ors are responsible for providing work, equipment, as well as materials. If you’re considering hiring contractors, there are some things that you should not say to the contractor. The attached video advises what topics you should never discuss with contractors.
1. You Are the Only One
Never let a contractor know there’s only one contractor you’ve chosen to work with. Request more estimates and for them to be able to differentiate charges for materials and labor.
Don’t divulge your budget to them. They’ll inflate the cost accordingly.
3. A discount for up-front payment
If you are offered a discounted price, don’t pay the contractor full price in advance.
4. Make Deadlines
Never say you are not on the move. You’ll need a lot of duration to complete your task.
Don’t tell contractors to pick the right materials. Your choice of materials is yours.
6. Cheap Labor
If the contractor offers non-qualified employees to work for them Don’t let them. If you suffer an accident, you’ll be held accountable for the entire cost.
7. Avoid a Gentleman’s Agreement
Do not sign a contract with your fingers. Always have the contract in writing in order to prevent any disputes.
These 7 tips can help you have more success dealing with contractors.