Remodeling tends to generate a great deal of paperwork. There will be

> magazine pages with ideas and designs you like,

> product information sheets and brochures,

> request for quote forms, estimates, and sheets of information you gather about the contractors you interview,

> contractor comparison worksheets,

> the contract and change orders,

> receipts, cancelled checks,

> insurance policies, and much more.

There are several good ways to keep track of all of the paperwork and receipts associated with a remodel. One ideal solution is to purchase a good remodeling organizer, such as The Complete Remodeling Workbook and Organizer by Dan Fritschen.

Other solutions include an expandable file or a three ring binder with strong pages with pockets for storing papers.