Besides the price, you may want to pay careful attention to the terms of the contract. A builder that needs so much cash up front could be in financial trouble. Large builders with a good record have often fallen into the pit of using fresh deposits to pay old bills. A fair contract only needs a small deposit up front with drawings after each major stage of construction.Learn more by visiting KB Custom Pools-Pool Company
Do whatever it takes not to end up making a very expensive hole in your backyard. Warranties are significant as well. Be clear on who’s responsible for what if something goes wrong. Most pool work is performed by sub-contractors who stand behind their work. Make sure the builder is ultimately accountable, though. You would also want to look at the stability of the company in addition to maintaining a good image for any builder and ensure that the proposed conditions of their work are fair and compliant with industry standards. For this form of data, there are several sources: The Better Business Bureau is the first. Although in some cities, the BBB offers more than others, it almost always offers some kind of company report that indicates a builder’s ability to prevent complaints. It may also provide details of the firm’s structure and ownership, as well as the company’s age. Sometimes, the BBB will also provide written guidance on a pool contractor’s choice and the drawbacks of entering into a builder’s agreement. Secondly, in each state capital, the Secretary of State maintains public records on all companies and LLCs. This will include information about the age of the company and the true record owners. Lastly, most county clerks’ offices hold public records of assumed names. An analysis of this will often show a designer who normally changes their DBA every few years, a definite red flag. Through a detailed analysis of these sources, the home owner will be provided with the information required to equate one builder with another.