Properly Closing Your Remodeling Project
Your home remodeling is now finished. Now there is one thing left—closing it with your feedback. There are four important things your contractor needs to know about the work.
Do you think the project went well?
The success or failure of the completed work is up to you. There are many ways to define the work’s success. It could be finishing the project on time and within the allotted budget, or it could be the stunning end product, or it could be a combination of all three.
Is there anything the contractor could do better?
During the entire process, this will assist the contractor in resolving any issues you may have. Additionally, it may assist them in future development within their team.
Who on the team had the greatest impact on your experience?
On the team, you may have worked well with one or two people who listened to your ideas and addressed your concerns. Make sure your contractor knows about it so that the person or people who did it get a pat on the back or perhaps a raise. Hearing thanks will undoubtedly boost the individual and the team as a whole.
Do you have plans for additional work in the future?
You might want to work with this team on the next renovation project if you are happy with how they performed on this one. If you have any other work that needs to be done in the future, you won’t have to look for a contractor again, which will save you time. You’ve also seen how they work and built relationships with them already.
A proper evaluation from you as their customer is required because completing a home remodeling project is not easy. If you’re looking for a full-service contractor for your home, look no further. Vasa Construction LLC is working on high-quality renovations in Seattle, WA. Today, contact us at (206) 201-0325.