Helping vendors and sub-contractors get paid

As Seen in the March issue of Dallas/Fort Worth Contruction News

Welcome to! As a Texas subcontractor or vendor, do you want to get paid for the work you do? There is an easy way to protect yourself. The first step is to file a Notice to Owner of Unpaid Balance. Either get started by selecting who hired you, or read more at What Is This?.

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