Why should you hire JusPainting, LLC (303)988-1964
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The average exterior should not be prepped and painted in the same day. This is not considered a quality job.
Hiring the right contractor.
For most homeowners, the hardest part of any home renovation
project isn’t the work itself, it’s finding a competent and
reliable contractor to do the job. Painting, installing kitchen cabinets,
knocking down a wall or retiling the bathroom is simple compared with the
struggle of hiring a quality contractor who will perform at a high level from start to finish.
Everyone has heard stories about horrendous contractors who started a project and never
returned or projects that cost three times the contractor’s original estimate.
Expect a contractor to be too busy to start right away.
Some of the best contractors are the busy ones,
Ask what work will be done by the contractor’s employees and what work will be done by
subcontractors. Make sure the contractor won’t be using casual labor hired off the street.
Sign a detailed contract. Make sure your contract spells out exactly what will be
done, including deadlines, payments options, the exact materials that will
be used down to the model number and who will provide which materials. “If
you don’t have it documented, it’s your word against theirs,” Hicks says. If the builder’s
contract is not detailed enough, write up your own or provide addendums. Any change in the project, whether you
change your mind about products or askf or additional projects, should generate a written change order that
includes the new work, materials and cost.
Choose the right contractor for the right project.
Someone who did a good job roofing your neighbor’s house, isn’t necessarily the right person
to paint your home. You want to find a company that routinely
does the kind of project you want done and not "jack of all trades, masterof none".
You also don’t want them to use you as a guinea pig.
Check complaints and litigation history.
Check the disciplinary boards, Better Business Bureau and local court
records for problems. Ask the contractor for a copy of his license and
copies of the licenses of the major subcontractors who will work on the job.
Check references. Talk to both clients and
subcontractors, who can tell you if the contractor pays them on time. “See if
you can talk to current customers,” because those clients have the most
recent experience working with the contractor.
Read online reviews,
but don’t consider that enough information!
Yelp and Google also have some
reviews. You want to read the reviews carefully (specially older
reviews, because newer false reviews may mask the truth )to make sure
the contractor is the right person for your job and will work well with you.
Keep in mind that reading reviews is not a substitute for checking references.
Don’t pay more than 10 percent of the job total before the job
starts. You don’t want a contractor to use your money
to finish someone else’s job or run off with your deposit. (U.S. News)
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Second Straight Year as a Winner of the 2016 Pulse of the City
Customer Satisfaction Award!
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