You have been planning for this for a while and now want to change your home’s floor. You have a picture in mind of what you want. You have thought of the type and the colors that will make lend your floor the look you looking for. And maybe even the amount of money you going to spend. But you forgot to include one thing in your plan; the flooring contractor. Yes, make sure your plan includes a procedure that will help you pick an excellent flooring contractor. But coming up with the procedure that can help you pick the right flooring contractor is not a walk in the park. You have to follow a specific procedure to do it right.Think of these things.
Is the Contractor Licensed and Insured?
Yes, license and insurance should top your lost. You can do this simply by asking them over the phone. Doesn’t stop there; make sure they produce documents that back their claim. If for any reason there are signs that they are not licensed or full insured, run! The same should apply to the subcontractors they come with.
Why should you ensure that they are insured and licensed? Well, it’s a way of verifying that the contractor has the necessary training; you will also be at peace knowing that they will take responsibility is they destroy anything in your property.
Ask if There examples of Similar Flooring Projects that They’ve One Before.
Regardless of the size of your project, always make sure that the company you choose has a rich portfolio. If they have never worked on a similar project before, you will most likely not get the results you want. If a Flooring contractor has a rich portfolio, they will gladly show you project pictures and any other evidence to back their claim.
Note; if they have never done a simmer work before, move on to the next company.
Contact Their Previous Clients.
Contractors with rich portfolios will have pas customers that you can contact to verify that the contractor is skilled as he/she claims. Ask past clients about their experienced and if they recommend the service, you should go ahead and work with the contractor; tell them to send you pictures of their floors. Asking this will help you know what you are getting into.
Who will be in your home and who will be supervising the project
As a home owner, you want to ensure that you know each and every person that will be hired by the contractor to work on your property. Ensure you know the names and the skills of the people that are will be in charge of your project. Why are the names of the team and the people that will be in charge important? This will help you ensure that your property is safe and your project will be completed on time.