General contractors are the backbone for any home improvement or remodel job.  They typically will pull permits, hire subcontractors, and outline the project to keep costs within budget.

At Angie's List, we pride ourselves on having the best reviews for local contractors to help you find the right professional for your project.  You can see our list of contractors along with ratings or browse general contractors near you to match with an expert quickly.

You can learn more about contractors, general contracting, hiring contractors, as well as general repairs, handyman work, DIY projects and more. It's recommended to get at least 3 quotes before hiring a contractor or signing any contract.  Always check with local agencies for proper licensing and permits.

Bathroom Remodeling

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Looking for ideas to improve your bathroom without actually remodeling? Here are some low-cost ideas.
decorative bathroom faucet and sink
BathroomBathroom Remodeling
With differing tastes and needs, some homeowners choose to design bathrooms for him and her.
Delta Touch2O touchless bathroom faucet
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Need a few kids bathroom ideas? Transform that boring bathroom into a fun space your kids will enjoy with these tips.
Granite countertop with modern fixtures and round sink
Bathroom RemodelingPlanning a RemodelRemodel
Dear Angie: We want to do most of our master bathroom remodel ourselves and get help with a few things, such as the shower pan, wall tile and glass doors. But it seems unless we do a complete remodel, most contractors don't want to work with us. – Deborah C. of Southampton, Pennsylvania
Jordan Giles, an electrician apprentice for Northwest Electric and Solar in Seattle, works to install wiring in a customer's home. (Photo by Mike Penney)
ElectricianHousehold Electricity
Most electricians learn on the job as apprentices under supervision. Learn what questions to ask an electrician before allowing them to work on your home.
 
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