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Choosing a Remodeler

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Sport Nobles Construction suggests that you ask these questions to ask anyone before you let them work on your home!

  • Does the contractor have a permanent business location and a good reputation with local banks and suppliers?
  • How long has he been in business? It usually takes three to five years to establish a financially sound business.
  • Have you called the local Better Business Bureau? They can alert you to any outstanding complaints.
  • Will the contractor provide you with names of previous customers? Ask if they would hire the same contractor again.
  • Have you seen the contractor’s work, both completed and in progress? Check for quality of workmanship and materials.
  • Is the contractor organized? Will he complete your project on time and on budget?
  • Does he return phone calls? Will he show up for appointments?
  • Are you able to communicate easily with the contractor? Misunderstandings during the course of a project can lead to cost overruns and delays.
  • Do you feel comfortable with the contractor? Remember you will be in close contact with him and will share your house with his crew until the project is completed.
  • Will the contractor provide you with a complete and clearly written contract?
  • Will he guarantee his work?
  • Is he involved in continuing education within the remodeling industry?
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