What to Look For in a Contractor and Where to Look

Guidelines for Finding a General or Specialized Contractor

Resources available for finding a Reliable Contractor

Always look for a Contractor that lives and runs their business in close proximity in your area.

Make sure Contractors know where the job site is located, extent of renovation/ remodeling, expected budget, and desired start and completion timetable.

When Interviewing a Contractor

Take the time to discuss details. This will show you the contractor’s demeanor. Ask to visit the current job site to observe their work style, workmanship, and how they interact with others.

Be thorough in your wants and expectations; be willing to comprise for the purpose of project success. Have a clear picture of your completed project. If you have taken the time to prepare, you won’t be changing your mind through out the project adding further expense and delaying your project.

This article is for informational purposes only and does not contain or convey legal advice. The information herein should not be used or relied upon in regard to any particular facts or circumstances without first consulting an attorney.

Contact Information

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    Uniontown, PA 15401

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    Local: 724-437-8877
    Fax: 724-437-4977