How to Hire a Roofing, Siding or Windows Contractor
If built correctly, your deck or porch can provide a perfect place to entertain guests or just relax and get away from it all.
If we were hiring a deck and porch contractor, the first thing we would do is check them out with the Milwaukee Better Business Bureau. Start by comparing positive, negative, and neutral reports. If there are any negative reports, how were they resolved? How quickly were they resolved? Ideally, there shouldn’t be any negative reports. Good contractors do their best to resolve issues long before customers feel compelled to complain to the Better Business Bureau.
Next, we would ask to speak to customers your deck contractor has worked with. You’ll want to know if the contractor used quality materials, took pride in their work, kept the job site clean, and got the job done on time and on budget.
Look for customer comments like these:
I want to thank you again for a great job. The house looks super! Craig and his crew did a really outstanding and professional job. ~ Darwin C., Milwaukee
Job was done in a timely fashion with quality products. Job site was left neat + cleaned every day. (Dog liked that.) We have no problem recommending them to do a job for someone or back for us ~ George S., Milwaukee
We’ve been installing quality decks and porches with treated wood, composites, and cedar since 1995. As with all of our services, we provide free estimates, and we’re happy to answer any questions you might have. View our portfolio or contact us here.