"The best predictor of future behaviour is relevant past behaviour”. Thank you Dr. Phil!
When it comes to working with a contractor we believe that this is also the case. This is why we always encourage clients to look at reviews as well as past work from any contractor that they are considering hiring. Poor workmanship and bad communication are hard habits to break. If a contractor cannot show you past examples of what you would like to do in your home then be careful. If the same contractor has no references and bad reviews then be doubly careful.
Keep in mind that different companies have different styles and create different customer experiences throughout the process. The best way to experience a contractor prior to signing with them is to tour a project. Visit their jobsite or a recently completed project to get a feeling for the quality of workmanship you can expect. True craftsmanship is evident in the small details and how everything integrates. Pay attention to the details.
We would love to invite you to tour our most recent kitchen renovation in Royal Oak. Don’t worry, we’ve made it easy. Click “play” on the virtual tour below and move around the room. This was a complete main-floor renovation that involved moving a wall to add more space to the kitchen. We are thrilled with the results
To see the entire story of this renovation click here.