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Fixr.com provides cost guides, comparison guides, trends reports, articles, and custom illustrations to help users gain a deeper understanding of home-related projects.
Fixr.com content is written by cost researchers and writers with provable experience in the home improvement industry, and constantly reviewed by industry experts.
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Fixr employs a team of specialized writers and cost researchers who are subjected to a rigorous selection process, where they prove not only their experience in the home remodeling industry but also their research and writing skills. Most have worked as contractors, designers, interior decorators, and architects for years, and they use a wide variety of professional resources, which are listed below.
These writers and researchers work closely with the editorial team at Fixr.com, who also have experience in the home remodeling industry. Our team edits, proofreads, and checks that all the prices and information at Fixr.com are consistent and provides all the necessary information to homeowners and potential home buyers.
Once the guides and articles are written, their credibility and comprehensiveness are strengthened by the reviews and feedback of our industry-leading experts, who ensure that our content is accurate, up-to-date, instructive, and backed by current research.
Our editorial team also works closely with the Fixr.com network of 90,000+ local contractors, who provide a unique source of information for our cost guides. When contacting contractors and local service providers to ask about prices, we choose cities where the cost of services are in line with the U.S. national average, such as:
Ithaca, NY; Sarasota, FL; Cincinnati, OH; Dayton, OH; Iowa City, IA; Montgomery, AL; Tyler, TX; Houston, TX; Rochester, NY; Atlanta, GA; Birmingham, AL; Austin, TX; Dallas, TX; Tulsa, OK; Durham, NC; Marietta, GA; and Raleigh, NC.
This means that we do not show local costs for sites that are significantly more expensive than the national average, such as New York City, NY or Boston, MA, or cheaper like Omaha, NE or Harlingen, TX.
The information provided by our cost guides comes from a wide variety of sources, including our own cost data, specialized books and websites, published cost studies, U.S. associations, websites and reports from the U.S. government, literature reviews of DIY websites, contractors and subcontractors, material suppliers, material price services, and other vendor websites.
The content management team ensures that all the sources used at Fixr.com contain evidence-based information produced by individuals or organizations with credentials or relevant experience. Here is a full list of all the sources:
At the end of each cost guide, we include a question asking if the guide is helpful. If you need to know something that is not included in any of our guides, please click our no button and tell us what the guide lacks. We will update the guide as soon as we have the answer to your question.
Many contractors and users have already used this tool to let us know what they think, and together, we are improving our services. Thank you for your continued support.