Helpful Tips in Hiring Hardwood Restoration Flooring Company  

»Posted by on Jan 18, 2019 in Flooring | 0 comments

Are you planning to replace your flooring? So, you are looking for a contractor now who can do the job. There are many companies to choose from and it will be hard to screen the best hardwood restoration floor contractor to hire. To make your life easier, you can read the tips below as your guide in finding the flooring service to do the job. 

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Tip 1: Get an Estimate from the Company.  

You can find that different companies will give you various estimation details on the job they will do for you. You may not determine in this information on which company will be the best contractor. So, you have to make way to verify by asking them what are the factors or bases they have upon formulating the estimation such as the timeline of the work, materials they will use, cost of the labor and many more. After you have verified on the contractor the guidelines they have, you can now see who you will eliminate. This will help you narrow-down the contractors that are expensive, unreliable and can’t give you the flooring you want for your house.  

Tip 2: Check Reviews and Ratings 

Do not just stick to one contractor. Make a list of potentials before you choose one. On your list, check out the reviews their previous clients have from them. How was their experience? Are they satisfied with the work? Can you recommend them to others? You can message at least three clients and ask them these questions. Find a mix age group to inquire about to get a better insight about the company. Each age group will tell you different opinions based on their experience. You can also ask if they can show you photographs of their current hardwood floors.  

Tip 3: Look for License and Liability Insurance

You want to make sure that the hardwood flooring contractor has the permit to work on their industry. Based on that, they will have employees that are trained and skilled to do flooring job. You can inquire about their license permit and check them at your local municipality. You will know if the license permit, they have showed is valid. Ask also if they have liability insurance. This insurance will protect any clients they have when accidents or damage occur during the job. The insurance company will be responsible to compensate the fixing or the hospital bills of the injured party. 

Tip 4: Put Everything in a Written Contract

The contract will bind you and the contractor. It is a legal document where both sides will fulfill their responsibility. In this way, the two can meet the required responsibility from each other. The contract must contain all the details such as the drawing of the floor, materials to be used, cost of each labor and materials, estimated time to complete the project and many more. You can to review the contract and must not leave any details not written. You don’t want problems after the project is finished, right? And just find out its not in the contract. 

Tip 5: MakeDown Payment

Don’t pay the contractor full. You have to make a down payment first and the rest will be as soon as the job will progress. Usually, people will make a 30% down payment after the contract is established. Another 30% when the materials arrived in the house and the rest 40% after the job is finished.  

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