WHY DO YOU NEED TO HIRE A GOOD GENERAL CONTRACTOR?
The appeal of a smaller contractor is enticing to some clients. They’re often going to come with a lower price tag, a sooner start date or be able to work with technicians outside of their network such as friends/family of the homeowner. These contractors often bid using time and materials rather than fixed pricing based on advanced project planning. On paper, this seems like a great deal because it protects the client from paying more than they needed to. There are examples of this benefiting the client ultimately, but there is far more risk when renovating a home than simply paying too much.
HOW TO FIND A GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Risk management is one of the most important factors of project planning, and precisely why Kitchen & More is able to routinely complete contracts to the client’s satisfaction. The full completion of the contract is the single deciding factor in whether the client has an overall positive experience with their project. To accomplish this with minimal risk requires a thorough plan including all work and materials, and must take into account any outside factors that could affect the project cost or timeline, such as permits. This plan allows for greater efficiency in both task scheduling and buying power which reduces the overall cost of the job. By offering all the necessary services to complete the project, a full-service contractor will have all of the information necessary to accurately predict the overall cost of the project and present that cost upfront. Any good contractor will tell you that nothing is 100% certain in home remodeling, but with a complete plan and the experience to execute it, Kitchen & More can provide the most protection possible for our clients and their investments.