How to Choose a BuilderIt is important to perform full due diligence when choosing a builder. After all, you are potentially inviting them into your family home and putting your project in their hands. Here is our list of top questions you should ask a potential builder along with our responses.
Yes, we have full public liability insurance and employee insurance and all additional insurances covering stock, equipment, injury and legal expenses. We are insured upto £10,000,000.00 and certificate will be provided upon request
In general, no we do not take a deposit as we believe in putting our money where our mouth is in order to establish trusting relationship upfront. There are occasions when a deposit will be required and these will be discussed with client on a case by case basis.
In general, payment amounts are calculated on a pre agreed periodic basis, based on works already competed and materials purchased. An example of this payment schedule along with estimate instalments and dates will be provided upfront along with quotation. Alternative payment methods and terms may be discussed and agreed upfront based on alternative client requirements.
Yes. We know the most cost effective and highest quality materials to use and have negotiated discounts with our regular suppliers. Builders should always supply their own materials in order for these to be covered under works guarantees.
Yes. When selecting a builder you should confirm upfront that all labour and materials costs are paid directly to the contractor. If not, this could indicate underhand dealings.
Yes. An example contract agreement will be provided with your initial quotation for review and can be amended based on client specific requirements ahead of signature.