Projects that involve multiple trades

Projects that involve multiple trades

Projects that involve multiple trades (even if actually done by the same workers) normally require a General Contractor.  There are many reasons why.  First, when several trades are involved, the work must be done in the correct sequence.  A specific...
Ask the General Contractor you are considering if they will be allowed to perform the work needed

Ask the General Contractor you are considering if they will be allowed to perform the work needed

In some states, General Contractors are not allowed to work on projects unless more than one non-framing trade is required.  If you are considering a General Contractor for a project that you think only involves one non-framing trade (like roofing), ask the...
A General Contractor might be helpful with only a single trade

A General Contractor might be helpful with only a single trade

One other circumstance when a General Contractor might be helpful with only a single trade is when you already have a good relationship with the General Contractor, and they are able to find the right specialists for you.  It is even possible that the end cost...
One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor

One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor

One of the first do-it-yourself decisions is whether to use a General Contractor Our readers might suspect that our answer (as we are General Contractors) would always be yes.  Be surprised.  We believe that there are many projects that you can easily serve...
The evaluation process in selecting a contractor.

The evaluation process in selecting a contractor.

When you have a small job, part of the evaluation process in selecting a contractor involves determining how skilled the contractors workers are that are going to do the work.  If it is the same workers, then it is unusual to find one worker that can do...

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