First and foremost, you must feel a sense of peace and confidence with your builder. We’re not talking about some mystical feeling but rather a sense of comfort and trust. Is the builder interested in your questions and concerns? Does he respond to your questions in an acceptable time frame? These are typically very good early indicators of what working with this builder will be like.
Check the references of builder
Once you find a builder that cares more about the quality of construction and your satisfaction than the bottom line, it’s time to start checking references. Most builders and salesmen in general only provide you with phone numbers of happy customers they know will give a great review. Check around online, there are a number of websites where people can leave reviews that aren’t canned and haven’t been handpicked by the builder. While most successful builders strive to do the best we can, the truth is that there are always situations in a build that have to be worked through. This is where your decision in the builder you choose becomes very important. If the builder truly cares about your project, they will communicate and work with you to resolve the issue to your satisfaction.
How to Choose a Log Home Supplier :
- Visit a home or two they’ve built and paid attention to the details
- Talk to their clients past and current
- See if they can give you their supplier’s contact information
Many times you can ask the log home supplier questions like:
- Did they handle the delivery properly?
- Was the material kept in good condition during the build?
- Did they waste material?
Most log home suppliers want happy customers and if they have a bad experience with a builder, they provide you with other options or recommended …Read More