Siding is a key element of your home, so it’s crucial to find a capable contractor for its installation. Having a checklist of what to look for in a siding contractor can help alleviate the stress of knowing whether or not you’ve picked the right company for the job.
Keep reading as Kroll Construction lists important factors to consider during your search for a siding contractor.
Proof of Insurance
Your siding contractor should carry general liability insurance and workers’ compensation insurance. If your contractor doesn’t have proper insurance, accidents and damage to your property resulting from their mistakes will be your responsibility.
Proof of Licensing
In general, licensing means a contractor has proven competency in the field. Every state has its own licensing regulations for siding contractors. Make sure the company can provide proof of its licensing. If you hire an unlicensed contractor, you could fail to obtain the proper permits for your project.
Reviews and Work History
What projects has the contractor completed, and what kinds of reviews have past clients given? Ideally, your contractor should be experienced with the type of siding you need to install. The company should also have a good reputation among its past customers. Read reviews so you have an idea of how the business manages projects and addresses issues.
Estimated Project Cost
A contractor’s quote must specify the labor fees and material costs. It should have a detailed breakdown of the expenses. It’s possible for unexpected issues to inflate your project costs. That’s why you should leave a buffer in your budget for such expenses.
At Kroll Construction, we have everything you’re looking for in a siding contractor. We are a team of qualified professionals with a proven track record of superior workmanship. To discuss your needs with our experts, call us at (888) 338-6340 or fill out our contact form.