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How to Pick a Good Masonry Contractor The toughest yet important part of a house construction project is picking the right masonry contractor. There are many people out there who promise you great results after construction, which sometimes does not happen at all. Finding a good contractor may depend on how much work you put into screening candidates. The following are tips for finding a masonry contractor worth your money: Defining What You Want First off, know what you’re expecting at the end of the project before you call a contractor in. Forget finding someone before you even know what it is you want from this project or how you would like it to be done. Should you bring in a contractor first, he may end up dictating what he wants. Make sure you know what you want and explain it to the contractor as clearly and confidently as possible. If it’s hard for you to come up with an idea instantly, take it slow and understand the project. This will let you ask wise questions and make critical decisions prior to the start of the project.
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Ask your relatives and friends, your colleagues and even your neighbors who may have worked with a masonry contractor in the recent past. Ask them to provide recommendations. When you get a few, follow up. However, don’t use recommendations as your sole screening method. Just because your friend or your relative liked their contractor does not guarantee a positive outcome with your own project. Background Checking Log on to the contractor’s website and independent review platforms and look for testimonials from past clients. Know the contractor’s specialty because obviously, not all masonry repair and construction jobs are the same. Not all contractors are equally capable of working on different types of houses or structures. Certainly, you’d like to pick someone who focuses on your specific type of project. Looking for References A good contractor should have a ready list of references on his website or upon request. Three to five references should be good, and ensure that you call each of them. Ask them about things that are important to you and your project. Find out about their general experience with the specific contractor. Ask permission to come and visit them so you can see the project yourself. Appointment Setting After considering all the facts, including the client references’ feedback, you can begin shortlisting your prospects. Have a list of contractors you feel are the best choices for your masonry work, then set an appointment with each one of them. The meeting will provide an opportunity to know what they offer. You can get a good idea of the contractor’s work ethics and personality. You can as well determine if he is trustworthy. At the end of the day, you just want someone you can feel comfortable with.