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TheSweeten Makes non-DIY Home Renovations Even Easier

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Home improvement projects are best watched on tv from the safety and comfort of your couch. Renovations are hard work, and so is just finding someone to do the work for you. That's where a site like theSweeten comes in, helping property owners find architects, contractors, and designers who can get a job done with some assurance that you're not hiring a completely unknown quantity off the Internet. The site offers the ability to submit a project idea to a network of site-approved professionals, who will then respond with bids. Here's how it works. It seems like a good way to have your hand held by an experienced partner while choosing renovation professionals. It' is similar to ClickandImprove.com, without the smaller fixed-price home repairs. Still, don't forget to read Curbed University's guide on How to Hire an Architect.
· theSweeten [thesweeten.com]
· Click-and-Pick Home Repair Site Helps The Unhandy [Curbed]
· What to Do When the Listing Says Bring Your Architect [Curbed]