How to Find a Vendor
If a volunteer cannot resolve your problem: Neighborhood Falmouth staff will provide you with some names of vendors who have been recommended by NF staff, board members, volunteers, and members. These include handymen, house cleaners, painters, plumbers, electricians, tax preparers, and many others. Members arrange payment for these professional services directly with the vendors.
Neighborhood Falmouth staff and board members are in the process of compiling a list of vendors. You can call the NF office for some advice about finding an appropriate vendor. One of the best ways to find someone to do work in your home is to ask a family member or trusted friend for a recommendation.
The following articles provide some tips on how to find reliable and honest trades people:
Can You Find a Good Contractor Online?: 5 User review websites where you can find remodeling professionals, design ideas, and price guidance. Information from Consumer Reports.
Home Renovation Without Aggravation: Learn how to combat shady contractor practices and avoid common and costly mistakes many homeowners make. Information from Consumer Reports.
Assembling the Right Home Remodeling Team: Know what key players you need—and when you’ll need them. Information from Consumer Reports
Hiring a Contractor: Adding a room, renovating a basement, or doing some much-needed repairs? Finding a good contractor is important — a home improvement project gone wrong can cost you. Consumer information from the Federal Trade Commission.