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  • Posted on April 13, 2018 at 6:00 am

How to Hire a Good Residential Construction Company

Thinking of building a home? Hiring a good residential construction company is the most crucial decision you’ll make. There are lots of them out there, but not all of them are right for you.

While searching for the perfect candidate, consider the following:

Personal Connection

You may think this is trivial, but take note that you’ll probably be spending a minimum of six months with this residential construction company. That’s too long to spend with people you don’t even like, especially if they’re building your house! You may not cooperate with the residential construction company as much as you need to, there will be no helpful exchange of ideas, and bad vibes will just be everywhere. Obviously, that can have a negative impact on the results of the project. We all know how big an investment home building is. If getting those bad vibes right from the start, take your project somewhere else.

Previous Projects

What do you think of the residential construction company’s previous work? This is one of the best indications that you will like the work they will do for you too. Yes, be meticulous if you have to. Review their portfolio from all angles, and ask all the questions you may have in mind. Good work will weather scrutiny, and a good residential construction company knows you’re just being a responsible consumer.


Before and during construction, you will probably have so many questions and concerns. Pick a residential construction company that you can speak to directly. Though these people are often busy, they have to be able to find time to address their clients’ needs. If they’re not answering or returning your calls, that’s a red flag.

Relationships with Subcontractors

The actual handiwork of a home construction project rests on the hands of the subcontractors. Know who the subcontractors are, the amount of experience they have in the industry in general and in their particular areas of expertise. A good company will only keep dependable and experienced people to do work for them.

Overall Reputation

Finally, review the overall reputation of the residential construction company you’re eyeing. Many websites and consumer advocacy groups out there can help you assess your prospects before committing to any of them. The Homeowners for Better Building (HOBB) and Homeowners Against Deficit Dwellings (HADD) are two such groups that can be very helpful as you try to make the best choice. Again, you will find many of these organizations, and they can all be found online.

Like everyone else, you’ll want the best home construction company to build your home, but how do you know who’s best without any point of reference? In other words, never restrict yourself to just one prospect. You should consider at least three or four so you can compare them before finally deciding who’s indeed best for you.

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