- Be sure your contractor has insurance and all the proper types; general liability, umbrella liability, and workers compensation.
- Check with the Better Business Bureau for company’s ratings and complaints against company at www.bbb.org or 303-758-2100.
- Make sure to get several bids on a project, and to compare them not just on price but on quality and the systems being offered.
- See if your contractor pays for material up front or uses credit to buy materials. Using credit can cost more and/or allow the distributor to file a lien against the property the materials are being used at.
- Check on the turnover rate at a company. Their previous work may have been good, but are you getting the same craftsmanship?
- Does your contractor have a staffed office, able to meet your needs and take care of any issues that may arise?
- Check to see how long your contractor has been in business, and how established in the area they are.
- It is safer to go with locally owned and operated companies. The most popular scams are from out of state contractors.
- Most manufactures warranties rely on using all material from that one manufacture.
With over 30 years of experience, Metro Reconstruction Services, Inc. are experts in the general contracting and reconstruction. We provide quality service with our professionalism and dedication to each of our customers. Our goal is to be your strategic partner and advocate, not just your contractor.
Our primary focus is to ensure our customer’s needs are being addressed in the best possible way and with the highest quality. We, first, understand your needs and expectations of the project, then work to provide innovative solutions. We add value by mitigating risk, increasing efficiency, and minimizing waste.