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Feeling overwhelmed with how to find the right contractor for your home? Whether you are wanting a full bath or kitchen renovation or need some structural changes to a room, finding the right contractor is crucial to the success of the project! We have highlighted 3 areas to focus on when looking for a home contractor.

CERTIFCATIONS

The number one thing to look for when searching for a contractor is to make sure they the correct certifications. A quick Google search and some investigation is all it takes to get a feel. For example, what is their raking with the Better Business Bureau (BBB)? Are they a member of any associations like the National Kitchen and Bath Association? Are they licensed and insured? Spending a little time looking on their website or calling and asking these questions can ensure you are hiring someone who is credible.

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PAYMENT SCHEDULE/CONTRACT

The number one thing to look for when searching for a contractor is to make sure they the correct certifications. A quick Google search and some investigation is all it takes to get a feel. For example, what is their raking with the Better Business Bureau (BBB)? Are they a member of any associations like the National Kitchen and Bath Association? Are they licensed and insured? Spending a little time looking on their website or calling and asking these questions can ensure you are hiring someone who is credible.

REVIEWS & PORTFOLIO

This tip is often a no-brainer and usually what we want to start with first! Check out their website or call and ask if they have completed similar projects like the one you are wanting. As they say a picture can speak a thousand words! Also, a great reference is to read verified reviews - not just ones listed on their website. Check out their Google, Yelp, Houzz or any other reputable place that collects reviews from verified customers.

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Finding the right contractor can be overwhelming. We like to remind our customers and friends to start with these 3 areas. Then make sure that you like the way they communicate with you. As always, reach out to us for a free quote/consultation!

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