6 Questions To Ask Your Contractor When Remodeling a Bathroom
Are you tired of looking at the same old bathroom? Are you thinking about remodeling it? Remodeling a bathroom can take a toll on your pockets therefore, it is important to get the right contractor and ask him the right questions to get your money’s worth.
Another thing to remember is that it also consumes a lot of your time so make sure you are prepared to lose the usage of your bathroom for a while.
1. Ask for samples
By viewing your contractor’s samples, you can tell the quality of work of your contractor. Moreover, ask for the prices of the samples so that you can assess the cost as well. This will help you make an informed decision when comparing different contractors.
2. Ask for their experience
Experience results in the best quality of work. Professionals who have expertise can easily provide better customer service than their newer counterparts. You can check for the experience of a company through their website or by giving them a call. If you want to dig deeper, check out the services they offer and how they have grown over the years.
3. Ask about their licensing
This will help you filter out any ‘shady’ contractors from actual qualified professionals. Good contractors are supposed to have insurance as well so you should check that too. For more information, you can visit your local authority on this matter. If you are not sure where to reach then you can try visiting your local city hall.
4. Ask for deliverable times
This is a really important question as it gives you a clear idea on how long your bathroom will be out of service so that you can make necessary arrangements beforehand.
This also helps reduce any disagreements over the time taken if you have preestablished deadlines.
5. Will they promise satisfaction
This will guarantee that the work they do is backed up by their word. Not only that, some contractors issue warranties for the work they do. This allows you to have peace of mind that even if something goes wrong, your contractor will be there for you.
6. Who will you be dealing with
This is important to know as the people you meet initially will most likely will not be the ones working at your house. By knowing who will actually be working you can check if that is someone you would like to work with and in the case the company needs subcontractors to work on specific parts of remodeling then you will be aware of who that will be beforehand.
Summing it up
There are endless number of questions that you can ask your contractor. We suggest asking as much as possible as that will give you clarity and will result in what you really want because by asking questions you are telling the contractor what matters to you.
If you are still unsure who to work with for you remodeling, contact Ultimate Cabinets & Interiors for all your remodeling needs, not just limited to the bathrooms!