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How to hire safely for home repairs this winter
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How to hire safely for home repairs this winter


Mask wearing is an absolute must when contractors work in your home.

With the onset of winter, the threat of COVID-19 is an even more important factor in our lives. But home maintenance never quits — at some point you're going to need a plumbing, electrical or HVAC emergency to be repaired, and this kind of work requires bringing someone into your home.

Consider these six steps to protect yourself, your family and your workers when you need home services.

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