Deciding to undergo a home renovation is an exciting proposition, but it comes with a lot of stress. Between a large financial outlay and the hassle of having your home turned into a work zone, often the only thing keeping homeowners happy is the thought that a beautifully completed renovation is around the corner. When you enlist the services of a “too good to be true” contractor who promises a lot but delivers very little, it can be crushing. Here are some vital reasons to avoid working with a “too good to be true” contractor:
When you hire a contractor whose rates and timeline seem too good to be true, there’s probably a reason. If they offer an unrealistic timeline, it doesn’t mean you’ll get an amazing bathroom in a short period of time. Instead, it means you’ll get a rushed job without attention to detail. This might mean sloppy finishes, but it might also mean extremely important behind-the-scenes aspects (like thorough waterproofing behind shower tiles) are ignored. This could lead to costly complications down the road. When you work with a professional bathroom renovator, we set realistic timelines that ensure your project is done right the first time.
If you find a contractor who is offering cut-rates, it may be because they don’t have the experience and skills to justify professional pricing. The old adage that “you get what you pay for” certainly applies to bathroom renovations. If you choose a contractor whose prices can’t be beaten, it might be for a good reason.
If a “too good to be true” contractor makes an appealing estimate over the phone without even seeing your bathroom in person, expect to see ballooning costs. How can they possibly know how much your renovation will cost without seeing it in person? Instead, choose a professional bathroom renovator that offers free in-home consultations. This way, you’ll be given a more reliable cost estimate and won’t get a big surprise when your bathroom is half-finished, and the money’s gone.
Can you really trust a jack-of-all-trades to perform specialized work like electrical or plumbing? The consequences with these aspects run far beyond paint drips and crooked mirrors. A shoddy contractor might mess with your electrical or make a plumbing flaw that leads to leaks, water damage, and mould. Instead, trust a professional bathroom renovator who has a team of specialized workers to do the job safely.
Instead of hiring a “too good to be true” contractor, trust the services of a professional bathroom renovator like RenosGroup. We have a proven track record of making homeowners happy with successfully completed and stunningly executed projects.