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👀 6 home improvement scams and 10 ways to avoid them

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Questions about financing your next home improvement project? Contact Scenic Community Credit Union or your financial institution.

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Your home is your most valuable asset, so finding a qualified professional who can help you tackle your home improvement to-do list (at a fair price) is important.

Unfortunately, there are scammers who promise to do the work, but end up damaging your home + your wallet . How can you tell a trustworthy contractor from a con artist?

Scenic Community Credit Union shares:

  • Six types of home improvement scammers
  • Six red flags to watch out for
  • 10 ways to protect yourself*

Spot the scam

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