Nation’s Most Extreme Contractor Vetting System for U.S. Private Homeowners
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Seattle, WA - May 26, 2017 - [Among the primary reasons for most contract-related home maintenance and improvement improprieties in America is that private home decision makers neglect doing the necessary service validations on contractors. Why? There are a few reasons. They are under-informed, under-prepared, and under-strategized.
Fortunately, there is a resident-friendly website “Home Service Validation System” by which private home heads can now permanently be rid of this stark vulnerability.]
Through the “Home Service Validation System” developed in association with HGRBS, residents will learn how to effectively use this simple but controversial home improvement alternative for successfully decreasing by as much as 100% their risks for making hasty contractor selection and hiring decisions.]
This controversial website is premised on what is known as the … …
Universal Law of Home Project Success & Failure
“The leading reason for most successful contract-related home projects is that residents ‘do’ thorough enough service validations on contractors; the leading reason for most unsuccessful contract-related home projects is that residents ‘do not’ do thorough enough service validations on contractors.”
Etiology of the System: “Service Validation Form”
The “Service Validation Form” was developed in late 2013 in association with HGRBS. Its original design was to be used to immensely discourage uninvited door-to-door traffic by persistent contractors. Premised on basic knowledge of ethical practices of rightly credentialed contractors who worked regularly in the private residential sector, it was known that those contractors who did not have “all the paper work in order” were those whom were the most likely to engage in such badgering behavior. Among these were clandestine social deviants, desperate under/unemployed workers, and otherwise competent contractors with extraordinary personal challenges and unqualifiable recent references.
It was discovered that an incalculable number of illegitimate contractors (herein referred to as “door-to-door contractors”) were (and are) literally indiscriminate about their approaches for convincing unsuspecting private home heads to authorize them for special home maintenance and improvement projects. A major symptom of these contractors having such predispositions is the dynamic of repeated, uninvited solicitations among same residents.
Fundamentally, the “Service Validation Form” was originally conceived(since there are more extemporary advantages ) to be used to discourage these sorts of wanton and aggressive repeat visits to uninterested residents. The principles of this document are regarded as situationallyy, qualitatively, mathematically, and legally correct.
Invariably, the “situation” is that of U.S. private home heads faced with the challenge of being rid of or at least dramatically reducing the incidence of repeat visits from the same contractors whom they have declined.
The “Service Validation Form” was created and serves, primarily, as a root panacea towards enabling applicable residents to resort to effective means for the aforementioned elimination/alleviation of such occurrences. Yet, the added benefits are that it also serves as an effective basis for deflection of mainly door-to-door contractors and contract-related solicitations by those knocking on their doors for the first time.
In order for the “Service Validation Form” to be effective, there had to be a “system for application.” It is common knowledge that forms (in themselves) are only “representations” for a wide diversity of preferred actions relative to the inherent intents of those forms. It follows, that without action consistent with what these forms are designed to represent, such documents are worthless.
Therefore, in order for the “Service Validation Form” to be of any notable worth, there had to be (and, there is) a comparable system. In addition, there had/have to be continually related action for implementing and developing that system in order for it to be actively useful towards the purpose(s) for which it is formulated to serve. Here enters the “Home Service Validation System.”
Subsequently, the “Home Service Validation System” is sparked by the existence of the “Service Validation Form” and by what the form represents. It has been developed and is implemented consistent with meeting residential demands towards making the safest and most effective decisions about contractors (in general).
The effectiveness of this system is based on common cause and effect (mathematics) deeply associated with human interaction in relation to the law. This, of course, being relative to one’s being in a legally leveraged position.
Succinctly, each private home decision maker in the U.S. is in a legally dominate position by virtue of being the private home head. Anyone who does not live there or has no right being there can be cited for any variation of “trespass.” However, the sort of trespass considered in the implementation of what is residual to the “Home Service Validation System,” pertains to un-welcomed contractors, especially, after violating any expressed warning from the private home head to stay off his/her property.
This aggressive millennial system enables residents to achieve more legal leverage and family safety through incorporating mandatory contractor pre-hire prerequisites to home policy (house rules). This part of the system suggests that residents offer each uninvited (or invited) contractor a “Service Validation Form” to fill out elsewhere.
*Accompanying the form is a numeric instruction sheet (Page 2) for the contractors to follow as a very simple and credible guide to that effect. Contractors’ ability to follow the instructions perfectly is also a well-shrouded competence test. It requires independent individual initiative, attention to detail, and the sort of focus required for any home project. And, each line is NUMBERED to match the NUMBERED lines of the actual form (Page 1).
In this case, contractors are required by the resident to return the form completely filled out on the following day or at some later period. Also, another part of the system is for contractors to submit to the resident, along with the 100% completed form, a current listing of five( 5) recent residential references for whom contractors have done the same or similar work.
The complementary increased legal leverage for the resident’s successful decline of their services is garnered in several ways (of others):
1. Contractor objects to filling out the form;
2. Contractor does not fill it out completely;
3. Contractor does not produce the required references;
4. Contractor provides false information.
Most door-to-door contractors are illegitimate. Most door-to-door contract-related sales personnel are legitimately on the payroll illegitimate operations . The “Service Validation Form” is the first line of defense against them since it helps the resident to:
a. Identify whom and what they really are;
b. Accumulate spots of useful personal information which can be used against them;
c. Be rid of clandestine fugitives from justice and other “invisible criminal elements;
d. Gather information about scandalous contract firms “working” the neighborhood;
e. Have insurmountably more legal leverage for discouraging uninvited revisits.
No doubt, there are quite a bit more advantages for U.S. private home heads which can begin through the use and customization of the “Service Validation Form” and through tailoring the resulting system towards their own individual needs. Of course, this is premised on their opting to incorporate the system into their house rules governing the scouting, selecting, and hiring of contractors.
In America, today, there is no standardized intact contractor vetting system of this impact. This is apparently the nation’s first standardized residential contractor screening system of its nature. The prediction is that the “Home Service Validation System” is aptly positioned to be practiced in all major U.S. geographic regions by the year 2024.
*Inquirers can feel completely at ease to visit the actual website for more information about the optimal advantages from incorporating this “Home Service Validation System” as a new priority among their most cherished and guarded “house rules.” There are no fees.
This Free Service Offering Prepared by R.B. Roberts, Submitted by D. Marshall in association with HGRBSSource : D. Marshall
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