Thursday, 4 October 2012

What Makes A Good Contractor?


If you are looking to remodel your home or make alternations to your office or business, you need to find a skilled and qualified contractor. However, the question is ‘what makes a good contractor?’ Read below to know the answer of this question in details.


  1. A good contractor should have a valid license in his or her respective field. (S) He should clear all necessary tests, which are crucial for becoming a certified contractor. The contractor must also have insurance policies that are necessary for clients’ satisfaction. The service provider needs to have a professional work permit as well. 
  2. Experience counts a lot when talking about a good contractor. Years of professional experience enable clients to hire someone more easily as no one would want to hire a new industry professional who try practicing their skills in home improvement remodeling projects.
  3. A good contractor is reliable and keeps his or her promises. (S) He always remains honest and sincere with work and makes it a point to complete the project successfully within the time specified.
  4. Strong interpersonal skills make good contractors. They get more businesses in comparison to others in the market. They do not offer lower prices or run special marketing campaigns. They have close contact with their customers and get business through referrals by them. 
All these attributes are what makes a good contractor. Only a reputed service provider will help you save money and accomplish your project in the way you dream about it.

18 comments:

  1. Thanks for this information. Getting a good contractor is not easy. Keep in mind that you are the boss of the house and the contractor’s style should match your needs. Do not forget to check your contractor’s proof of insurance coverage and of course his license.
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  2. If you're going to hire a contractor it is much better if you ask for referrals from your family or friends so that you will get a reliable and good contractor.

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    I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could e-mail me?

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  4. Hey there! This is a good read. I will be looking forward to visit your page again and for your other posts as well. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about contractor in your area. I am glad to stop by your site and know more about contractor. Keep it up!
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  6. I like this article. One thing I noticed that added to our "professional image" for customers was a Contractor Website!

    We had a website built last year and my leads have increased quite a bit. http://www.tnwelectric.com/ We are really happy with it. We had a contractor website before, but it was not doing anything at all for us. Since our new website, we get quite a few calls from new customers searching online. The company that built it for us is:http://www.contractorweb.net/

    Also, South Jersey Electrical Contractors are pretty competitive...so having a Contractor Website helped us an upper hand over the competition...

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  8. A good contractor focuses on training (both formal and on-the-job) at all levels of the firm. A common educational experience leads to a coordinated plan that yields success for the whole organization.
    The good contractor needs to have a logical, incentive-based compensation plan. There is no one-size-fits-all compensation plan. Each successful firm constantly works to establish a plan that meets both company and individual needs. If the plan is a winner only for the company, while individuals lose, you have a recipe for disaster.

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  9. Word of Mouth is huge in the contracting world as well...if you're friend refers a business, they most likely are a good contractor based on previous experience.

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