FORT WAYNE— The Homeowner’s Helper, a free home improvement referral service based in Fort Wayne, is offering a public service to help prevent homeowners from getting scammed by unscrupulous home repair providers—not only in the aftermath of recent storms, but anytime.
Homeowners needing repair work can call The Homeowner’s Helper Home Improvement Fraud Prevention Service at (260) 676-2032 to ask questions about how to find and check out the right contractor for storm repair and any other home improvement jobs.
The Homeowner’s Helper owner and President Tony Messuri said that the free Fraud Prevention Service can help prevent homeowners from being taken advantage of by unethical contractors that come out in droves when homeowners are in urgent need of home repairs—which commonly occurs after severe weather. Summer is also a prime time for home improvement scams, according to the Better Business Bureau.
“We offer some easy-to-follow guidelines on how to find and verify quality, scrupulous, reputable contractors for any home improvement and storm repair project, large or small,” Messuri said.
About The Homeowner’s Helper
The Homeowner’s Helper is a free referral service to assist homeowners in finding credible and competent contractors to complete various home improvement and maintenance projects in Allen County and surrounding counties. Since being founded in April 2011, The Homeowner’s Helper has connected more than 225 homeowners with qualified, reputable contractors for a wide range of home improvement projects. The Homeowner’s Helper network includes painters, roofers, remodelers, handymen, landscape designers, lawn care services, plumbers, concrete workers, deck and fence builders, tree trimmers, electrical experts and more.
The Homeowner’s Helper is a member of the Northeast Indiana Better Business Bureau. For more information, visit www.thehomeownershelper.com or call (260) 676-2032.
Read the recent issue of Fort Wayne Business Weekly for a business profile on The Homeowner’s Helper and owner Tony Messuri!
Don’t get scammed by “storm chasers:” read our latest press release about selecting contractors wisely for storm repair work.