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When you search the directory of meangreenlist.com, you may be provided with an online list of contractors in your area who may be interested in working on your project. Also, when you submit your project details or inquiry and provide your contact information, the staff at meangreenlist.com will attempt to find contractors in your area who may then contact you directly. However, we do not guarantee that we will be able to find a contractor or contractors that will meet all the requirements of your project.
We do not recommend the services of any particular contractor. It is up to you to enter into a contractual relationship or agreement with a contractor or contractors. We do not guarantee or warrant their performance on the job or the outcome or quality of the services rendered.
We make a good faith effort to verify the credentials of our Member Contractors; however, we make no guarantees and we make no endorsements regarding the skills or the quality of the job that they may perform for you if you choose to hire them.
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