So how do you find the right contractor for you?
I would start by asking friends and relatives to see if they have had any building work done recently. See if they are happy to recommend the builders they used. Don’t just trust their word though, ask to see examples of the work their builder has done You also have to consider their Safety Equipment, whether it meets the standards. because you won’t want a small obstacle to delay your plan.
You may find that what a friend or relative thinks is good artistry may not be up to the same standard as your expectations. You do not have to tell your friend or relative that you think the job has been carried out to an unsatisfactory standard; they may be pleased with the work that has been produced. Just be polite and take the builders number and don’t call them, this will prevent any unnecessary arguments and friction.
It would help if you inspected any work being recommended by someone as we all have different standards. If the work looks fine, question the person making the recommendation to see if the builder was easy to get on with, did he turn up for work on time, did the job run to schedule, was there any problems or incidents that they were not happy about. You must still check the contractor out for yourself, do not just go with the recommendation blindly.
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