10 Questions to Help You Hirethe Best Kitchen/Bathroom Contractor
Seeing business license numbers on your website or business cards isn’t enough. You need proper proof with your state contractors licensing board who will verify if a local contractor’s license is current.
Insurance and bonding is your “insurance” that if they perform less than acceptable work or leave you high-and-dry, you’ll be covered.
If one of their workers is injured on the job or a neighbor injures themselves from their equipment the contractors liability insurance is liable so your homeowners insurance is not on the line. Covering their employees is the law, failure to have it is proof your contractor isn’t as reputable as they seem.
If you’re a remodeling other areas of your house a general contractor is fine. If your remodeling a kitchen/bathroom, you need a contractor with specialized kitchen/bathroom experience so nothing is overlooked.
Your manufacture-supplied items will have their own warranties, but the builder should offer a written warranty of their own to back their craftsmanship.
You deserve to schedule your life accordingly so it shouldn’t be a mystery.
The construction zone should be safe and tidy at the end of every workday.
Whether it be flooring, cabinetry, glass/mirrors or appliances , installers should be certified – proof they’re educated, trained and experienced.