Finding the right contractor to hire to work on your home can be a tough choice. We broke it down into 5 things to look for when looking for a reliable source.
They should fit certain expectations
It’s important to find out the history of the company. How long have they been in business doing insulation? Do they have the proper training and certifications in addition to adequate experience? Customer testimonials and reviews are also a helpful way to determine if the company would be a good fit.
They should have extensive knowledge on a range of insulation types
An expert insulation contractor is someone who is knowledgeable about all the different types of insulation and how they are used. You could do some research and effectively quiz the candidate to see if he or she seems to understand the functionality of different materials.
They should be properly licensed
Any insulation contractor should be properly licensed by the state. If not, this could cause problems down the road, such as legal or financial trouble.
They should be insured
It’s crucial that you make sure the company is insured. Accidents happen; therefore, the company should have general liability insurance. That way, they can cover any damages that may accidentally happen to your home in the process.
Follows industry standards
During the process of uninstalling old insulation and reinstalling new insulation, there are a couple things that your contractor should be prepared to handle. This things include dealing with insulation materials, properly disposing of old insulation materials, and knowing how to handle the risk factors such as asbestos and mold.
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