Hiring a general contractor for your remodel or new construction project is one of the most important decisions you will make during this process. The general contractor is in charge of the entire project, and if you don’t choose wisely it could cause delays and problems with the construction. Here are the top three things to look for in a general contractor.
Licensure and Insurance
Your general contractor should be fully licensed to practice in your state, in addition to having licenses and certifications for the various types of work to be done. They should also have adequate insurance, including worker’s compensation insurance. Ask to see their licenses and insurance documentation before hiring.
Experience and References
The most experienced general contractors are going to be the most likely to get your project done quickly and get it right the first time around. Look for general contractors who have been in the industry for several years. Also ask for references and check them. Getting referrals from people you know is also a good idea.
Experienced and Trained Professionals
Most general contractors will hire subcontractors for specific types of work such as electrical or plumbing. The best general contractor will have several companies that they work with to subcontract such work. They will ensure that any subcontractors are completely professional and fully trained, and they will only hire the best.
If you have an upcoming remodel or new construction project, contact us today to learn more about our general contractor services. We pride ourselves on providing the fastest turn around on the best budget. Contact us today for your estimate.