Selecting a Contractor
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
Make sure the contractor you choose is licensed, bonded and insured. We've been licensed, bonded and insured since 1998.
We have a long list of happy clients that we would be happy to share with you. You should always check contractors references. You can gauge how past customers experiences have been with a contractor
before you decide to hire them and determine if they would be a good fit for your personality.
Permits are required for any work that involves mechanical, plumbing, electrical, moving walls, etc. Protect yourself by having your contractor get permits for your project. Permits require contractors to get
inspections on your project and add an extra layer of protection because they are required to be in compliance of local building codes. Inspectors will verify that the work is done properly.
Get Written Contracts
Be sure your contact includes the following information; start and finish dates, written scope of work, a statement of how the contract can be canceled, dated copies of all
drawings and diagrams, one year warranty, and a detailed statement of what the contractor will provide.
Get Lien Releases
Be sure to collect lien releases from your contractor from all suppliers and vendors they use on the project. You should collect final unconditional lien releases from the contractor’s suppliers and vendors
and a conditional final lien release from the contractor before you make your final payment. After the contractor cashes your final check then you should collect an unconditional final lien release from the contractor. If you don't collect lien
releases from your contractor and you pay the contractor in full and the contractor does not pay their suppliers/vendors, then you could be responsible for paying the supplier/vendor.
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