• Kelsi Klatzky

3 Questions to Ask a Potential Bath Remodeler

About 80% of the homes in the United States are 20 years old or older, according to Comfy Living, which means that most homes can benefit from home improvement and remodeling. Bathrooms are high on the list when it comes to which rooms get a facelift or a full remodel and choosing the right bath remodeler makes the project come together perfectly. Here's what you need to know about hiring a bath remodeler company and the top three questions to ask.


Hiring a Bath Remodeler Company

You do not want to make the mistake of hiring the first bath remodeler company that pops up when you are searching for a provider. You also do not want to make the mistake of choosing the remodeling company based on the lowest price. Getting a good deal is nice, but not if you have to sacrifice quality results.


Connect with at least three different companies that specialize in bath remodeling, and request quotes for the work. You should treat the process like a job interview and view yourself as the hiring authority. During the “interview” process there are three questions you should always ask.


1. How Long Have You Been in Business?

It is important that you get a feel about how long the company has been in business and the level of experience they bring to the table. An established business that is experienced can deliver the high-quality results you deserve for your project. Ask about the type of experience the company has and you also can ask to see their portfolio of projects.


2. What Type of Warranty Do You Offer?

It is important that the bath remodeler that you are considering will guarantee their work, and return to your property if something needs to be addressed. Of course, ideally, they will offer the warranty or guarantee in writing. Work guarantees offer peace of mind and provide added value.


3. How Long Will the Project Take?

Project dates should not be fluid. There should be a firm start time and a firm end time. While situations can come up that can delay finish times, the provider should have a good idea of how long your project will take. Transparency is important. If a contractor is stretched thin because of overbooking, your project may not get the attention it deserves.

Hiring the right bath remodeler is essential to getting the best results. Take your time, and base your decision on the best value across the board. If you are considering a bathroom remodel, give us a call! We will be happy to answer any questions you have.

24 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All