Take a peek at Jacob and Lindsey Black’s open-concept kitchen. photos by Keith Borgmeyer When Jacob and Lindsey Black were in the process of...
A reputable contractor should be able to provide plenty of positive references, and you would be wise to avoid any contractor who can’t. Here are some examples of questions you can ask a contractor’s references.
1. What type of project or projects has the contractor done for you?
2. Did they do a quality job?
3. Why did you choose this contractor?
4. Did the contractor finish within the timeframe they said they would?
5. What would you say about the crew members who did your work? Were they respectable and clean? Did they seem to know what they were doing?
6. Was the contractor responsive to you and your questions and/or concerns?
7. Did they maintain a neat and orderly jobsite?
8. Did the contractor do what they said they would do?
9. Were there any additional charges, and if so, were they handled in such a way that left you feeling satisfied?
10. On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the highest), how would you rate your overall experience with this contractor?
11. Do you have any reservations about hiring them again?
12. May I come by to see the work firsthand?
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