- We come from the industry (Years of experience in the Hardscape trade. We strive to connected customers like you with local Paver/hardscape contractors across the US.
- We believe finding a contractor should be less stressful We’ve helped hundreds of customers compare contractors and get quotes for commercial and residential projects.
- We know the Paver/Hardscape, retaining wall & artificial turf business. With our primary focus on theses types of services, the companies you’ll find here can customize your next project in countless ways.
- We keep things simple You don’t have to answer a series of questions before you can see the contractors near you.
- We aren’t a middleman You’re in complete control of when, how and which contractors you contact. Your phone is not going to start ringing off the hook after using our site.
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Tips for Hiring a Good Contractor
Use this guide to make sure you’re prepared when it comes to hiring a contractor for your next project. These 8 simple steps are your key to knowing what information you should look for, what questions you should ask, and to understanding some vital do’s and don’ts during the process. Your preparedness can make a difference in how smoothly your project gets installed. We provide you the information you need to understand how your contractor will be installing your next project.
1. Check your contractors’ license, bond, and insurance information. (Every State in the US has a contractor board where this information can be easily searched.
2. Ask for References and pictures of their work.
3. Always get a written and signed contract detailing the scope of work, project timeline, and total costs!
4. Make sure you are on the same page with your contractor.
5. Make sure the contractor lists ALL of the materials that will be used in your project and ask for samples. Have this material information noted in your contract.
6. Your contractor should have a good understanding and be able to explain the full process and scope of work, before he starts your project.
7. All changes from the original contract should be in writing and signed by both parties detailing costs.
8. Finally, have a good feeling about the contractor you’re going to be hiring. You should feel comfortable about the contract you’re signing with that contractor. Remember, there are many good contractors out there.