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  1. Fireplace & Chimney Maintenance Information by Bob L. Davis Escrow the Funds. Do not under any circumstances pay the professional any other way than through the escrow of the agency. The agency can handle the funds, and the release of the funds. If you have a written agreement with the professional that spells out the project, once the project is done, the funds should be released. If the professional is unwilling to release the work to you before payment is released, choose another professional. A reputable professional with a good track record won't worry about getting paid, they'll worry more about your project. If it is a large project, you may have to schedule releases of payments based on performance, but I strongly oppose any form of prepayment. The agency can always step in and arbitrate the incident if there is a dispute. Put a Time Limit on the Project. Ask your professional if the timeline you have proposed is reasonable. In most cases, I don't think it is necessary nor reasonable to put a penalty on timed projects. But if you do, you should also build in a bonus program of the same amount if the professional delivers early. But I do strongly believe that you should agree upon a time limit for when the project should be completed. Do Not Tolerate Excuses. If the professional begins the project with excuses for delays, issues with the project that they did not forsee remind them that the project plan is in writing, and you will not tolerate excuses. If they see that you are too flexible, they'll put you off and work on the other projects that are making more noise. Reward the Professional and Take Responsibility. If you have caused the delays, or changes in the project, admit it to the professional. If you have changed the project or timeline, volunteer to pay additional funds for the changes. It will go a long ways towards getting a better project, and developing a long term relationship with the professional. Make sure you are doing backups of the work that is being done. If they are modifying existing work, make sure you have backups of the existing work BEFORE they begin the project. And make sure you do a trial run of the restore process before you actually have to. Because that is a bad time to discover it did not work.... http://wedidreviewforyou.com/teds-woodworking-review/ https://supplementsbureau.com/old-school-new-body-review/ https://diethours.com/nuculture-review/