Finding Kitchen Contractors
Finding the right contractor for your kitchen and interior remodel may be the most important aspect of the entire remodel process. A good contractor will see your project through from start to finish, will help you find the best kitchen designer and stick with your budget. When you begin the process of looking for a kitchen contractor, it is a great idea to ask family and friends for referrals. You should look for someone you can trust and who will do a great job for you. If you don’t know anyone who has recently worked with someone on a home renovation project, you can always reach out to Modiani Kitchens for a recommendation or search online for reputable contractors in your area.
Kitchen Contractor Certifications
For all relevant kitchen contractors, you have found, check which certifications and licenses they hold, in which states they are accredited and if they belong to any professional association. Examples of reputable organizations would be the NKBA, the National Kitchen & Bath Association, or the NAHB, the National Association of Homebuilders. These two associations certify contractors based on their experience and expertise, so make sure to look up their qualifications and certifications. You can also ask for professional references. Once the references have been checked, you can move forward with everything and also get an agreement in writing. Understand exactly what your expectations of him and the job are. Transparency and clarity are the keys to a successful work relationship.
Choosing The Right Kitchen Contractor
The chances are high that after asking for referrals, speaking to our designers at our Modiani Kitchens showroom and doing your research, you will be able to narrow your kitchen contractor search down to a couple of candidates. At this point, it is time to meet each candidate and get a sense of his or her professional attitude, past work experience and communication skills. We recommend interviewing more than one candidate, but not more than three. If you interview too many, you might lose sight of the individual qualities, so interviewing two to three candidates will allow you to make a decent, profound decision.