Frequently Asked General Contractor Questions
What Is a General Contractor?
How Do I Find Out How Much My Project Will Cost?
What Does a General Contractor Do?
The general contractor is a liaison between the client and the individual workers. The general contractor oversees the entire project. They ensure that the construction is being conducted on schedule using the right tools and equipment, that workers are aware of the design plan, and that the client’s needs are understood.
How Does a General Contractor Prepare an Estimate?
Once each cost is calculated accurately, the general contractor will provide the client with an estimate.
Are You Insured?
Yes. All working general contractors should be. A worksite can be dangerous, so being cautious protects workers—and the client.
Are You Licensed?
Yes. A licensed general contractor has proof that they are insured and can attain all necessary permits for a client’s project. A licensed general contractor also has the proper training to conduct services safely using the best tools and techniques.
Does My Remodeling Job Need a Permit?
Requiring a legal permit depends on the customer’s exact location and the nature of the project itself. A reliable general contracting team will always provide permits as part of their services before the remodeling project gets underway.