Selecting A Pool Builder
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I would like to be sure I am dealing with a reputable contractor.
Make a detailed priority list.
I don't know what questions to ask.
It's important to feel good about your contractor.
It is always a good idea to arrange a meeting with the team that you will be working with on the project. Discus your plans with them and make sure you feel comfortable with working together through the project.
Ask for details.
Check out the company.
The website should provide forthright information about the contractor and company standards. It also should provide several ways for you to contact the contractor….email. office phone and mobile phone.
Are the photos in their gallery local pools that they actually built? (In many cases the answer is NO!) EVERY PROJECT WE SHOW IN OUR WEBSITE WAS DESIGNED AND COMPLETED BY CHARLOTTE POOLS AND SPAS.
Do they advertise price as a priority and run unrealistic pricing? Also known as the “bait and switch” tactic.
How long have they been in the industry individually, not collectively?
Some companies portray a large national company, however they may be a locally owned franchise with no real corporate support or backing!
How is their long term service and quality record?