A face-to-face interview with your choice of contractor is one of the most crucial things you can do before carrying out home improvement. This gives you a clearer idea of just how professional and dependable a contractor can be while establishing confidence and effective communication. An interview also offers the perfect opportunity to ask them everything you need to know.
- 1 Must-ask questions for your contractor:
- 1.1 1. Do you have a contracting license?
- 1.2 2. How long have you been in business?
- 1.3 3. What can you tell me about your products?
- 1.4 4. Do your products come with solid warranties?
- 1.5 Related Posts
Must-ask questions for your contractor:
1. Do you have a contracting license?
Of course, you want to work with a contractor who has all the necessary credentials to ensure they are eligible to perform home improvement work in your area. Having the applicable bond and insurance with workers’ compensation and liability coverage helps, as well. This way, you and your investment is protected should anything go wrong during the project.
2. How long have you been in business?
Another crucial factor to keep in mind is the contractor’s experience. Choose one who has already worked on numerous projects, like Woodbridge Home Solutions. For more than 25 years, we have been fulfilling the exterior home improvement needs of our Kansas and Texas clients. Whether you need new siding or replacement windows, expect our highly experienced crew to install them perfectly right the first time. In fact, we’ll eliminate the potential for mistakes that can lead to additional costs and unnecessary property damage.
3. What can you tell me about your products?
The quality of a product, whether it’s a patio door or window, greatly affects just how well it will perform and how long it will last. Make sure to ask your contractor about their products’ features.
Take a close look at our Woodbridge Classic patio doors, which come in hinged, French, and sliding options. They are made of heavy-duty vinyl frames and steel-reinforced door panels for extreme durability. Our insulated vinyl siding, meanwhile, has an attractive wood grain finish and a protective coat of polymer for a rich and fade-resistant appearance.
4. Do your products come with solid warranties?
Make sure to check the warranties included with the products your contractor offers as they add an extra layer of protection to your investment. When you work with Woodbridge Home Solutions, for instance, you’ll have access to transferable lifetime manufacturer warranties and workmanship guarantees for your greater peace of mind.