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Home Service Validation System-A Social Enigma

03-08-2018 02:18 PM CET | Associations & Organizations

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Home Service Validation System-A Social Enigma

Home Service Validation System-A Social Enigma

[The “HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM” is a rare American, unexplored, ultra-conservative home improvement contractor screening alternative

Introduction
[Among the leading reasons for most contract-related home maintenance and improvement improprieties in America is that private home decision makers neglect doing the necessary research on contractors. The "HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM" can be enormously instrumental in changing that. It all begins with the "SERVICE VALIDATION FORM"]
There is a website (match heading) where private home heads can learn how to effectively use this ultra-modern document and successfully develop its complementary system in order to decrease by as much as 100% the risks for making hasty contractor selection and hiring decisions. This is the nation’s first standardized residential contract screening system which is predicted to be practiced in all major U.S. geographic regions by the year 2024.]

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.”

Requirements for Query with Minimum 5
When private home heads anticipate authorizing contractor assistance, one of the first things the system emphasizes is residents’ self-awareness of basic natural human tendency or propensity to rush into making decisions premised more on impulse rather than on reason. Historically, decisions based primarily on “impulse” have regularly proven to be major causes of victimization by dishonest factions of home improvement contractors. In addition, it has been daily proven that residents’ chances for getting the specific nature of service they require at reasonable prices by honest contractors are far greater interviewing several before deciding. This system suggests that residents first interview at least five (5) contractor-candidates who are similarly skilled towards the sort of projects to be delivered.

Initial Research/Validation
The “HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM” also recommends that residents’ "initial research" include the 3-factor approach:
1. Word-of-mouth
2. Internet search engines
3. Contractors themselves
Invariably, this approach supports residents’ scouting for contractor candidates who are best skilled for their projects. By inference private home heads are encouraged to be cognizant of the fact that neighbors can tell them anything; internet search engines can be deceiving if not approached cautiously; and often the contractors themselves will tell them anything for access to their funds. Subsequently, residents are encouraged to always proceed with care in the process of scouting for and selecting contractors. Further, residents are inspired to be “ready to reject several” contractors consecutively who do not check out well.

The 10-Minute Meeting
Inclusively, within the present context of the system, encouragement is offered for adopting a process known as “The 10-Minute Meeting.” Although the ideal for limiting the initial meeting with contractor-candidates to 10 minutes is often regarded as arbitrary (interviewing a minimum 5 candidates separately for 10 minutes within an hour!), it is designed to inspire nuances for residents to interview wisely within the shortest expanse of time. This is explained in greater detail upon residents visiting its respective website for the free online home study.

System’s 4-Phase Agenda
There are basically four (4) phases for complete implementation of the system:
Phase 1: Contractor is interviewed while resident escorts contractor around the home/property explaining details about expectations, getting the contractor’s feedback, then giving the contractor a specialized screening document to fill out (Service Validation Form). The contractor is instructed by resident to take it with him/her to fill out and to return on the following day or at some later point. There is also a requirement for the contractor to provide references to a minimum five (5) residents for whom the contractor has done same/similar work.
Phase 2: On the following day or at a later time, the contractor returns the form completely filled out (and signed in the appropriate space) along with the required nature of residential references. The resident then notifies the contractor at that time of his/her intent to connect with the contractor on the following day about a decision.
Phase 3: Resident conducts a proper reputation check/service validation by all legal and publicly accessible data sources/resources to discover if whether or not the contractor can be trusted to deliver.
Phase 4: Resident connects with contractor as promised, with the decision. Premised on the resident’s findings using the system the contractor will be either:
a. Accepted for the project
b. Considered for a future project
c. Declined/Banned
Summary
The “HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM” was developed under the auspices of HGRBS. It is an assemblage of ideas based on credible cause-effect factors offered by a diversity of volunteers and garnered from a number of incidental sources since the creation of the ‘SERVICE VALIDATION FORM” in late 2013. There are no available reports for its use. In this view, the system itself is yet to be “validated” through its reported use and impact. It is mentioned here because of its theoretical potential to equip U.S. private home heads with an effective mechanism for making safer and wiser decisions about contractor-candidates vying for their trust relative to their home project requirements. We will not know the extents to which this controversial, yet-to-be-proven system is complementary to residential progress in this area until those who use or have used it share data to that effect.

*SERVICE VALIDATION FORM: Special contractor screening document created in 2013

*HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM: Ultra-conservative system for contractor screening which is developed around the use of the SERVICE VALIDATION FORM

Edited by E. McLaughlin in association with HGRBS

Public Courtesy – HGRBS – a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation of independent volunteers

HGRBS is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation of independent volunteers. Emphasis is on the rights and privileges of US private home heads to make safer and wiser choices in relation to the people they hire to assist with their special home maintenance and improvement projects.

HGRBS
C. Gordon, Media Relations
1902 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
United States

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