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Yes, anytime you submit a project on our contractors are paying to talk with you about your project and possibly earn your business. It's very important when submitting a project you are serious about getting estimates and willing to talk with local professionals. You are not obligated in anyway to hire a contractor but we do expect you to be available to talk about your project.
Before any work begins, make sure to sign a written estimate or a contract. With any remodeling or construction project, problems come up. Always try to work with your contractor to resolve any issues. Project surprises can create unexpected costs and delays but communication with your contractor is important. For example, if a contractor says the project will take 10 days, don't assume it will be two weeks in a row. It may be 10 days over the course of a month. In extreme cases, you can report unsolvable issues to your State Contracting Licensing Board.
Yes, many project owners would like more than one type of contractor. If you would like to post the same project more than once you have to click the repost button in your account. If you need different types of contractors you can submit a project for each type needed. Don't forget to close projects once you have hired a contractor.
Very important! The more information you provide, the greater the chances are we can find the right contractor for you. It's also important to provide accurate information so contractors can bid the project accordingly. The "Project Details" section of the form is there to make sure we know exactly what you would like done, the scale of the project, the location, and any other details missing from the project form.
No, you are not obligated to hire any contractors we match you with but we do expect you to be available to talk about your project. Every time we match a contractor with a project owner the contractor is paying for the opportunity to talk with you. does not charge you to submit projects. There is no cost for registering or using our services.
No, we don't charge you anything to use our service as a project owner. There are job costs associated with any project that you decide to hire a contractor for. If possible, try to get several bids from several contractors. Contractors have the expertise, the expensive tools, and the time to complete the project.
You will be contacted by up to four (4) contractors once your project is submitted. Once the project has received the maximum number of responses from our network of contractors, it will be closed and you will be notified by email. If you are happy with the number and quality of contractors who contact you, you can close the project. However, you may also re-post the same project if you did not receive enough bids or if you did not like the bids received. Your project will remain active for 10 days so you can expect four (4) contractors to contact you over the 10 day period.
As soon as you submit your project, we will match you with the appropriate contractors in your area. Contractors should call you immediately, sometimes in a few hours, or within a few days to start the process. You will also be able to view the contractor's phone number and email, so don't hesitate to call them directly.
It is always important for a project owner to do the necessary due diligence when hiring any contractor or service professional. Always ask if the contractor is licensed and insured and check up on the information provided by the contractor. Always ask for references from recent satisfied customers. You can also view a contractors reviews and ratings on their profile.
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