What is a residential general contractor and home improvement professional in Grant?
A residential general contractor in Grant, CO is a home remodeling professional
who organizes and executes larger remodeling projects. Often these professionals are
confused with home improvement pros. But as they will be quick to tell you, a home
remodeling professional deals with longer projects that incorporate specific design and
architectural ideas to provide a homeowner with a better living experience, either by
adding space or making better use of an established space.
A home improvement contractor in Grant is usually tasked with smaller,
though no less important items, such as installing new windows, flooring, cabinets, siding, landscaping, etc.
A good way to think of a residential general contractor in Grant is that he is in charge of home improvement contractors, or what are referred to in the field as "subcontractors".
When to hire a general contractor in Grant
Many people do not realize that the average kitchen remodel takes 5-6 weeks to complete.
Not to mention that to complete the remodel you are likely to need an electrician, a plumber, a countertop contractor, a cabinet contractor, a flooring pro, a painter, and someone to install the appliances.
That's a lot of people.
The brilliance of a residential general contractor in Grant is that he can not only coordinate all of these other professionals and schedule them so that one person is not in another's way,
but he also knows what a good price is on their labor charge and how to do some of the work himself, whereas the average homeowner will not.
Rules to Follow when looking for a general contractor in Grant
We have often found that many people hire a residential general contractor when they don't really need one,
and on the flipside of that, there are people who don't hire them when they should.
Here are some quick rules of thumb:
- If the job is going to take more than a week, hire a General Contractor.
- If the job requires several different pros to complete, hire a General Contractor.
- If the job requires a few permits, hire a General Contractor.
Make sure when you are hiring that you ask for a residential general contractor because this title also applies to professionals who specialize in
commercial and industrial projects. Using the word "residential" helps you to ensure that you are not wasting time talking to the wrong person.