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Home Episode 111: The Litmus Test of a Good Builder
On this week's episode of The Build Show Podcast, Matt goes deep into what makes a good builder.

What makes a good builder? What are Matt's red flags? What is the singular consideration for building a solid, well-built house that will last?

Matt talks about the things he looks for on a job site, his go/no-go line for hiring or recommending a contractor, and what he believes is the most essential thing a builder must deal with to be "good."

What is your litmus test?

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