How To Ensure Your Job Gets Done Right The First Time!
So you're thinking about a major home improvement project? Congratulations!
A well-executed and properly planned home renovation project will increase your enjoyment of the place you call home and increase its resale value. We've all heard the horror stories about home improvement gone bad: unfinished projects, shoddy workmanship, longer-than-expected project durations, final bills that come in considerably higher than quote. The list goes on.
The home remodeling and construction industry gets more complaints than auto repair, according to Better Business Bureau statistics. I'm here to do things differently and restore a little bit of honor to this line of work.
We've always done a good job and treated our customers right -- and we've been rewarded with referrals and satisfied customers. But I've noticed over the years that some consumers will choose less-than-reputable companies to do jobs for them to save a few dollars. Honest competition is a good thing, but it pains me to see consumers get fleeced by unlicensed and fly-by-night contractors.
Industry Standards Weren't Tough Enough.
We wanted to find a way to educate consumers about how to choose a home improvement contractor. The industry standards just aren't tough enough -- and nearly anyone with a hammer and a pickup truck can be a contractor. That doesn't play well for consumers, so we've pioneered a set of standards called the Code of Ethics & Competency for Contractors. The Code calls for contractors to uphold a high set of standards that will allow you to vet the reputation of a contractor before signing over a single dollar.
In this guide, you'll find information about the right questions to ask and how to dig a bit deeper to evaluate the trustworthiness and reputation of any installation professional you're considering for your next home remodeling project. You can navigate the guide using the menu to the left of this page.
An Ounce Of Prevention.
It's been said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When the stakes are high, that saying is even more true. We hope that by reading this guide you feel more prepared to evaluate home improvement contractors and make the best decision for your family. Have questions? Call. I want to hear from you.