You’ve had enough and now to give your home’s floor a new look. You already know what you type of floor you want. Your plan includes the color scheme and the type of floor you want. You have even come up with a well-thought budget. But now come the most vital part of the whole flooring process; the flooring contractor. Yes, make sure your plan includes a procedure that will help you pick an excellent flooring contractor. It should be noted, however, that selecting a flooring contractor is not as easy as most homeowners think. 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 even before they visit your home by asking them over the phone. But you should be careful because some may lie that they are insured; ask them to give you documents that show that they are really insured and licensed. If they give you unclear answers when you ask them about their license and insurance status, it’s time to move to another flooring company. The same goes to the team that will be hired by the contractor to take part in your project.
Why should you ensure that they are insured and licensed? An insured and licensed flooring contractor is a sure sign that everything will go smoothly and you will get the results you want.
Ask if They Have Done Similar Jobs Before.
Whether your flooring project involves installation of tiles, hardwood floors or anything else, always make sure the contractor you pick has worked on a similar project before. A flooring contractor may be good in installing, and this may not help p you if you project involves hardwood. Trust me; if a contractor has ever done similar work, they will show you pictures immediately.
Note; if they have never done a simmer work before, move on to the next company.
Ask For References.
If they have worked on a similar project this means that they have a past customer who you can call and ask how they feel about the contractor you want to hire. Ask the past customers if they think it’s a good idea for you to work with the contractor. This is important as it will help you gauge the skill of the contractor and help you know what to expect once you hire the flooring contractor.
Who will be in your home and who will be supervising the project
Make sure you find out who and the number of people who will be hired to carry out the project. You should also make it your business to know who will be supervising the project. What is the importance of the team members? This will help you keep things in control.