Disaster Masters Restoration offers a wide variety of remodeling services:
- Complete bathroom remodel
- Complete kitchen remodel
- Family room addition
- Carport to Family Room conversions
HGTV Tips for Selecting a Good Remodeling Contractor
Ask for referrals: word of mouth-hands down, is the best way to find a qualified professional to tackle the job. Ask relatives, friends and neighbors whom they've had good experiences with. And ask what made it a positive experience, how the contractor handled problems and whether he or she would use the same contractor again.
Look at Credentials: With recommendations in hand, do some preliminary research, whether it's with a phone call or a visit to the contractor's website. Find out whether he or she holds all the required licenses from state and local municipalities. Look for contractors who have invested in course work and passed rigorous tests to earn particular certifications. Be aware, however, that not all certifications are created equal. Do some homework and find out the requirements.
Interview Candidates: Narrow down the list of contenders and setup meetings. Try to keep it to three contractors, because things can get confusing beyond that. How a contractor answers questions is extremely important, but communication goes both ways. Candidates should ask plenty of quesitons too.
Check references: Ask to see some of the contractor's projects. If you approve of them, request references and call contractors' former customers to check up on them. Ask how the contractors did at executing the projects. Were they on time and on budget? Were the customers pleased with the outcome? Was there anything that could have been done differently?
Remember that when you're hiring a remodeler, you are buying a service and not a product. Quality of service will determine the quality of the finished project. Here are some things you'll want to explore and questions you'll want to ask when interviewing a remodelr.
Business Experience and Management:
Gather the remodelers phone number, fax number, cell phone. Ask for the remodeler's insurance certificates to be sure . Also, ask the remodeler how much the proejct will add to the home's value and attain additional insurance from your provider.
How long has the company been in business under this name? Does the remodeler maintain solid relationships with contractors such as plumbers and electricians and work with them as a team?
Disaster Masters Restoration is equipped with the equipment and expertise to remodel your home
- Licensed, Bonded & Insured
- IICRC Certified
- Guaranteed Quick Response Time
- We Bill & Handle your home insurance claim
- Free Estimates & Inspections