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Hiring Licensed Contractors vs Unlicensed Contractors

What is an Unlicensed Contractor?

An unlicensed contractor is someone who does repairs or makes improvements to your home without the appropriatelicenseto do business in your state.  Typically, unlicensed contractors work for less than licensed contractors because they avoidworker's compensationand liability insurance requirements.

What are the Risks of Hiring an Unlicensed Contractor?

While an unlicensed contractor may provide you with a low price, there are many risks involved in dealing with one:  

Do Black Owned Businesses Get a Fair Shake?

This topic has been up for discussion for decades.  See President Obama's address to the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC).  Here's the link: http://www.bet.com/news/politics/2011/09/25/transcript-president-obama-s-address-to-the-congressional-black-caucus.html

Government Bail Out!

The McGill Group, LLC is now offering a 20% Bail Out on all home improvement projects!!!  

Tax time is the perfect time to use the money that you get back from the government to fix, repair, and upgrade your home. 

Call now for a free estimate 1-800-528-0843!

Banks Are Not Supporting SBA Loan Program???

There are many suggestions/blogs and so forth stating reasons that the banks are not supporting SBA/Obama programs for lending money to small businesses.  I would like to hear from you all on what you believe the reason for the banks not using the $30 billion dollars set aside (taxpayer dollars) for strictly small business lending???

Improved Government Regulations for Small Businesses

President Obama's Executive Order is great for small business!  It kills most small businesses when they have to do Net30 days before getting paid by federal agencies.  Thanks to this Executive Order by President Obama, the government can now pay small businesses on Net15 days.  This is great news for us small business owners.

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Financing Available

The McGill Group is now working with M&T Bank to offer financing to our customers.  Whether it is 203k fix up loan or a loan just to remodel your kitchen.  Call us today and we will estimate the cost and have you complete the loan application!
 

Ways To Save Money with Home Improvements

Ways to Save Money During Winter Months:
 
Each home’s problems are different, but there are some energy efficient recommendations that we frequently make:
 
A. Sealing Air Leaks and Adding Insulation.These are critical first steps to improving the energy efficiency of your home.
 
B. Improving Heating and Cooling Systems.If your furnace or air conditioner is more than 10 years old, replacing it with a unit that has earned the ENERGY STAR label may improve heating bills.
 

Heavy Rainfall in the Metro Area

Homes and businesses are experiencing flooding to basements and leaky roofs due to heavy rainfall in the metropolitan area. Call on The McGill Group to solve these unfortunate issues for you!  Do not hesitate and let the problem worsen, call today!  1-800-528-0843 or visit http://www.metrorestores.com/Contact-Us.html to contact us.
 

The McGill Group Has Received an A+ Accreditation

On behalf of The Mcgill Group, I would like to thank all of our customers for the role they played in helping us achieve an A+ accreditation through the Better Business Bureau!  Thank you all and we (The McGill Group) will not forget about you.