Hiring a Myrtle Beach contractor for your home improvement project can be a very scary and risky task. If you’re new to the game – and most are – then maybe you’re wondering where to even begin. How do I find a qualified local contractor?
Vetting any business professional is a detailed job and you must not leave out any of those details, or it could be costly. You can always find a contractor that looks good on paper, has great online reviews, which, by the way, can be bought, but those good looking paper contractors could end up breaking your heart and wallet.
Speaking of paper, let’s talk about the most important pieces of paper you’ll need to see before hiring your contractor.
There are two main documents you need to ask for when speaking with potential contractors.
Another great resource at your disposal is your county clerk. The free of charge call double checks the contractors name to make sure they’re a properly qualified local contractor.
By properly vetting your contractor, you’ll save yourself much time, money, and possible headaches. It’s your investment – protect it.
There are a lot of unqualified and improperly licensed contractors out there just waiting to catch a sucker. Don’t be that sucker. It’s easily avoidable by doing your homework! You can also help yourself by checking out our “Contractor Standards Guide, below!
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