A home renovation contractor is an important person â€“ he can either turn your dream home into reality or ruin everything beyond your imagination. It is very important that you select the right contractor for the job. But even before you select a service that provides home renovation make sure that you follow these two very important rules:
DECIDE AND FINALIZE YOUR PROJECT BEFOREHAND
Renovators would surely give you suggestion but make sure that you stick to your initial plan and donâ€™t make frequent changes in the middle of the project. This will not only create confusion but can also result in increased budget.
LET THE HOME RENOVATOR BUY MATERIAL:
Though you may think that you can save a few bucks but you must also understand that the professionals would be the best judge of the quality and they might also get a better bargain than you. So why take the extra pain?
Once you have made up your mind, the hunt begins:
TAKE QUOTATIONS AND BROCHURES FROM AT LEAST 3 HOME RENOVATION SERVICE PROVIDERS:
You can of course interview more people but it would make you more confused. So select few ( may be the ones that that your friends and family recommended) and ask for estimates. Check the estimates very minutely. See if all the estimates are based on same set of specifications and materials.
DO NOT SIGN THE CONTRACT:
until you completely understand each and everything written on it. Make sure that all verbal promises are put into writing.
CHECK THE CREDENTIALS:
If you stay in Ireland then check with National Guild of Master Craftsmen and Construction Industry Federation to see if the firms you are considering is associated with these organizations. Most renovators will introduce you to their recent and old clients. Meet them and ask whether the work was completed on time and if there was any dissatisfaction after the work was completed.
If you are searching for home renovation contractors in Ireland, or home renovation contractors in Dublin (in particular) you can contact us. We specialize in extensions, renovations and top-class conservatories.