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How To Hire A Contractor


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Contractors are a large part of the construction industry. Whether you're hiring a contractor for a job with your company, or privately as a homeowner, here is what you need to know.

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How To Hire A Contractor

  2. 2. Hiring a contractor can be a tricky part of a business. Who’s the best in the area? How much is it going to cost? How efficient will the project be done? This list will show you some of the best practices for finding and hiring the right contractor.
  3. 3. People you know who have worked on similar projects will be able to tell you who is the best type of contractor for the job. Don’t stop at the recommendations, use this information to do your own research.. Get Recommendations
  4. 4. Look at prospective contractors' previous work and see if it matches your project or has the same type of work that your project needs to be done. Always make sure to check their legal status. You don’t want to be stuck with a contractor who is not financially stable. Do Your Research
  5. 5. Start off with a phone interview and ask them some general questions regarding their previous work and how capable they believe they would be for your project. Interview Your Potential Contractor
  6. 6. Before you start your project it's important to put everything down in writing. That way you know exactly the type of work that you are paying for and should be receiving and the contractor will have the same knowledge. Put Everything In Writing
  7. 7. Many times they will be working side by side with you and the level of interaction will be high. Your gut will tell you if you believe that you will work well with them throughout the duration of the contract. Go With Your Gut
  8. 8. DANIEL  LAMBRAIA 2018 THANKS FOR READING! For more on construction, visit