Contractors – Home Improvements
Remodeling: kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, and whole-house remodeling.
Roofing: roof repair, roof replacement, and roof maintenance.
Plumbing: plumbing repair, plumbing installation, and plumbing maintenance.
HVAC: heating and cooling repair, heating and cooling installation, and heating and cooling maintenance.
Electrical: electrical repair, electrical installation, and electrical maintenance.
Painting: interior painting, exterior painting, and faux finishes.
Flooring: hardwood flooring, tile flooring, and carpet installation.
Landscaping: lawn care, tree care, and irrigation systems.
Handyman: carpentry, drywall repair, and general home repair.
Windows and doors: window repair, window replacement, and door installation.
Insulation: attic insulation, wall insulation, and crawl space insulation.
Siding: vinyl siding, wood siding, and fiber cement siding.
Gutters: gutter installation, gutter repair, and gutter maintenance.
Solar panels: solar panel installation, solar panel repair, and solar panel maintenance.
Concrete: concrete installation, concrete repair, and concrete finishing.
Asbestos removal: asbestos testing, asbestos abatement, and asbestos removal.
Lead paint removal: lead paint testing, lead paint abatement, and lead paint removal.
Waterproofing: foundation waterproofing, basement waterproofing, and crawl space waterproofing.
Energy efficiency: energy audits, energy-efficient appliances, and energy-efficient lighting.
Structural repair: foundation repair, beam repair, and structural support installation.
When hiring a home improvement company, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First and foremost, be sure to do your research and choose a reputable company with a proven track record of high-quality work. You can ask for references from past customers, and check online reviews to get a sense of the company’s reputation. It’s also a good idea to get multiple estimates from different companies to ensure that you’re getting a fair price.
An important factor to consider is the company’s insurance and licensing. Be sure to verify that the company is properly insured and licensed to carry out the work you need. This will protect you in case of any accidents or injuries that may occur during the work.
Finally, be sure to have a clear and detailed contract in place that outlines the scope of the work to be done, the materials to be used, the estimated timeline for completion, and the total cost. This will help ensure that both you and the home improvement company are on the same page and can avoid any misunderstandings or disputes down the road.