In Basement Remodeling by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019
Tags: contractor, experience, questions
It’s frustrating as a “good guy” contractor to hear stories from family and customers about their terrible contractor experiences. Just this past week I have heard from my mother-in-law and a customer about the contractor that asked for all the money before they were done with the job.
So, now the contractor won’t finish the job and they didn’t build the job right.
This is why contractors have a bad reputation. There are a lot of good contractors out there, so here are some questions to ask the contractors you are interviewing. And then you can make an informed, educated decision.
The answers to these questions will help build comfort in choosing a good contractor. The contractor should be licensed and insured. He should be pulling the permit and be able to give you references for past and current jobs. Do your homework. Be smart and ask the proper questions. Shopping price isn’t always the best decision.