Nado Neves, a Property Management Director and Maintenance Manager for over 16 years, founded
Build-All in April 2005.
As a Property Maintenance Manager, Nado has experienced how frustrating it is to hire dependable and affordable Home Improvement Contractors and CT painters who meet budgets and deadlines.
Founded on the concepts of dependability and affordability, Build-All has provided CT handyman services to over 200 Connecticut residences and businesses, establishing a solid reputation based on customer satisfaction and customer retention.
Build-All is fully licensed and insured as a General Contractor Company in the State of Connecticut.
Most Important Reasons for Hiring a Remodeling Professional
Renovating your home should be a stress-free and positive experience. You should have full trust and confidence in your contractor and know that you have hired the right professional for your construction project.
From the beginning to the end- The right professional will help you put it all together - planning, budgeting and completion.
Experienced advice- Hire experience and knowledge to help turn your ideas into the final product. An experienced contractor should listen, make suggestions, and find the best ways to help you achieve your renovation goals
Technical expertise- Find the true professional that understands construction know how to handle challenges and problems considering the improvement and the betterment comfort of your home and space.
Expert teamwork- A true professional contractor, works alongside a network of experts within the industry, including subcontractors and suppliers. Do not hesitate to find out who these people are.
References- A contractor’s business is an open book. You are invited to talk with past customers, look at their previous work and check out their reputation.
Budgeting and Deadlines- Always question cost estimates that are too low or too high. While in most cases low-ball cost estimates results in inferior work, very high estimate costs do not necessarily translate into better workmanship and better materials. Experienced professionals should know the cost upfront and deliver the work within the agreed deadline.
Written agreement- Although trust should definitely be a part of the client/contractor relationship, trust alone is not enough. A detailed written contract that includes what is to be done and how; who will do it; when will it be done and how much will it cost are crucial factors to help you avoid misunderstandings in the relationship with those you hire.
Proof of insurance- Keep in mind that you may be liable for both property damages and personal injuries to those working on your property. Protect yourself from personal injury insurance scams, likely work-related injury and damages to neighboring property. True professionals can afford and will carry both Liability and Worker’s compensation insurance. Be safe instead of sorry. Insist on seeing these documents.
Workmanship warranty- While all materials have manufacturer’s warranties, such coverage only comes with proper installation. In addition, remodeling professionals should also provide workmanship warranties on their labor.