Unlike some unprofessional contractors, Bennett Builders & Remodelers does NOT...
Intentionally leave things off our estimate or offer unrealistic allowances
with plans to charge more once the job is under way
Miscalculate the amount of time needed to complete the job correctly
Use a grade of materials inappropriate for your project
Use inexpensive and unskilled labor to keep our costs low
Fail to carry proper insurance for general liability or workers compensation claims
Pay workers cash "under the table" to avoid payroll and income taxes and insurance
Fail to follow EPA required laws and regulations for lead paint disclosures and relief
Fail to provide proper dust control, floor protection & debris removal to protect your home
Never use price as the main determining factor when selecting a contractor. If prices are significantly different, ask yourself "What’s missing?" and "Will that contractor provide the high level of service and craftsmanship we expect?" It's unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot - it can't be done!
When you get a bad or uneasy feeling about a contractor, trust your gut. Don't take chances on your most
important and expensive investment - your own home!