Most importantly, Skills, Licenses, and certifications.
Do they have standard quality certification, permits, licenses, certifications, and so on to operate in your state?
You should find out what skills or specialty certifications they possess. It won’t be a bad idea to find out if they have a proper and updated license. Do they have insurance to cover whatever damage may occur by mistake while they are working on the property? No one is above mistakes, even the best in the industry makes mistakes on rare occasions. If such mistakes occur, how would they be taken care of? Find out.
Certainly, Before you sign anything, look at the fine print.
When people hear that a general contractor is charging extraordinarily cheap fees, they jump for joy. They tend to forget that the contractor may have to opt for low-quality products and offer crappy services to break even. The truth is that you will get the value for what you paid for. This doesn’t mean that you should go for contractors that charge outrageous fees. You could consider going for those with competitive pricing in the market.
It is important to hire experienced contractors like us because of the following reasons:
- Above all, we do it right from the beginning.
- Great and useful advice.
- We have the technical know-how.
- Having an expert and truly experienced staff.
- We have a written contract.
- Proper pricing and so much more.
- Most importantly, Design and build according to your budget!
In conclusion: It won’t be a bad idea to know these and more about those that you intend to hire, as they save you from having a bad job done for you. A team that shies away from allowing you to see their previous works definitely has something that they are hiding. You should consider taking a walk. Talk to us today. We will love to hear from you.