When you’re planning to have a structure built or remodeled the last thing you need is a construction company with an unproven track record. It would be the equivalent of putting an untrained pilot in the seat of a 2 billion dollar B-2 Bomber…. That dog won’t hunt. You’ve spent valuable time and money working with an architect drawing up new blue prints for your project and you can’t afford blow that on someone who can cost you more time and money in the long run.
When researching Orlando construction companies for your project you should take the following considerations into account:
- Customer reviews– (Are people saying good things about the companies you’re considering or are they saying shop somewhere else? Visit their website…. See what they have to offer.)
- Past project experience (Have the companies you’re considering done projects similar to the one you’re getting ready to do? Can they handle your time and budget goals?)
- Credentials-(Are they licensed and insured? This is a must know. No if ands or buts. We don’t do business with people who don’t have the appropriate documentation to do the work… the law says if you do construction you have to have the necessary documentation.)
- Affiliations linked to the construction company-(Do they have a good network of businesses that can complement your project or hurt it? Do the research and make sure their sub-contractors are experts at what they do as well. It’s a lot of homework but it’s worth the research.)
Building and renovating is a team project and you can’t afford to have a company who doesn’t have a good network of talent. Finding the right custom home builder/remodeler will make or break your project. A potential candidate should be more than happy to meet with you to discuss your goals for the project.
When you’re in the final stages of choosing your construction company put all bidders in a scenario to display their leadership, flexibility, and work ethics. An example might be something simple or major. You need to know what kind of people you have working on your project. Will they cut corners? If so your project will suffer in the long run. Will they reflect the integrity of a confident and competent construction company? If they do they are a standard in the industry worthy of praise…. good job!
It will make all the difference when the company you’re working with knows and acts within all of the building codes set forth by county, state, and federal regulators. It would be very disastrous for code enforcement to show up at your project site, see something that doesn’t comply with code, and shut down your project. Wisdom is supreme therefore get wisdom.
There’s nothing like having an experienced and proven construction company working on your project. It will put your mind at ease because you know your investment is in good hands. You’ll be able to look at your completed project with pride and vigor for years to come. In closing we wish you well and all the best in your construction endeavors. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us.