where is a good site to get ballpark estimates on rewiring a home?or plumbing renovation?

Asked by Heplalnk, Indianapolis, IN Wed Feb 8, 2012

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Claire-Anne…, Agent, Indianapolis, IN
Wed Feb 8, 2012
I like ServiceMagic.com - put in your needs and let them come to you. They contact you via email, you answer back with your needs and call if they seem to be a match for your needs. I like to google them and check with the BBB (I'm thorough like that) before I call them. Any good contractor will want to come out and look at the project, and getting an estimate shouold not cost you anything, afterall, they are in a sense bidding on the work to be done.

Good luck!

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Charlene Bro…, Agent, Indianapolis, IN
Wed Feb 8, 2012
I would recommend http://www.mrquikhomeservices.com as they will do free estimates and they do both plumbing and electrical. Check out their website.
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Robert D Hug…, Agent, Devon, PA
Wed Feb 8, 2012
Heplalnk try http://www.servicemagic.com and http://www.angieslist.com Clients of mine and I have used these services with good success. Of course Googling additional home improvement sites may also be helpful. Obviously confirm all craftsman are insured/reputable.

Best of luck to you in your remodel.

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Michael Weav…, Agent, Carmel, IN
Wed Feb 8, 2012
I am not aware of a site that would do that....I'm looking forward to see I'd someone else knows of one. I would think it would be a difficult thing to accomplish with all the variables envolved with each trade. Most places can give you a free estimate, but always ask before you set an appointment, as some places charge for them.
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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Wed Feb 8, 2012
I don't think that such a site exists:
There are just too many variables in doing that work;
you will need to have professionals visit the house and survey the work.
A good contractor won't "ball park" estimates because of the pitfalls; they want to be accurate.

Good luck and may God bless
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