Scope of Work:|
- What work will it entail in terms of tearing out walls, plumbing, etc.?
All work is discussed with the homeowner prior to any work being started. All
work is specified in the proposal. Any questions you may have concerning your project should be communicated with the contractor
- Do you see any particular construction issues we need to deal with right now?
All issues pertaining to your project will be communicated to the homeowner prior to any work being started
- Who will perform the work on our project? What is their track record?
All sub-contractors are certified and licensed by the State of New Jersey. They take pride in their work and are insured. The homeowner will be given a list of sub-contractors used on their project.
- If you run into any unexpected situations, call us before proceeding.
Like any home improvement project, sometimes things are beyond our control. I.e. weather, etc. If anything should arise during the project, the homeowner will be notified as soon as possible.
- We would like to have only one person with authority for house keys.
Rest assured if a key to your home is required, we will take all steps necessary to ensure the safety of your home. Your home will be treated as if it were our own.
- Who will order materials and pay for the materials?
The contractor orders all necessary materials for your project. The contractor is also responsible for payments of those materials unless specified in the proposal. I.e. The homeowner may want to purchase their own cabinets and have the contractor install them.
- We would like to pay for your service as portions of the work are completed.
Included with the proposal is a payment schedule allowing you to pay for work performed during the process.
- How will we both handle change orders?
Any work not listed on the proposal will have an addendum listing the changes not on the original proposal. You will be asked to sign the addendum. This will alleviate any problems that may arise at the end of the project.
- Will you arrange for permits and licenses?
All permits and fees are secured by the contractor and to be reimbursed by the homeowner.
- We want to talk at least once each week about budget items.
Communication is the key. The contractor is in constant contact with the homeowner during the process. Any questions you may have, please feel free to contact him directly at any time.
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