Why do you need a General Contractor?
- To gather all trades required to give you a price for your project.
- To oversee all the trades to make sure you are getting a quality product.
- To let you discuss, with a key person, your project wish list.
- To let you focus on your other priorities and not to worry about the project.
- To have someone else deal with all the trades, making sure they are getting the job done right and on time.
- To help resolve structural problems that may come up during the construction process.
- To make this project as exciting and enjoyable as possible.
What makes Brian T. Fletcher Construction differ from other General Contractors?
- We care about you and your family and treat your home as if it were our own.
- We maintain a safe and tidy job site.
- We watch out for any dangerous situations that you and your family might be subjected to.
- We do not tolerate any foul language.
- We are courteous to your neighbours.
- After the job is completed we return to fill any shrinkage cracks and touch-up paint these areas at no charge.
- We do not tolerate any use of alcohol on the job.
- Even after warranty, we are pleased to follow-up on issues of concern. Customer satisfaction and referrals are essential to our business. We strive to maintain a good standing with our clients.
Before hiring a contractor, ask these questions:
- How long have you been in the renovation business?
- Have you managed a project like ours before?
- Are you a member of the Greater Toronto Home Builders’ Association?
- Can we visit one of your worksites?
- Do you have WSIB – (Worker’s Safety Insurance) and Liability Insurance?
- What warranty do you offer on your work?
- What will our renovation cost and how are the payments scheduled?
- What type of products and materials will be used in our renovation and do they meet Canadian standards?
- When can the work start and when will it be completed?
- Who would be our contact person during the renovation and how often would we be briefed on progress?
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