Apr 28, 2007 10:07 pm
I've yet to find a method of selecting a good builder, but I've found a way of eliminating unsuitable builders. And it's simple. Just type the builder’s name into a forum post and if it shows up as ***** then you know they are not open to scrutiny. I wouldn't use any builder that doesn't open themselves up to scrutiny and I suspect it would be risky to use such a builder.
Re: Selecting a builder2
Apr 28, 2007 10:27 pm
I could not agree more!
The fact that they don't value peoples opinions (good or bad) or allow freedom of speech in an open forum is enough to turm me away from them.
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