Thomas Jepsen is a Danish economist with a MSc in Accounting, Strategy and Control from Copenhagen Business School. He is the founder and CEO of Contractor Quotes, a growing platform that helps connect homeowners with contractors as well as providing them with all the home improvement related information relevant for their project.
Since 2011, Thomas has been involved in the home improvement industry through different functions including consulting them on their business strategy, and he reviews a lot of the articles featured on the platform to ensure accuracy.
Having been involved in home improvement for so long, his main goal is to inspire better transparency in the home improvement space by making a range of different things more accessible to the homeowner to better ensure that they get the home that they want, while staying within budget and improving the amount of money homeowners can hope to recoup as a consequence of their efforts.
2019 Wyoming Contractor Licenses: Requirements, Lookup & More
In Wyoming, all contractors (except for electrical) are licensed on a city level. As such, you need to check the licensure requirements established by your local government to determine the steps you need to take to become a licensed contractor. To check local listings and obtain contact information, you can go to this site: http://wyomuni.org/members/... Read More
2019 Tennessee Contractor Licenses: Search/Lookup, Electrical
Whenever a project has a value of more than $25,000, contractors in Tennessee are required to obtain a license. Read on for more information on the different situations and why it’s important that you stick to those rules, and why it’s important for homeowners to also only hire contractors that work within the rules. Are... Read More
2019 New Jersey Contractor Licenses: Requirements, Search/Lookup
Similar to other states, the State of New Jersey has its own set of procedures and requirements on how to obtain a contractor’s license. That said, there’s a ton of information you need to sift through and it can be a tad overwhelming to make heads and tails out of them. Pssst! We have made... Read More
2019 Maryland Contractor Licenses: Search/Lookup, Home Improvement
Situated near the nation’s capital, Maryland ranks as the 4th state with the largest percentage of federal workers in the U.S. With a population of more than 6 million people, the state of Maryland boasts a bustling economy, reaching a median household income of $75,847 in 2017, up 2.4% from 2014. Homeowners — we know... Read More
State by State Contractor License Requirements
Contractor license requirements vary state by state, and what applies in one state is therefore not necessarily the case in the neighboring state. Where some states require general contractors to have a license, others don’t, or they might simply be regulated at the local level – again a state by state determination. Homeowners — take... Read More
2019 Montana Contractor Licenses: Search/Lookup, Plumbing & More
Contractor license rules are often pretty difficult to understand as they often vary not just by state but even by county level. To give you a better understanding of the license requirements in the state of Montana, we put together this article. We strive to keep it as accurate as possible to help both contractors... Read More
2019 Alabama Contractors License: Requirements, Search, General
Contractor license requirements are a complicated landscape to navigate, and those of Alabama are no exception. Different states have different requirements, and this article seeks to clarify the need for contractors to have licenses in that specific state, hoping to aid both aspiring contractors and homeowners doing home improvement. Homeowners — don’t spend time going... Read More
2019 Arizona Contractors License: Requirements, Search/Lookup
Contractor licenses are regulated in the state of Arizona, and this applies to everyone, regardless of whether the contractor is an individual or a business. The regulation surrounding the Arizona contractor license requirements are many and hard to keep track off, which is why we’ve put together this extensive guide on the topic. Homeowners —... Read More
Decorative Brick Wall Done the DIY Way
If you’re someone who wants to have faux brick walls in your living space, you’re right on trend. This easy and simple solution is great for those who are renting a place and can’t damage the walls, or those who just don’t feel like ruining the foundation of your home to build brick walls from... Read More
What Can Silver Be Used For?
If we talk about precious metals, it is inevitable that we will mention silver. After all, it is the most famous one next to gold that is commonly used in jewelry-making. You might even have one or two pieces of silver jewelry yourself. Silver is one of the best-known elements. But aside from being used... Read More
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