekly basis detailing the completed task on the project; if you have any the question once you receive the invoice, please let us know as some as you receive because our scope of work and plan is also tide to the on-time payment completed by the customer. Think of the project process as a vehicle and the draw request as fuel; our work is scheduled to be funded and completed synchronizing performance and payment. Please feel free to make as a necessary question as possible about our process because is in our best interest to complete your project as efficiently and fast as possible. Final payment will be also required at the completion of the project.
Home improvement can be unpredictable at times. Sometimes projects become pricier when unexpected problems arise. We work with change orders along the project if this occur. We will let our customer know if a change order would be necessary.
The best source of information will be people who have used the builder for their own pool. We will provide you with a list of referrals, and then you should call the customers on the list and ask about their experience. Visit pools built by Avatar Contractor to get a firsthand feel for the quality of our work. Not all builders are the same. Many cut corners on stone work so they can move on to the next pool. Look at examples of our work and work by other companies. You may also wish to check with the Better Business Bureau to see if there are any unresolved complaints against the builder.
The U.S. Department of Energy recommends every 7—10 years using mineral insulation such as cellulose, fiberglass, etc. There are several reasons: -The first reason is that the R-values will diminish when the insulation settles down, kind of like a sponge. You see, the tiny holes in insulation are what traps the heat or the cold. Once those holes are full they cannot absorb any convection heat, as when a sponge cannot hold any more water. – The other reasons range from traffic, dust, moisture, and workman such as cable or phone installers who have moved through and stepped on the insulation in your attic, crawl spaces, or basement, thereby packing it down and reducing its ability to insulate effectively.
Every inch of batt insulation is equal to R-3, unless it’s more than 20 years old. For example, if you can see the floor joist (typically 2×6’s), that equals to R-18. For blown-in cellulose it is R -. Be sure to pay attention to the floor duct work. Lift the duct work to see if installers actually blew insulation underneath the ducts. Most commonly you will see insulation on vertical walls or the tray ceilings that have completely fallen down or never were installed properly.
On a 90 degree day, here in Georgia, attic temperatures can climb as high as 140 s to 160 degrees. What is recommended temperature for your attic on the same 90 degree day? You never want your attic to get above 120 degrees.