I have many degrees from YouTube University. One of my most recent “degrees” is in boulder retaining walls. One contractor does a good job of teaching viewers the difference between a well-constructed and a poorly constructed wall. He explains why contractors build it a certain way (cost; ease) versus what the consumer desires (quality; durability). In his videos, viewers see all the failing walls he’s paid to fix because the boulders weren’t placed correctly the first time. He’s ... Read On >
Whose fault is it when the fundraising auction fails?
Over the last two years I renovated my house. I purchased windows and five major appliances as part of the remodel. Nothing was cheap -- the cost of some of these purchases hovered around the price of a car. Shortly after the sales process was complete, I started getting sales calls, asking me to buy extended warranties. All these conversations got me to thinking -- if one of these appliances or the windows start to give me problems, I may have a hard time knowing if the problem was ... Read On >