8 Questions to ask your general contractor – before you hire them!

If you are like most people who are looking for a general contractor, you might have a hard time deciding who to hire. Here are 8 questions you should always ask to help determine if the company or contractor can meet your project needs:

  • Do you specialize in a type of construction work (commercial or residential)?
  • Do you provide a detailed cost estimate to create a price quote or bid for your projects?
  • Do you have sub contractor relationships for all divisions of the project?
  • Do you have a portfolio of similar work?
  • Can you supply customer references and sub contractor references upon request?
  • Do you include project management supervision during the project?
  • What is your typical warranty policy for your workmanship?
  • Are you certified as a Lead Smart Renovator (dealing with properties older then 1977)?

Do you have questions about hiring a general contractor? Call us for a consultation. 


About Great Falls Construction

For more than 20 years, Great Falls Construction has been a premier construction management and general contracting company respected throughout northern New England for our meticulous craftsmanship and committed customer service. From multimillion-dollar commercial projects to the detailing of period-style homes, historical restorations, and government subsidized housing, Great Falls project managers work directly with you every step of the way. Understanding your needs is our top priority, and we’re dedicated to helping you realize your vision – on time and on budget.
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