Hire The Right Stair Contractor
Before you decide to hire a stair contractor, make sure you know who will be doing all the work. Many stair contractors sell the job and meet with the clients before any of the actual construction, remodeling or building begins. You need to know the people who are going to be doing the work for you.
So the best way to eliminate such problems is to work with both your stair contractor and stair builders. Make sure you know who will be doing the bulk of the work.
Here are a few important questions to ask your stair contractor:stair builder
Who will be building the stairs? Is it the stair contractor?
Do you plan on subcontracting the work?
Does the remodeling company have their own workers or employees?
Once you ask those questions, you should then aim to view a history of their last few stair remodeling projects. Determine whether or not you like their work. Make sure they can successfully carryout your stair design.
It seems like this misunderstanding can turn out to be a big problem in construction industry. The client or homeowner often believes that the contract will be working on the entire project, only to find out later that he was selling the job. Many times the construction crew provides you with a completely different impression, one that isn’t going to be pleasant.
The last thing you want is a construction crew that irritates you. For example, if you aren’t okay with smoking, ask the stair builders, whether or not any of the construction workers are smokes. It’s a simple question can be answered without hesitation, but you get the point. Ask as many questions as you want because it’s your money on the line. You want to make sure you hire the right company to get the job done.
You need to find out who you can contact if there is a problem on site. Find out who you should contact and how long it will take to resolve them.
So if you want your new staircase design to turn out well in real life, make sure you create a successful relationship with your stair contractor and stair builders. Your goal should be to solve as many of your potential problems as possible, before the job gets started.
Beach City Stairs has an extensive list of clients based in San Diego, Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Jolla and Ranch Bernardo.