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Don’t feel obligated to use a family friend, but if you hire the contractor without a personal contact, still get references from former, or loyal, customers. Ask: Were you satisfied with the work? Would you hire the contractor for future projects? Did you find anything unsatisfactory about the tiling job? Grill the contractor personally with questions like how many years have you been in business? What is your work schedule for my project? Will you be subcontracting any outside help?


Before hiring contractors, you need to guarantee that he has obligation protection, which secures you on the off chance that the contractor harms your home or any wounds happen amid the development procedure. Likewise, watch that he has laborer’s comp protection.


Ensure you have all in writing! Measures, guarantees, everything the contractor will do or charges you for must be in writing before hiring a contractor. This avoids confusion about what exactly you, the customer, wants to be done and eliminates hidden charges or fees. Some things to look for in a standard contract: Warranty details (what’s involved, how long it lasts), acceptable forms of payment, payment schedule, and a timetable for the start and finish of your tiling project.  Want more tips!