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Ask a Home Builder the Right Questions

When you are having a home built, you want to make sure the home is going to match the image you have in your head. You want to ensure that you get the home that is perfect for you and asking the home builder the right questions is very important. Home builders, by and large, are companies and people who enjoy what they do and they want to turn your dream into a reality. However, there are also home builders out there who are not so concerned with your dream home and just want to get the job done as quickly and as easily as possible so they can make money.  สร้างบ้าน

To make sure you get the good home builder and not the bad one, you should ask the following questions of your home builder:

1. Are you and your workers insured? This is important to ask because first it shows you that the contractor is legitimate, but it also protects you if someone is hurt while working on your home. You do not want to be on the hook for tens of thousands of dollars if someone is hurt while working on your property.

2. Can I see a list of your references please? With a list of references you will be able to check the past buildings the contractor has made, and you will be able to talk with their former clients to get an idea of what the contractor is like on the job. If the contractor does not have any references, then you probably want to choose a different home builder.

3. Will you talk with me before making changes to the plans? Another import question is this one because you do not want the contractor making changes to your plans without talking with you first. This can cause the cost of your home to go up more and more, which will cause you to spend more than you wanted.

4. How often are you on the job site? Many home builders are only on the job site half the time or less. That is a problem because contractors tend to work better when their boss is there making sure they do. If the home builder is never on site, then the work may take longer than you had initially planned

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