6 TIPS TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT CONTRACTOR

6 TIPS TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT CONTRACTOR

MEET AND GREET

Having met with the owner and project manager is a serious step towards moving forward on your new renovation. By providing a quote beforehand without first evaluating the customer’s needs in some cases is needed but it should be taken with caution. With so many styles of pricing jobs it’s a dangerous route when one is not properly assessed. In order to be accurate give yourself and the contractor some time to evaluate the entire project scope. Many contractors will need to stop by and visit the location to fully grasp what is needed. There are many steps towards a finalized quote.

EDUCATED

Anyone who’s been in sales knows that educating your customer is a very important step. In a very competitive market some often skip this part which we try out best to always keep our clients in the loop so they’re not pondering our next step. With that being said we provide a fully detailed to-do list from start to finish. You’ll know exactly what day we are installing your sink to painting the walls. This type of scheduling gives you the opportunity to make plans in advance avoiding those days when our staff are doing some of the more ear-splitting work.

QUALITY BRANDS

Our products are vast. We offer our suggestions and you give us yours. Part of our design process consists of choosing the best options for your renovation. In some cookie cutter contractors you’re left with certain brands of products. Avoid this headache and shop all your favorite brands.

QUALIFICATIONS

A serious issue with any contractor is the qualifications. Consider previous work as a first step so you’re able to decisively see what that contractor’s capabilities are. Ensure you’re work is on par with existing work. Ask to see any subcontractor information and permits being obtained. Do your research on those subcontractors and ensure their work is on par to your contractor. If not proceed with caution.

WARRANTY, POLICY & REGISTRATIONS

Warranty, it’s a terrible process, but it’s important. No one wants to head down that route as it’s as slow as molasses. But glance over to ensure you have some form of protection for installations, work compensation and products. Also look into any policy on your project. There are many disclaimers that should be detailed. Be cautious and ask questions. Lastly ensure the contractor has done its due diligences to be allowed to operate their business but checking up on registrations.

ONLINE REPUTATION

Along with your research of all of the above, you should always be looking for reviews and experiences. Keep in mind all points made. With all of that digested you’ll be able to comfortably make your decision to move forward to seek another.