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Become A Leading Contractor Referral Service For Those Looking To Hire a Contractor

Once they decide how much you can afford to spend – you can help find contractors determined to help your customers out!. Then comes the fun part: them deciding what they really want. Home and decorating magazines, websites and home-improvement stores are good resources for them to look for ideas. Keep a file folder with pictures of what they like. The clearer their ideas going into the project, the easier the planning will be.

It is important that you select a contractor for them who understands their needs, and works with you both to keep the project within budget. A contractor should provide several choices when selecting materials, products and services, and help you decide on an affordable option.

Here are some questions to get you started:

  • Do you want to keep the existing floor plan or create a new one?
  • Are you altering or working within the current space?
  • What do you like and dislike about your current kitchen?
  • Are there specific materials you would like to use?
  • Which appliances, if any, will you replace?
  • Will you purchase high-end or budget-friendly appliances?
  • How to Find a Contractor

new-cabinetsWith a budget and your ideas in place, it’s time to find a contractor. The best way is to ask friends, neighbors and colleagues for recommendations, because a contractor’s reputation among former clients is the best gauge of his or her work. It’s also a good idea to look at the work a contractor has done for previous clients.

Questions to ask former clients include:

  • Did your contractor finish the job within the budget? If not, what caused the overage?
  • Were you informed of the costs as they came up?
  • How did the contractor handle setbacks or glitches?
  • Was he or she easy to work with?
  • What was the contractor’s crew like? Were they respectful? Did they clean up after themselves each day?
  • If plans changed while the work was in progress, were the changes accommodated, or was the contractor inflexible?
  • Would you hire that contractor again?

Another good way to find a contractor is by having them use your new website website GoToaPro.com!