Sandy Griffis is the Executive Director of Yavapai County Contractors Association. For more information visit: https://ycca.org
The monsoons have brought hundreds of phone calls and, I kid you not – hundreds! I am going to sound like a broken record, let me repeat, and let me refer to what seems like my constant and probably annoying repetition of this statement: Do not start work or hand over any money without an executed and agreed upon contract!
Hi readers and column supporters. For all of you that travel on Highway 69 through Prescott Valley, through the intersection of Navajo and/or Robert Road — what have you noticed new on the signal lights?
There is probably not another scam artist attraction that homeowners fall victim to more than a roofing disaster. With the hailstorm that occurred in the Prescott area on Sunday, July 11, it is very easy for fraudulent roofing companies to prey on unsuspecting homeowners.
Friends, it has been a week of laughter, smiles, hugs, and tears. Attending emotional events for two wonderful human beings that contributed so much to our community and are and always will be a legend forever.
Considering the unyielding rains and heavy winds associated with the Arizona monsoon season, it is no wonder homeowners experience roof leaks and shingle damage.
Due to this hot daytime weather we are having, the cool evenings and not wanting to wear out our air conditioning (A/C) system, we are concerned about indoor air quality. We are thinking about installing a whole house fan system. What are your thoughts?
Over the past three weeks I have met with several homeowners to review their “bids” for services such as painting, roofing, HVAC and even a new home build. As a gentle reminder, it is not always price that you should be concerned with in reviewing your estimates.
From the grape vine, we expect the hot lumber market to persist, keeping both prices and volatility elevated. The cycle that we are in is here for the foreseeable future.
Monsoon season – love it or hate it – it’s here. Now is the time to prepare. Here are a few tips to get your home ready for the rain, wind, dust and hail that will be headed our way soon.