Watch Out for These Potential Telltale Signs to Avoid Unreliable Demolition ContractorsBlog | September 14th, 2021
If you are planning on undertaking any construction process, it would require you to put a great amount of trust to your contractor. You are most likely to face several risks in entrusting a certain construction job to people you barely know. Same applies to hiring a demolition contractor. It is not advisable to select the first demolition contractor you come across. Considering certain factors in selecting your demolition contractor is necessary to ensure a demolition job well done. Aside from that, you must know which demolition contractors are not acceptable for any kind of demolition tasks. Below are potential telltale signs of to avoid unreliable demolition contractors
Inability to Verify References
As a person with a general sense of faith in humanity, you are inclined to think that all contractors are honest, good, straight-forward and reliable. However, if you are planning a demolition job then you have to be absolutely sure about everything. Hiring a demolition contractor based on their word and face value is a sign of negligence on your part. Require a list of references and take the time to verify them. If the demolition contractors make up excuses or refuse to provide the list then it is indeed a red flag and a clear sign to find another demolition contractor. If they provide a list of references, make an effort to ask certain questions regarding the condition of their demolition work.
Vague or Non-Existent Contract
Documentation is the key in any agreement and it is highly essential to have a written version of your requests in your demolition contract. Some people who plan on undertaking a demolition project might become hesitant in arranging a contract since contractors are usually the experts. However, in order to assure that your demolition project is according to your needs and preference, make sure that the inclusions in your contract is in detail and is neither vague nor non-existent. A contract is legally binding, and once signed, it is the go-to document
Project and Payment Details
An in-depth description of the project, including the scope of the work, the materials and equipment that will be used, working personnel at the job site, project start date and estimated date of completion and a backup protocol for handling any changes that may arise, whether due to new work orders, unforeseen issues, or cancellations must also be provided by the demolition contractor. Aside from that, a clear-set schedule for payment must also be indicated.
If you want to know more about the potential telltale signs to avoid unreliable demolition contractors, contact us now at SIMCAT Demolitions. We can supply you with the correct answers for your demolition contractor needs.
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